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  • Severe Injuries (2003) - IMDb

    Directed by Amy Lynn Best. With Amy Lynn Best, Robyn Griggs, Charlie Fleming, Bill Homan. A bumbling and inept serial killer stalks the residents of a sorority house ...

  • Injury Severity Score - Wikipedia

    The Injury Severity Score (ISS) is an established medical score to assess trauma severity. It correlates with mortality, morbidity and hospitalization time after trauma.

  • Severe Injury Reports | Occupational Safety and Health ...

    Severe Injury Reports. OSHA requires employers to report all severe work-related injuries, defined as an amputation, in-patient hospitalization, or loss of an eye.

  • Sports Injuries | Health Topics | NIAMS

    If you have a severe injury, you need to be seen immediately in an emergency room. Many other sports injuries can be evaluated and treated by your primary ...

  • Severe TBI | Concussion | Traumatic Brain Injury | CDC ...

    Each year, TBIs contribute to a substantial number of deaths and cases of permanent disability. In fact, TBI is a contributing factor to a third (30%) of all injury ...

  • Wounds and Injuries | Fracture | Bruises | MedlinePlus

    Cuts, scratches, bruises, and lacerations are types of injuries of the skin or soft tissues. Find first aid tips and how to deal with accidents here.

  • Soccer Injuries | Soccer Injury Prevention & Treatment

    Soccer injury prevention information. Tips on preventing soccer injuries and identifying overuse and trauma injuries in kids.

  • Definition of severe injury - TAC - Transport Accident ...

    "Severe injury", except in Part 6, means: a significant acquired brain injury, paraplegia, quadriplegia, amputation of a limb or burns to more than 50 percent of the ...

  • Traumatic brain injury - Wikipedia

    Traumatic brain injury ... People with moderate to severe injuries are likely to receive treatment in an intensive care unit followed by a neurosurgical ward.

  • Severe head injury - NHS.UK

    Read about the signs of a severe head injury, such as seizures, unconsciousness, drowsiness, repeated vomiting, and blood or clear liquid coming from the ears or nose.

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