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Infant not expected to recover following child injury

As most people in New York and across the country are aware, the brain is an amazing organ. Because of all the many important roles it plays, however, damage to the brain can have permanent, significant consequences. Unfortunately, officials in another state claim that an infant has suffered an irreparable child injury after being shaken by the woman who was providing care while the child's mother worked.

Significant gaps exist in post-traumatic brain injury care

Individuals young and old who experience a traumatic brain injury need to seek medical attention immediately following the accident to receive essential care. Their doctor can manage the condition, but unfortunately, one recent report indicates significant gaps exist in follow-up appointments for people who have experienced such injuries. 

Long-term effects of a child injury involving the brain

The effects of many injuries can often be immediately seen. When most people think of a child injury, they likely think of something that can be controlled and treated. Unfortunately, this is not always the case for those who suffer head injuries in New York and across the country.

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