Hiler M, Czosnyka M, Hutchinson P, et al. However, plain radiography can be used early to rule out an underlying fracture. Before posttraumatic agitation is treated, other medical conditions should be considered. DePompei, R., & Williams, J. 92(5):721-730.e3. . Smith DH, Meaney DF, Shull WH. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.  An evaluation of the employment outcome in patients with moderate to severe TBI found that patients with comorbid psychiatric symptoms and impaired cognitive functioning are at the highest risk of long-term unemployment. [Medline]. Can the student prioritize tasks or manage more than one task at a time? 2011 May. Could RAS Dysfunction Explain COVID's Effects? The full sequelae of pediatric TBI can emerge and/or persist well into adulthood, lending to the perspective that TBI in children is a chronic disease process rather than a one-time event (DePompei, 2010; DePompei & Tyler, in press; Masel & DeWitt, 2010). [Medline]. CD006279. Supporting students and staff by helping to identify and integrate modifications, accommodations, or strategies in classroom and social settings. Which tools are used to measure outcome in patients with traumatic brain injury (TBI)? Speech, language, and/or cognitive deficits that existed prior to the TBI—such as attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, autism spectrum disorder, childhood apraxia of speech, acquired apraxia of speech, learning disabilities, speech sound disorders, spoken language disorders and written language disorders—must also be considered. Cuthbert JP, Corrigan JD, Harrison-Felix C, Coronado V, Dijkers MP, Heinemann AW, et al. Neuropathol Appl Neurobiol. [Medline]. Family, teachers, and significant others play a critical role in supporting and augmenting the treatment plan. Allison, K. M., Byom, L. J. (2006). Stanislav suggested that select areas of cognition may improve after thioridazine and haloperidol are discontinued. A critical comparison of clinical decision instruments for computed tomographic scanning in mild closed traumatic brain injury in adolescents and adults. 2000 Jul. Life satisfaction after traumatic brain injury. Rates of hospital admission vary widely and are higher in the United States than in other countries (Dewan, Mummareddy, Wellons, & Bonfield, 2016). Computer-assisted treatment refers to the use of specially designed software programs to improve cognitive-communication functions through repeated, structured practice of tasks related to attention, memory, problem solving, executive function, language, and speech. Underlying speech subsystems may still be developing at the time of injury in pediatric populations, or the child may have pre-existing speech deficits. The following CDC statistics also apply in the United States Savage, R. C., Pearson, S., McDonald, H., Potoczny-Gray, A., & Marchese, N. (2001). Severity of TBI Based on the Duration of LOC.  Outcome measures can be used to assess the effectiveness of different treatments. See ASHA's Scope of Practice in Audiology (ASHA, 2018). [Medline]. 53-73. Goal attainment scaling (GAS) is one collaborative approach for identifying and quantifying individualized, meaningful treatment outcomes using a point scale to objectively measure goal achievement (Kiresuk, Smith, & Cardillo, 2014). Management of persistent cognitive symptoms after sport-related concussion. Treatment for DVT and/or PE in patients with TBI is similar to treatment for these conditions in the general population. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, 94(7), 1268â1276. Methylphenidate may hasten recovery after TBI. Annette M. Totten, PhD Oregon Health & Science University , Portland, OR . Report to Congress on mild traumatic brain injury in the United States: Steps to prevent a serious public health problem. In the first year after a TBI, people who survive are more likely to die from seizures, septicemia, pneumonia, digestive conditions, and all external causes of injury than are other people of similar age, sex, and race. If the patient is unable to void or cannot evacuate the urinary bladder to completion, intermittent straight catheterization may be necessary in the acute recovery period. Resultant calcium and sodium overload may contribute to cellular destruction. A comparison of substance abuse and violence in the prediction of long-term rehabilitation outcomes after traumatic brain injury. The treatment of agitation during initial hospitalization after traumatic brain injury. See ASHA's Practice Portal page on Superior Canal Dehiscence. Rosenthal M, Griffith ER, Kreutzer JS, et al, eds. Available at