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Concussion is “a complex pathophysiological process affecting the brain, induced by traumatic biomechanical forces.” Concussion results from acceleration and deceleration forces which may be caused either by a direct blow to the head, face, neck or elsewhere on the body with an 'impulsive' force transmitted to the head.

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Infographic: Concussion

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ECHO Research and ARCHE

A concussion is a brain injury. Any child or teen who gets hit in the head, face, neck, or body has a chance of getting a concussion. Concussions can happen to anyone from falling, during sports, or car accidents.

Bottom Line Recommendations: Concussion 2022

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Dr. Roger Zemek, Dr. Jennifer Dawson & TREKK Network

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of concussion. Updated: February 2022

 

Bottom Line: Management of Acute Symptoms Algorithm

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Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation

This document is intended to guide health care professionals in diagnosing and managing pediatric concussion. See Page 48 of this document for the Management of Acute Symptoms Algorithm (Tool 2.1).

Bottom Line: The Child Sport Concussion Assessment Tool 5th Edition (Child SCAT5)

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Davis GA, Purcell L, Schneider KJ, Yeates KO, Gioia GA, Anderson V, Ellenboge...

The Child SCAT5 is a standardized tool for evaluating concussions designed for use by physicians and licensed healthcare professionals. The Child SCAT5 is to be used for evaluating Children aged 5 to 12 years. For athletes aged 13 years and older, please use the SCAT5.

Bottom Line: The Sport Concussion Assessment Tool 5th Edition (SCAT5)

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Echemendia RJ, Meeuwisse W, McCrory P, Davis GA, Putukian M, Leddy J, Makdiss...

The SCAT5 is a standardized tool for evaluating concussions designed for use by physicians and licensed healthcare professionals. The SCAT5 is to be used for evaluating athletes aged 13 years and older. For children aged 12 years or younger, please use the Child SCAT5.

Bottom Line: Acute Concussion Evaluation (ACE): Physician/Clinician Office Version

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Goia G, Collins M

The ACE is intended to provide an evidence-based clinical protocol to conduct an initial evaluation and diagnosis of patients (both children and adults) with known or suspected mild traumatic brain injury.

Recommendations de Base: Commotion cérébrale

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Dr. Roger Zemek, Dr. Jennifer Dawson & TREKK Network

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of pediatric concussion. Posted May 2022. 

Infographic: Concussion

Visit

ECHO Research and ARCHE

A concussion is a brain injury. Any child or teen who gets hit in the head, face, neck, or body has a chance of getting a concussion. Concussions can happen to anyone from falling, during sports, or car accidents.

Bottom Line Recommendations: Concussion 2022

Download

Dr. Roger Zemek, Dr. Jennifer Dawson & TREKK Network

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of concussion. Updated: February 2022

 

Recommendations de Base: Commotion cérébrale

Download

Dr. Roger Zemek, Dr. Jennifer Dawson & TREKK Network

Bottom line recommendations for the treatment and management of pediatric concussion. Posted May 2022. 

Bottom Line: Management of Acute Symptoms Algorithm

Visit

Ontario Neurotrauma Foundation

This document is intended to guide health care professionals in diagnosing and managing pediatric concussion. See Page 48 of this document for the Management of Acute Symptoms Algorithm (Tool 2.1).

Bottom Line: The Child Sport Concussion Assessment Tool 5th Edition (Child SCAT5)

Visit

Davis GA, Purcell L, Schneider KJ, Yeates KO, Gioia GA, Anderson V, Ellenboge...

The Child SCAT5 is a standardized tool for evaluating concussions designed for use by physicians and licensed healthcare professionals. The Child SCAT5 is to be used for evaluating Children aged 5 to 12 years. For athletes aged 13 years and older, please use the SCAT5.

Bottom Line: The Sport Concussion Assessment Tool 5th Edition (SCAT5)

Visit

Echemendia RJ, Meeuwisse W, McCrory P, Davis GA, Putukian M, Leddy J, Makdiss...

The SCAT5 is a standardized tool for evaluating concussions designed for use by physicians and licensed healthcare professionals. The SCAT5 is to be used for evaluating athletes aged 13 years and older. For children aged 12 years or younger, please use the Child SCAT5.

Bottom Line: Acute Concussion Evaluation (ACE): Physician/Clinician Office Version

Visit

Goia G, Collins M

The ACE is intended to provide an evidence-based clinical protocol to conduct an initial evaluation and diagnosis of patients (both children and adults) with known or suspected mild traumatic brain injury.

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