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Little Isabella Vallance died of a traumatic head injury suggestive of being severely shaken at the family home in Stanley Close in December 2012.
5 times less likely to sustain a traumatic head injury.
With infinite patience, he tells her his name is Ben, that he's her husband of 14 years and that she's suffering from amnesia caused by a traumatic head injury years before, which means she wakes up every day remembering nothing.
With infinite patience, the man tells her his name is Ben, that he's her husband of 14 years and that she's suffering from amnesia, caused by a traumatic head injury years before that means she wakes up every day remembering nothing.
If a patient has a cardiac arrest or a traumatic head injury, it is the first few minutes after the incident that determine the outcome - life, death, or long-term brain injury," says Mr Wilson.
Greenwood was speaking at the launch of a study, in which it found that people who had suffered a traumatic head injury were three times as likely to die prematurely as those who had not, the report added.
She had suffered a subdural skull fracture to her skull which pathologist, Dr Richard Knights, described as a traumatic head injury.
A traumatic head injury of this nature can be expected to leave a child with long-term needs.