This secondary analysis of a trial evaluating the efficacy of strict rest after pediatric concussion characterizes the incidence, course, and clinical significance of activity-related symptom exacerbations within 10 days of injury.
This descriptive epidemiologic study aims to comprehensively describe point of health care entry for children with concussion, overall and by relevant factors including age, sex, race/ethnicity, and payor, to quantify where children initially seek care for this injury.
This epidemiological study examines and compares sport-related concussion outcomes in youth, high school, and collegiate football athletes.
This Viewpoint provides an overview of US Soccer’s initiatives to improve concussion awareness and management.
This cross-sectional study assessed variables associated with reporting of concussion-like symptoms among uninjured high school athletes.
This prospective observational cohort study of US youth, high school, and collegiate football players found that practices and games had significant rates of concussions, with higher rates during games for all 3 cohorts.
O’Kane et al evaluate the frequency and duration of concussions in female youth soccer players and determine if concussions result in stopping play and seeking medical care.
This cohort study evaluates the use of computed tomography to evaluate presence of traumatic brain injury based on guardian reports of children acting abnormally after minor blunt head trauma.