http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/805547. They include the following: Posttraumatic headache: Tension-type headaches are the most common form, but exacerbations of migraine-like headaches are also frequent, Posttraumatic depression: Depression after TBI is further associated with cognitive decline, See assessment section of ASHA's Practice Portal page on Pediatric Dysphagia. Although the overall rates of TBI are generally higher in boys than in girls, the incidence of mTBI is on the rise for girls (Lincoln et al., 2011). These approaches are listed separately below but are not mutually exclusive. Badri S, Chen J, Barber J, Temkin NR, Dikmen SS, Chesnut RM, et al. J Neurotrauma. Family-centered practice is the foundation of intervention for pediatric TBI. Acute characteristics of pediatric dysphagia subsequent to traumatic brain injury: Videofluoroscopic assessment. Spaced or distributed practice is a drill-and-practice technique in which practice is broken up into a number of short sessions over a longer period of time. Incidence, characteristics, and predictive factors for dysphagia after pediatric traumatic brain injury. Injury may result from impairment or local declines in cerebral blood flow (CBF) after a TBI. Wild, M. R. (2013). J Head Trauma Rehabil.  Brooke and colleagues found that the intensity of agitation was significantly lower in patients with TBI who were treated with propranolol than in subjects who were treated with placebo. Project BRAIN: Working together to improve educational outcomes for students with traumatic brain injury. Incidence and descriptive epidemiologic features of traumatic brain injury in King County, Washington. 2006 Jan-Feb. 21(1):45-56. Treatment is also sensitive to linguistic diversity and is completed in the language(s) used by the individual with TBI (see ASHA's Practice Portal pages on Bilingual Service Delivery, Cultural Competence, and Collaborating With Interpreters). Keith RA, Granger CV, Hamilton BB, et al. When the child reaches school age, it is important to alert staff at each new school about the child's medical history and the possible impact of TBI, so that necessary supports are put into place and behavioral or learning difficulties are not mistakenly attributed to some other cause (e.g., attention-deficit disorder or learning disability; Chapman, 2006; Gamino et al., 2009; Haarbauer-Krupa, 2012b; Turkstra et al., 2015). Early seizures occur in the first 2-7 days, and late seizures occur after 7 days. Development of a scale for assessment of agitation following traumatic brain injury. Available from www.asha.org/policy/. 1992 Oct. 73(10):917-21. In 2014, the IOC published a consensus statement entitled âBeyond the Female Athlete Triad: Relative Energy Deficiency in Sport (RED-S)â. Clinicians also consider the child's cognitive-communication skills, oral–motor function, physical and sensory–perceptual limitations, behavioral deficits, and environmental supports in targeting dysphagia (Morgan, 2010; Morgan, Ward, & Murdoch, 2004; Morgan, Ward, Murdoch, & Bilbie, 2002). [47, 48]. 54(1):39-45. Traumatic brain injury (TBI) Parkinson disease [12, 17] Poliomyelitis. Regardless of variations, TBI is the leading cause of disability and death in children ages 0–4 years and adolescents ages 15–19 years (CDC, 2015). The ASHA Action Center welcomes questions and requests for information from members and non-members. External aids are used to facilitate improved attention, time management, organization, and recall of events and information (Burns, 2004; Teasell et al., 2013). Marar, M., McIlvain, N. M., Fields, S. K., & Comstock, R. D. (2012). Â© 1997- American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Gordon WA, Brown M, Sliwinski M, et al. Factors that predict acute hospitalization discharge disposition for adults with moderate to severe traumatic brain injury. SLPs screen for speech, language, cognitive-communication, and swallowing deficits. Augmentative and alternative communication intervention in children with traumatic brain injury and spinal cord injury. 1997 Nov-Dec. 76(6):440-50. , Treatment options for posttraumatic depression include counseling, participation in support groups, and antidepressant medication. 11(5):335-41. SLEEP 2013: Associated Professional Sleep Societies 27th Annual Meeting. See ASHA's Practice Portal pages on Pediatric Dysphagia and Adult Dysphagia. [Medline]. It is often associated low-grade fever, peri-articular swelling, peri-articular warmth, and peri-articular erythema. Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine, 45, 637–645. Others continue to have long-term difficulty learning new information and negotiating more complex social interactions due to impairments in cognitive functions (Anderson, Godfrey, Rosenfeld, & Catroppa, 2012; Turkstra, Politis, & Forsyth, 2015). Taylor, H. G., Swartwout, M. D., Yeates, K. O., Walz, N. C., Stancin, T., & Wade, S. L. (2008). ... Report to Congress on traumatic brain injury in the United States: Epidemiology and rehabilitation. Ylvisaker, M. E., Turkstra, L., & Coelho, C. (2005). Trends in concussion incidence in high school sports: A prospective 11-year study. 1989 Mar. Accessed: Sep 22, 2015. Treatment generally consists of the administration of an immediate-acting anticoagulant (UH or LMWH), followed by chronic anticoagulation with warfarin (target international normalized ratio [INR], 2-3). Duff, M. C., & Stuck, S. (2012). American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Tests typically used for children with moderate or severe TBI may not identify the subtler difficulties in children with mTBI. The professional roles and activities in speech-language pathology include clinical services (assessment, planning, and treatment), prevention, and advocacy, as well as education, administration, and research. Ylvisaker, M. E., Feeney, T., & Capo, M. (2007). . [Medline]. Available at http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/chronic-traumatic-encephalopathy/basics/definition/con-20113581. Social and communication disorders following traumatic brain injury . The male-to-female ratio increased to 2.2 for older children and young adults (10–20 years). Social communication intervention for children and adolescents with TBI frequently focuses on training the child's communication partners (Togher, 2014; Togher, McDonald, Tate, Power, & Rietdijk, 2013; Togher, Power, McDonald, Tate, & Rietdijk, 2010; Ylvisaker, Turkstra, & Coelho, 2005; Ylvisaker & Feeney, 2007) and helping school personnel provide the necessary supports, structure, and instruction to help students learn (or relearn) appropriate behaviors and social skills in real-world communications (MacDonald & Wiseman-Hakes, 2010; New York State Education Department, 2002; New Zealand Guidelines Group, 2006). [Medline]. Harrison-Felix C, Whiteneck G, Devivo MJ, et al. Natural history of depression in traumatic brain injury. Concussion management: The speech-language pathologist's role. [90, 91, 92], In a secondary analysis of data on 365 patients with moderate or severe TBI from a randomized trial, Badri et al found that average ICP in the first 48 hours of monitoring independently predicted mortality as well as a composite endpoint of functional and neuropsychological outcome at 6 months. Dual task training aims to restore executive functions that are often affected by TBI; it is sometimes used to train tasks across both physical and cognitive-communicative domains (Valovich McLeod & Guskiewicz, 2012). Plain radiographic findings lag behind triple-phase bone scan results by 2-3 weeks. Building statewide infrastructure for effective educational services for students with TBI: Promising practices and recommendations. Pachet A, Friesen S, Winkelaar D, et al. Agitated symptom response to divalproex following acute brain injury. Teasell, R. W., Marshall, S., Cullen, N., Bayley, M., Rees, L., Weiser, M., ...Aubut, J. A separate resource on mild traumatic brain injury will be developed in the future. , The exact role of the inflammatory response in secondary injury is not known. Ecological assessment of cognitive functions in children with acquired brain injury: A systematic review. Improved prognostic tools, if available, would assist clinicians in planning for patients' long-term care and needs. . Collaboration and teaming are integral to speech-language pathology and audiology service delivery for children with TBI. Headphones, computers, and handheld devices, including smartphones and voice recorders, may serve as functional external aids for children; low-tech options include calendars, timers, checklists, maps, color-coded binders, and small notebooks (Burns, 2004; DePompei et al., 2008). Cox, D. M. (2016). These include: A blood test and an ultrasound test during the first trimester of pregnancy. 2017 Sep. 34 (S1):S26-S43. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Permission for publication granted by Dr. Corrigan. Medscape Medical News. Patients are taken to the bathroom and given the opportunity to void without instrumentation every 2 hours during the day and every 4 hours overnight. What is spasticity in traumatic brain injury (TBI)? Their effects on cognition and recovery are poorly studied. See assessment sections of ASHA's Practice Portal pages on Spoken Language Disorders and Late Language Emergence. Audiologists need to be aware of the potential impact of these conditions during assessment. [Medline]. Pediatric brain injury: Social, behavioral, and communication disability.Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Clinics of North America, 18(1), 133–144. Frisoli F, Huang PP, Frangos S. 180 Early Deep Vein Thrombosis Chemoprophylaxis in Traumatic Brain Injury. Furthermore, clinicians should consider the possibility of infection, electrolyte imbalance, adverse effects of drugs, psychosis, and insomnia. Some treatment options fall into overlapping categories, and clinicians use the approach or approaches that best meet the needs of the child (Ylvisaker, Adelson et al., 2005; Turkstra et al., 2015). 336–360). [Medline]. Use of centrally acting drugs that may exacerbate agitation should be minimized. 2005. Hammad A, Westacott L, Zaben M. The role of the complement system in traumatic brain injury: a review. Contextualized interventions for children and adolescents with TBI are functional, personally relevant, nonhierarchical, and collaborative (Koole, Nelson, & Curtis, 2015). hypersensitivity to sounds (hyperacusis); tinnitus (see ASHA's Practice Portal page on, Changes in perception of color, shape, size, depth, and distance, Problems with visual convergence and accommodation, Tactile—sensitivity or defensiveness to touch; changes in perception of pain, pressure, and/or temperature, Deficits in shifting attention between tasks, Impaired sustained attention for task completion or conversational engagement, Reduced processing speed (e.g., of rapid speech and/or complex language), resulting in confusion, Deficits in short-term memory that negatively affect new learning, Deficits in working memory that negatively affect following directions, Difficulty retrieving information from memory, Lack of insight for monitoring one's strengths, weaknesses, functional abilities, problem situations, and so forth, Reduced awareness of deficits (anosagnosia), Deficits in orientation to self, situation, location, and/or time, Impaired spatial cognition that can affect ability to navigate and ambulate, Difficulty initiating conversation and maintaining topic, Impaired ability to use nonverbal communication effectively (e.g., tone of voice, facial expression, body language), Inability to interpret nonverbal communication of others, Decreased ability to formulate organized discourse or conversation, Difficulty understanding abstract language/concepts, Tendency to perseverate in verbal responses, Use of incoherent or confabulatory speech, Difficulty comprehending written text, particularly with respect to complex syntax and figurative language, Difficulty planning, organizing, writing, and editing written products, Aprosodia/dysposodia, marked by deficits in intonation, pitch, stress, and rate, Dysarthria characterized by articulatory imprecision and/or vowel distortions, Hypernasality secondary to paresis or paralysis of velopharyngeal muscles involved in speech, Aphonia/dysphonia resulting from intubation, tracheostomy, or use of mechanical ventilator, Laryngeal hyper/hypofunction marked by abnormal pitch; poor control of vocal intensity; or changes in vocal quality (e.g., hoarseness, strained–strangled voice, glottal fry), Neurogenic phonatory abnormalities resulting from injury to sensory or motor innervations to the vocal folds, Psychogenic phonatory abnormalities (e.g., related to post-traumatic stress disorder), Risk of aspiration related to impact of cognitive impairment (e.g., poor memory, reduced insight, limited attention, impulsivity, and agitation) while eating, Agitation, aggression, and/or combativeness, Changes in affect—overemotional, over reactive, emotionless (flat affect), Changes in sleep patterns (e.g., insomnia or hypersomnia), Difficulty identifying emotions of self and others (alexithymia), Heightened sensory sensitivity with exaggerated reactions to perceived threats (hypervigilance), Changes in play (e.g., loss of interest in favorite toys/activities), Irritability, persistent crying, and inability to be consoled, Loss of new skills, such as toilet training, Providing prevention information to individuals and groups known to be at risk for TBI as well as to individuals working with those at risk, Screening children with TBI for hearing, speech, language, cognitive-communication, and swallowing difficulties, Determining the need for further and ongoing assessment and/or referral for other services, Conducting a comprehensive assessment and diagnosing speech, language, cognitive-communication, and swallowing