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Head Injury By Dorothy Gronwall

Head Injury
by Dorothy Gronwall

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This Facts book provides information for the carers of head-injured people. It explains the physical, behavioural, and emotional consequences of head injury, and covers the progress of the patient from the emergency room to home care, and the resumption of a working life. This edition has been updated to reflect changes in medical practice.
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Head Injury by Dorothy Gronwall

The authors, of this book have had many years experience working with head - injured people in both research and rehabilitation roles. The effects of injury are explained in non-technical terms and, where possible, practical ways of overcoming these effects are described. Because they also have many years experience working with organisations formed to help the families of the head-injured, the authors know the main areas of concern that these families have. Beginning with the injury itself, the stages that the patient will go through are described, and the procedures and techniques that will be used to chart progress are explained. As well as these direct effects of the injury on the victim, the book also examines the ways that head trauma can affect families and friends.

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Table of Contents


1. Introduction; 2. What happens in a head injury; 3. In hospital; 4. Leaving hospital; 5. The continuing effects of head injury; 6. Some specific consequences; 7. Needs of particular groups; 8. How long will it take for the patient to recover?; 9. Back to work and study; 10. Long-term adjustment; 11. Providing a head-injury service; Index

Additional information

GOR003896906
Head Injury by Dorothy Gronwall
Dorothy Gronwall
Used - Very Good
Paperback
Oxford University Press
1998-03-05
184
0192627139
9780192627131
N/A
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