A stroke is a serious and life-threatening event. It occurs when normal blood flow to the brain is compromised which may lead to brain damage, permanent disability, or death if not corrected immediately.
Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) lead to nearly three million ER visits, hospitalizations, and deaths per year. A mild TBI is commonly known as a concussion. Even though they are called “mild” because they are not typically life-threatening, the effects of a concussion can be serious, and recovery can be lengthy.
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