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Impact Brain Apnoea

impact brain apnoea
St Emlyn´s - May 25, 2016 - By Simon Carley
"I’ll keep this post brief. This is not a critical appraisal and it’s not a review. It’s an invite to read a paper I was honoured to help write on the subject of Impact Brain Apnoea. The topic has been discussed on St.Emlyn’s before as it’s a condition that’s arguably been known about for many years, but in recent times may have been forgotten. It is only through the clinical observations of those who see patients with an understanding of what happens at the point of injury that we begin to understand how and perhaps why some people die from cardiovascular collapse following head injuries that seemingly leave little evidence of any significant anatomical injury..."