disorders associated with TBI, with sensitivity to individual differences, including cultural and linguistic variations, Developing and implementing treatment plans involving direct and indirect intervention methods for maintaining functional speech, language, cognitive-communication, and swallowing abilities at the highest level of independence, with sensitivity to individual, cultural, and linguistic variations, Gathering and reporting treatment outcomes, documenting progress, and determining appropriate discharge criteria, Facilitating the transition of services between medical, educational, community, and vocational settings, Counseling persons with TBI and their families regarding impairments across the SLP scope of practice and providing education aimed at preventing further complications relating to TBI, Providing training (e.g., in the use of augmentative and alternative communication [AAC] systems) to persons with TBI and their families, caregivers, and educators, Serving as an integral member of an interdisciplinary team working with individuals with TBI and their families/caregivers, including participating as a member of the school planning/individualized education program (IEP) team to determine eligibility, appropriate educational services, and transition planning, Consulting and collaborating with other professionals (e.g., teachers, neuropsychologists, occupational and physical therapists) to facilitate program development and to provide supervision, evaluation, and/or expert testimony, as appropriate, Advocating for individuals with TBI and their families, particularly in school settings where cognitive-communication disorders may be mistaken for attitudinal or motivational problems, Educating other professionals, third-party payers, and legislators about the needs of children with TBI and the role of SLPs in diagnosing and managing speech, language, cognitive-communication, and swallowing disorders associated with TBI across settings, Remaining informed of research in the area of TBI and helping advance the knowledge base related to the nature and treatment of cognitive-communication and swallowing deficits associated with TBI, Educating other professionals about the needs of children with hearing and vestibular/balance deficits post-TBI and the role of audiologists in diagnosing and managing them, Identifying hearing and vestibular/balance deficits post-TBI, including early detection and screening program development, management, quality assessment, and service coordination, Conducting a comprehensive and culturally and linguistically sensitive assessment, using behavioral, electroacoustic, and/or electrophysiological methods to assess hearing, auditory function, vestibular and balance function, and related systems, Referring the child with TBI to other professionals as needed to facilitate access to comprehensive services, Evaluating children with hearing and vestibular deficits post-TBI for candidacy for amplification and other sensory devices, assistive technology, and vestibular rehabilitation, Fitting and maintaining amplification and other sensory devices and assistive technology for optimal use, Developing and implementing an audiologic and/or vestibular rehabilitation management plan, Creating documentation, including interpreting data and summarizing findings and recommendations, Counseling the child with TBI and his or her family regarding the psychosocial aspects of hearing loss and other auditory processing dysfunction, modes of communication, and processes to enhance communication competence, Providing communication skills training for families and other professionals who interact with the child, Advocating for the communication needs of all individuals, including advocating for the rights to and funding of services for those with hearing loss, auditory disorders, and/or vestibular disorders, Remaining informed of research in the area of TBI and helping advance the knowledge base related to the nature, identification, and treatment of hearing and vestibular deficits post-TBI, Behavioral factors, such as agitation and combativeness, Decreased physical endurance and ability to participate, Sensory deficits (e.g., visual neglect, hearing loss), Presence of co-existing premorbid conditions such as attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, learning disabilities, and developmental disabilities, The impact of communication impairments on. 95 (6):576-84. Stanislav SW. Cognitive effects of antipsychotic agents in persons with traumatic brain injury. How is deep vein thrombosis (DVT) prevented in traumatic brain injury (TBI)? Brain Injury, 20, 