Posts Tagged ‘Blast-related TBI’

By On February 19th, 2018

Can xenon gas prevent blast-related traumatic brain injury?

The vast majority of traumatic brain injuries are the result of blunt force trauma – striking your head against either the ground or an object. This can also be caused by whiplash-like motions that cause the brain to bounce against the inside of the skull. However, a number of brain injuries – particularly those endured…


By On March 20th, 2015

Can a Smell Test Help Identify Traumatic Brain Injury?

Can your ability to smell help medical professionals in an understaffed hospitals to diagnose you with a brain injury? According to a new study by Federal researchers published in the journal Neurology, that might be the case. The study led by Air Force Colonel (Dr.) Michael Xydakis, associate professor of Surgery in the F. Edward…


By On September 15th, 2014

Can A Set of Compounds Prevent Blast-Related Brain Damage?

New research published in the journal Cell Reports claims a new class of compound can protect brain cells from damage caused by blast-related traumatic brain injury. The study, conducted by researchers at the University of Iowa, treated mice with compounds from with the same class 24-36 hours after inducing TBI from a blast. According to…


By On August 14th, 2013

Blast related TBI and Sports concussions: a pathway to CTE

The recent focus on sports-related concussions and the onset of CTE in the later years of athlete’s life continues to make us more aware of the long-term problems associated with “mild” brain injury, particularly problems occurring for people who have experienced multiple concussions. The pending lawsuit filed by players against the NFL, research into helmet…

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