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Cracking Trauma Neurosurgery Vignettes By Paul Edward Kaloostian MD, Sean William Kaloostian MD, Carolyn Louisa Kaloostian MD
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Neurosurgical trauma is quite common, especially at high volume level 1 trauma centers around the world. The brain and spine often absorb a significant amount of the forces and thus are subject to... More > enormous injury. Neurosurgical trauma is extremely diverse ranging from the most minor of intracranial bleeds to the significant anoxic brain injury and quadriplegia. Many of these cases are considered neurosurgical emergencies and so immediate diagnosis and management are key. In this textbook, we have tried to illustrate many unique cases we have encountered in our training. These cases have taught us a great deal about management and surgical treatment options for a variety of different neurosurgical trauma cases. We hope that the readers will learn valuable methods of diagnosis and management of their patients after reading this text. This text can be used by anyone interested in learning more about neurological trauma.< Less
Broken Brain By Joseph Huerta
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Huerta's BROKEN BRAIN: SURVIVING A TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY details his firsthand experience of living through a near-fatal brain injury. During a ski vacation in Colorado, Huerta fell off a... More > fifteen-foot cliff and shattered his skull in countless pieces. For twelve days, he was in a coma and eventually woke up to the long journey of recovery. Told in a riveting & animated voice, this memoir delivers an intimate perspective on what it means to beat the odds.< Less
Bonsai Days, The Art of Living After Trauma By Annie Bane
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On any given day any one of us could awaken to an event that may change our lives forever. Experience this REALITY with those who created a new life from the trauma. DISABLED VETERANS: Discover a... More > creativity you never knew existed. Artists tell their own stories in color and words to find healing in the process. FAMILIES: A nuts and bolts guide to giving support in tough times. Everyone in the family needs a full life after trauma. YOUNG ADULT DRIVERS: Envision your own life after an accident caused by alcohol. Your attention to safety on the road will skyrocket.< Less
Bonsai Days, the Art of Living After Trauma By Annie Bane
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On any given day any one of us could awaken to an event that may change our lives forever. Experience this REALITY with those who created a new life from the trauma. DISABLED VETERANS: Discover a... More > creativity you never knew existed. Artists tell their own stories in color and words to find healing in the process. FAMILIES: A nuts and bolts guide to giving support in tough times. Everyone in the family needs a full life after trauma. YOUNG ADULT DRIVERS: Envision your own life after an accident caused by alcohol. Your attention to safety on the road will skyrocket.< Less
Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: The Guidebook By Mary Lou Acimovic
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Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: The Guidebook is an indispensable resource for people living with the consequences of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury (MTBI). In this concise, comprehensive manual, Cognitive... More > Rehabilitation Specialist Mary Lou Acimovic draws from over 30 years of clinical experience to validate and demystify the symptoms of MTBI, offering a unique approach to treatment designed to educate, empower and inspire. The mission: Help the millions of people struggling with this potentially devastating condition understand their injuries and regain control of their lives. It is a guide to recovery.< Less
Praying for Aviana By Jennifer Hodder
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Join an amazing family on a journey of recovery after a traumatic brain injury. A journey of love, hope, and healing.
Praying for Aviana By Jennifer Hodder
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Join an amazing family on a journey of recovery after a traumatic brain injury. A journey of love, hope, and healing.
Blair Gordon the 2 By Blair Gordon
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Blair Gordon survives a tramatic brain injury in 2005. His life was brought to a halt and he lost all functioning. Starting over with determination, you will find laughter and tears as you hear the... More > story of a 45 year old man who never gave up and wants to encourage others never to quit!< Less
Aftermath By Christine Pixley
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I'm Jeremy Lynch. I'm 19, and up until a few months ago, I was normal. I wasn't perfect. I was ungrateful, spoiled, basically a smart mouthed little s*!t. And I had this habit of looking at someone... More > and only seeing what was on the outside. I ignored the red flags, trusted the wrong the person. I don't have to tell you what that's like. You've been there. Besides, this story isn't about how I got knocked down. It's about how I, eventually, got back up. And learned some important stuff in the process. Like how to admit my older brother could be right – sometimes, how to appreciate my very cool (though overprotective) parents, and how to get along with my new brain. I even learned to get over the pretty wrapping and score the total package. You see, there's more to healing then having your bones put back together and watching the bruises fade. There's more to fighting than knowing how to throw a punch. This is the story of how I put down the down the chips, turned off the TV, and figured that out.< Less
Aftermath By Christine Pixley
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I'm Jeremy Lynch. I'm 19, and up until a few months ago, I was normal. I wasn't perfect. I was ungrateful, spoiled, basically a smart mouthed little s*!t. And I had this habit of looking at someone... More > and only seeing what was on the outside. I ignored the red flags, trusted the wrong the person. I don't have to tell you what that's like. You've been there. Besides, this story isn't about how I got knocked down. It's about how I, eventually, got back up. And learned some important stuff in the process. Like how to admit my older brother could be right – sometimes, how to appreciate my very cool (though overprotective) parents, and how to get along with my new brain. I even learned to get over the pretty wrapping and score the total package. You see, there's more to healing then having your bones put back together and watching the bruises fade. There's more to fighting than knowing how to throw a punch. This is the story of how I put down the down the chips, turned off the TV, and figured that out.< Less