CONMOCION Y CONTUSION CEREBRAL PDF

La conmoción cerebral se define como una alteración repentina y transitoria en la conciencia inducida por fuerzas biomecánicas traumáticas. Si tienes una conmoción cerebral, deja de hacer deporte de inmediato. Si te aseguras de que tu cerebro se recupera por completo, ayudarás a evitar problemas. Tienes más probabilidades de sufrir una conmoción cerebral mientras haces deportes o durante la clase de gimnasia que mientras estás sentado en una clase.

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Medwave se preocupa por su privacidad y la seguridad de sus datos personales. La CC es causada por un golpe o impacto directo a la cabeza o un impacto en otra parte del cuerpo con una fuerza impulsiva transmitida a la cabeza. Ante el traumatismo, ocurre un estiramiento inmediato de los axones y alteraciones contueion las membranas neuronales 9,28, Los posibles cambios a nivel mental pueden involucrar: Puede presentar alteraciones en el comportamiento como: Sin embargo, cada atleta debe ser evaluado individualmente.

Se deben evaluar las funciones cognitivas ante la presencia de una CC. Se debe evaluar y manejar de manera particular cada caso. Se sugiere seguir las recomendaciones sobre las actividades del SCAT2 6,7,8,35, Asimismo, se ha observado un aumento de suicidios en varios casos de ETC En otros casos, se presentan dificultades cognitivas con mal funcionamiento de la memoria.

Posteriormente, ocurren alteraciones en el movimiento por ejemplo, parkinsonismoel habla y oculares. El antecedente de una CC incrementa el riesgo de volver a sufrir otra, hasta cuatro o cinco veces 7, Se pudo observar que son muy comunes los casos de CC relacionados con los deportes y actividades recreativas.

Los formularios pueden ser solicitados contactando al autor responsable. Recently, there has been increased attention to concussions that occur during sports activities, both at school level or amateur and professional level. Concussion is defined as a sudden and transient alteration of consciousness induced by traumatic biomechanical forces transmitted directly or indirectly to the brain.

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Such injuries most commonly occur in contact sports such as boxing, football, soccer, wrestling, hockey, among others. Concussion should be suspected in any athlete who suffers a head injury, whether or not it is associated to clntusion of consciousness. These athletes should not return to their sports activities immediately, and a few days of mental and physical leave are recommended in order to ensure full recovery.

Repeat head injuries should be avoided, since there is evidence that in some athletes they can lead to chronic traumatic encephalopathy. The present review focuses on the different definitions of concussion, management and contuslon consequences.

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