879–888. Buller HR, Agnelli G, Hull RD, et al. Speech-language pathologists (SLPs) do not diagnose TBI; however, they play a key role in the screening, assessment, and treatment of children and adolescents with TBI. There are few standardized tests for young children with TBI; therefore, observation and parent report are key components in determining changes in baseline function or differences from developmental norms. Attention to behavioral symptoms such as those listed above is critical (Cox, 2016). Cifu DX, Kaelin DL, Wall BE. The impact of new demands and challenges is assessed so that strategies to maximize functional outcomes and life participation can be implemented (Blosser & DePompei, 2003; New Zealand Guidelines Group, 2006). Predictive value of initial computerized tomography scan, intracranial pressure, and state of autoregulation in patients with traumatic brain injury. Posttraumatic seizures. [Medline]. Prenatal Screening for Down Syndrome. ASHA extends its gratitude to the following subject matter experts who were involved in the development of the Pediatric Traumatic Brain Injury page. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. The roles of speech-language pathologists and audiologists in concussion prevention and management—including baseline testing and "return to learn" protocols—have become more prominent, especially in the school setting (Halstead et al., 2013; Hotz et al., 2014). The incidence of late PTS is in the range of 5-18.9%. Front Neurol. 2001 May. 2001 Jul. McKinlay, A., & Anderson, V. (2013). Dantrolene sodium is preferred in patients with TBI because of its lack of cognitive and sedative adverse effects. Content for ASHA's Practice Portal is developed through a comprehensive process that includes multiple rounds of subject matter expert input and review. [Medline]. The role that each team member plays will evolve as the child or adolescent develops and as his or her needs change. Prediction of outcome in traumatic brain injury with computed tomographic characteristics: a comparison between the computed tomographic classification and combinations of computed tomographic predictors. Joseph E Hornyak, IV, MD, PhD Associate Professor, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, University of Michigan Medical School; Consulting Staff, Medical Director of Human Performance Laboratory, Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, University of Michigan Medical Center Ylvisaker, M., Todis, B., Glang, A., Urbanczyk, B., Franklin, C., DePompei, R., ...Tyler, J. S. (2001). Kiresuk, T. J., Smith, A., & Cardillo, J. E. (2014). These younger children are also more likely to have difficulties academically compared with children who were injured at later ages (Anderson, Catroppa, Morse, Haritou, & Rosenfeld, 2005). Based on combined data from emergency room visits, hospitalizations, and death, boys ages 0–4 years had the highest incidence rates of TBI (Faul et al., 2010). Grauwmeijer E, Heijenbrok-Kal M, Peppel L, et al. Journal of Medical Speech-Language Pathology, 15, xv–li. Majidi S, Makke Y, Ewida A, Sianati B, Qureshi AI, Koubeissi MZ. Neuropsychologia, 44, 1468-74 [43, 44, 45, 46], According to a report from the US Department of Veterans Affairs and Boston University, 87 of 91 deceased former players for the National Football League (NFL) (96%) who donated their brains for study were found to have CTE (although the donors had, prior to death, expressed concern that they might have CTE and so may have had a higher proportion of the disease than does the overall population of former NFL players). An appropriate workup to evaluate GU symptoms and rule out infection is indicated. Factors influencing outcome following mild traumatic brain injury in adults. Qualitative Health Research, 10, 1413–1426. Med Clin North Am. Chest. [Medline]. The American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine, Brain Injury - Interdisciplinary Special Interest Group set up a Disorders of Consciousness Task Force to conduct a systematic review of assessment scales for DOC (Disorders of Consciousness) and establish recommendations for use in clinical settings. Togher, L., McDonald, S., Tate, R., Power, E., & Rietdijk, R. (2013). In a study by Kraus and colleagues of 235 patients, the symptoms most commonly reported 6 months after mild TBI were fatigue (43%), weakness (43%), memory deficits (40%), headache (36%), and dizziness (34%). SLPs in all settings need to work closely with youth, family, school-based professionals, employers, and community members to plan and facilitate transitional supports. 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