The role of serious concomitant injuries in the treatment and outcome of pediatric severe traumatic brain injury

Head injury is the most important prognostic factor in mortality for sTBI pediatric patients, but the presence of serious concomitant injuries does contribute to greater morbidity, including longer stays, more infections, fewer ventilator-free days, and a higher level of care required on discharge from hospital.

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About Mark J. Ashley

Providers of brain injury rehabilitation services.
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