Post-concussion states : How do we improve our patients’ outcomes? An Australian perspective
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There is limited data surrounding incidence and prevalence of concussion and the resulting post-concussion states. This creates difficulty when investigating ways to optimise patient management. It is proposed that a registry of patients presenting with symptoms and signs after a concussion, as part of a large scale TBI registry across Australia, would provide a starting point for future research with a view to improving the outcomes of patients experiencing symptoms and signs after concussion.
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