Understanding Brain Injuries – A Quiz 2018-09-23T08:15:23+00:00

Understanding Brain Injuries – QUIZ

Take the quiz and get a free ebook: All About Brain Injuries!

Courtesy of Pixabay

Acquired brain injury is damage to the brain due to an injury or illness that is not inherited and not something that a person is born with.  Medical problems such as a stroke, disease, a brain tumor, or lack of oxygen can cause acquired brain injury.

Sometimes brain injury is the result of trauma. The cause could be a motor vehicle accident, a blow to the head during a fight, a sports accident, or a fall.  This type of acquired brain injury is called traumatic brain injury, or TBI.

These terms can be confusing and different organizations may use slightly different definitions for them. This review will concentrate on TBI and the care of family members or loved ones following a TBI.

What do you know about Brain Injuries? Click the button below to test your knowledge and receive our ebook All About Brain Injuries!

 

 

Looking for an ebook? We have over 30 titles available for download right now with topics ranging from self help, wound care and diabetes, elder care, allergies, diabetes and personal improvement.

Click here to browse and use the coupon “ebook2018” to get 20% off.

VIEW ESTORE

I look upon the “Herb Interaction” book as a “quickie” for my pharmacy team, no need to get bogged down on the computer.
David (pharmacist) Ontario
The book on “foot ulcers” spoke to me, I now understand the importance of foot care.
Janice. (Caregiver) Akron Ohio
We forget sometimes the power of the patient for healing through compliance and self care habits. We should provide understandable information.
Philip (Physician) Pittsburgh, Pensylvania
The Dr’ Guide books were a great door opener and relationship builder with the allergy medical team. Our reps loved them.
Alex (Product Manager), New Jersey.
We had the highest BRC (business Reply Card) return rate of all time – it built up great customer goodwill and easier repeat calls.
Joe (Sales Manager) Pennsylvania
The distribution of the Dr. Guide books was the most cost effective, most quickly integrated and best ROI program I have had in years – no committee development meetings, no sky high “creative” costs and so appropriate for our product / treatment messages.
Robert, (Director of marketing) Montreal.