Wednesday, April 20, 2011

UA, Fire Departments, State, Take on Brain Injury |

With 1.4 million victims of traumatic brain injury, or TBI, reported annually in the U.S., the University of Arizona, the Arizona Department of Health Services and local fire department/Emergency Medical Services, or EMS, responders throughout Arizona will be implementing the most comprehensive 911 system "attack" on TBI ever attempted. 

The Arizona Emergency Medicine Research Center at the UA College of Medicine-Phoenix and the Arizona Department of Health Services on Wednesday, April 20 announced the Excellence in Prehospital Injury Care project that will bring first responders, the state health department and university researchers together to improve brain injury treatment in EMS systems throughout the state.

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