category traumatic brain injuries Archives

New study clearly explains consequences of brain trauma

17
January
2013
On behalf of Rosenblum & Partners, LLP.

In recent years, the media has spent an increasing amount of time and effort reporting on the subject of brain trauma. While significant attention and focus devoted to this issue is necessary and almost certainly appreciated by victims and their families, the sheer volume of media coverage on this issue has left the public exposed […]

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New Technology May Shed Light on Traumatic Brain Injuries

03
April
2012
On behalf of Rosenblum & Partners, LLP.

Each year roughly 1.7 million people in the United States experience a traumatic brain injury (TBI). Doctors have difficulty predicting the severity of brain injuries. Frequently physicians can’t tell if damage will be permanent, or if a patient will make a full recovery. A new technology may literally shed some light on this problem, by […]

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New Drug Gives Hope to Those With Traumatic Brain Injuries

08
March
2012
On behalf of Rosenblum & Partners, LLP.

A drug used in the treatment of Parkinson’s disease may also benefit those with severe brain injuries, according to a recent report in the New England Journal of Medicine. The research indicated that daily doses of the drug – amantadine hydrochloride – improved functioning in those with traumatic brain injuries. The study was conducted by […]

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