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headache

concussion

What is a concussion?

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Male Skateboarder
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What is a concussion?

  1. A concussion is a serious brain injury.

  2. A concussion can cause temporary or permanent brain injury.

  3. A concussion is caused when the brain moves around quickly in the head.

  4. A concussion affects the way the brain works. It can affect your memory, balance, decision-making, and feelings/emotions.

  5. All of the above.
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ran into a goal post

ringing in her ears and a headache

angry

previous times she hit her head

Which of the following symptoms may indicate a concussion?

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Female Soccer Player
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Which of the following symptoms may indicate a concussion?

  1. headache, dizziness, feeling foggy, feeling fuzzy, or seeing spots of light

  2. bothered by bright lights, loud sounds, ringing in the ears, feeling tired, feeling sick to your stomach, and/or throwing up

  3. feeling angry and not being sure where you are

  4. All of the above

 

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suffered a concussion a year ago

they accidently collided

headache, head pressure, could not see very well

felt that she was going to throw up

Do you think she suffered a concussion?

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Female Field Lacrosse
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Do you think she suffered a concussion?

  1. Yes

  2. No

 

 

 

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hit his head hard

blacked out

he felt foggy

his neck hurt

he had a headache

not sure where he was

What should you do when you see someone who may have blacked out?

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Male Dodgeball
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What should you do when you see someone who may have blacked out?

  1. Tell Joseph that he will be ok, and to take a few minutes to rest before returning to play.

  2. Immediately alert the teacher or an adult to call 911 for emergency medical assistance based on Emergency Action Plans, and also to contact his family. Do not allow anyone to move him, and protect his neck. Allow an individual with first responder training to assist and direct care to the injured individual.

  3. Stay with Joseph in the washroom, and suggest that he takes a pain pill for his headache.

 

 

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hit his head

doctor told him to rest and not to participate in games at recess

lightheaded and dizzy

not speaking properly

difficulty concentrating

angry

What should happen next?

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Male Baseball Player
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What should happen next?

  1. Try to talk to him and explain why you are worried.

  2. Talk to his teacher because you think he may not be better or recovered, and needs to see a doctor.

  3. Leave him alone.

 

 

 

 

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hit on the head

medically diagnosed concussion

not return to play in the game

Can a good helmet or mouth guard prevent a concussion?

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Male Hockey Player
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Can a good helmet or mouth guard prevent a concussion?

 

  1. Yes

  2. No

 

 

 

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in the head

concussion

rest to start his recovery from the concussion

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Male Baseball Player
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There are 6 steps the doctor will have Ajay complete to recover from a concussion

 

  1. True

  2. False

 

 

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school as an adult

inability to concentrate

poor memory

disappointing test results

repeated concussions

many years ago

Could there be a connection between the repeated concussions suffered by Jayne’s uncle and his inability to concentrate?

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Male Football Player
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Could there be a connection between the repeated concussions suffered by Jayne’s uncle and his inability to concentrate?

  1. Yes

  2. No

 

 

 

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headaches

is bothered by bright lights

loud sounds

one week ago

She did not report

a concussion

fears that she won’t be allowed to run

What would you suggest?

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Female Runner
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What would you suggest?

  1. Go ahead and play if she feels all right.

  2. Take a couple of extra days off and then decide, because the track team needs her.

  3. Tell Lianne to report her symptoms to her parents and her coach. You should also report your concerns about Lianne’s probable concussion.

 

 

 

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