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This TBICoE fact sheet can be used by health care providers to educate patients with concussion, or mild traumatic brain injury, on how to manage memory problems related to their injury.
Neck pain can occur together with headaches following a concussion. This TBICoE fact sheet provides information to help patients manage neck pain. Various techniques are explained, including the use of heat or cold therapy, neck stretches, proper sleep positions and common activities that may contribute to neck strain.
This fact sheet — in Spanish — identifies major physical, cognitive and emotional symptoms of concussion/mild TBI, and provides coping and recovery tips.
Although each headache is different, identifying common causes, or triggers, is important for health care providers and patients to determine appropriate treatment. This fact sheet provides non-drug options to help those diagnosed with a mild TBI and associated post-traumatic headache manage symptoms.
This TBICoE fact sheet can be used to educate patients with concussion/mild TBI on how to manage dizziness related to their injury.
This TBICoE fact sheet identifies major physical, cognitive, and emotional symptoms of concussion, or mild TBI, and provides coping and recovery tips.
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Theater Medical Data Store is a Non-Classified Internet Protocol Router Network-based web system that allows providers to view and document a patient’s complete operational electronic health record by compiling his/her health history from various electronic military healthcare systems within the operational environment.
Theater Medical Data Store (TMDS) is a Non-Classified Internet Protocol Router Network (NIPRNet)-based web system that allows providers to view and document a patient’s complete operational electronic health record by compiling his/her health history from various electronic military health care systems within the operational environment.
The CCQAS is a Web-based, worldwide credentialing, privileging, risk management and adverse actions database for the Defense Health Agency.
Centralized Credentials Quality Assurance System (CCQAS) is a web-based worldwide credentialing, privileging, risk management and adverse actions application that supports more than 105,000 professionals providing health and wellness services to active duty military personnel, their families and selected retirees.
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