Brain Injury and Rehabilitation
Brain Injury is an insult to the Brain by the external Physical force that alternates the state of consciousness and produce a diminished .Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is an injury to the brain caused by a trauma to the head (head injury). Acquired brain injury (ABI) is an injury caused by some medical conditions like encephalitis, strokes, aneurysms, anoxia, metabolic disorders, meningitis, or brain tumors and isn't hereditary, congenital, Neurodegenerative, or induced by birth trauma because it occurs after the birth. Stanford University Medical Center states that brain injuries affect girls more than boys.
In case of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury it causes symptoms like Headache, Fatigue, Sleep disturbance, Decreased concentration and attention span, Decreased speed of thinking, Memory problems, Depression and anxiety and Emotional mood swings. Severe Brain Injury causes a prolonged unconscious state like Coma, Vegetative State and Locked-in Syndrome.
- Track 1-1 Traumatic brain injury
- Track 2-2 Acquired Brain Injury
- Track 3-3 Neurorehabilitation
- Track 4-4 Neurotrauma
- Track 5-5 Signs and Symptoms of Brain Cancer
- Track 6-6 Electroconvulsive Therapy
- Track 7-7 Urologic Management in Neurologic Disease
- Track 8-8 Rehabilitationafter brain injury
- Track 9-9 Behavioral and Cognitive effects
- Track 10-10 Psychosocial impact
- Track 11-11 Electroconvulsive Therapy