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Falls and Recurrent Brain Injuries: Why Both Should Be Avoided

Falls continue to be one of the most pressing concerns in medical facilities, as they come at a high cost, financially, medically, and emotionally. This handout provides statistics regarding falls and highlights how falls are related to brain injuries and cognitive decline. A must read for anyone doubting the need for significant fall precautions while in a medical facility.

Tech specs: Digital download. 1 page. 8.5 x 11 inches. PDF format. 4.7 MB.

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