Brain Injuries are a Global Concern

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Professor Jeffrey Rosenfeld, one of Australia’s leading neurosurgeons and head of Monash University’s Department of Surgery wants people to know brain injuries are still a serious threat to citizens all across the world.

Paul Breen, from Serious Law LLP, says many people do not arrive to the hospitals for brain injuries, but only go when a related condition appears. More than half of all severe TBI cases either die or suffer lifelong disability.

Professor Rosenfeld has written a new book Practical Management of Head and Neck Injury, which brings together the findings of nurmerous international neurology experts. His goal is to improve treatment of brain injuries, especially in developing or low-income countries, citing how sparce some countries’ resources are.

 

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