Accepted at 7:09 p.m. Dec, 30, 2023 by michaelg1070
Author: jpetrera
Related Note: 1622900887019
Rationale for change

- {{c1::MVCs}} is the MCC overall should be changed to - {{c1::Falls}} is the MCC overall


From pocketpedia:

TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY

INTRODUCTION AND EPIDEMIOLOGY

Traumatic brain injury (TBI) is a serious public health problem in the United States. In
2010, ~2.5 million people sustained a TBI, where 2% died, 11% were hospitalized, and
87% were treated and released from an emergency department (1). These figures do not
include those who did not receive medical care, had outpatient or office-based visits, or
received care at a federal facility. Per the most recent report to Congress in 2015 (1), the
most common causes were falls (40.5%), unintentional blunt trauma (15.5%), motor
vehicle accidents (MVAs) (14.3%), and assaults (10.7%). Adults aged >75 years had the
highest rates of hospitalization and death. Alcohol use is one of the most preventable
causes for TBI.

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