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Traumatic Brain injury is caused by:
Brain injury is defined as.
Who is Most at risk for Traumatic Brain Injury:
What is the largest part of the Brain;
Brain stem connects the brain to the spine and is responsible for regulating many life support mechanisms, including:
Adults with Traumatic brain injury may have problems with body movement, also known:
Changes in hearing, taste, and smell are common following a TBI
A person with a TBI dealing with motor impairment and balance issues may benefit from working with a:
What is a disorganized electrical activity in the brain that is sometimes called convulsions, which causes a person’s body to shake in a rapid, out-of-control way?
In case of a seizure what should you do:
Many people with a TBI have trouble swallowing and are at an increased risk of choking as a caregiver what can you do to help reduce the chances of your client choking?
Adults with TBIs often have headaches and other kinds of pain long after the injury. Be alert for nonverbal signs of pain. This is especially important if the person with a TBI is not able to say he or she is in pain. Signs to look for include:
If the person is endangering his or her safety or that of others, call 911 or the crisis line in your area immediately.
Use the A-B-C method to try to discover what is causing or leads up to poor behavior.
Traumatic brain injury patients lose all of their skills: