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September 2017 Archives

Traumatic brain injury can occur without structural brain damage

Concussions are types of brain injuries where the organs themselves do not necessarily sustain physical damage but where their functions are affected. In other words, when a patient in West Virginia suffers a traumatic brain injury, his or her brain stops working correctly for a brief moment in time. The individual experiences several symptoms quickly, and these symptoms resolve over time.

Dangerous products include dressers, phone batteries

Dressers and batteries are among several items that were recently recalled, with the recalls potentially affecting consumers in West Virginia. The dressers that were recalled were sold at Target. Meanwhile, Samsung and FedEx have called certain cellphone batteries dangerous products.

Could A New Type of Helmet Prevent Brain Injuries in Football Players?

With the beginning of football season here, there is always the worry about how much damage is done to player's brains. A recent article on PersonalInjury.com talks about this fear and a new helmet that can help eliminate this concern.

Infections, other health issues may be grounds for litigation

A woman in another state claimed that health care providers' actions caused her mother to die almost two years ago. She therefore decided to file a lawsuit against these providers, alleging wrongful death and medical malpractice. If a patient loses his or her life in West Virginia due to infections and other complications stemming from the carelessness of doctors or other health care professionals, the patient's surviving family members have the right to seek to hold them accountable through the civil court system.

Nanoparticle injection may help spinal cord injury victims

Following injury to the spinal cord, secondary nerve damage can occur due to internal scarring and inflammation. Unfortunately, this prevents the nervous system from being able to repair itself. However, according to a new study, a nanoparticle that is injected following spinal cord injury may be able to prevent the problematic scarring and inflammation, which may provide hope to spinal cord injury patients in West Virginia and elsewhere.

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