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Quiz: Are you prepared to treat patients with suspected TBIs?

Test your knowledge of intra-axial injuries, central herniation, subarachnoid hemorrhage and more


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EMS providers will care for a large number of individuals with traumatic brain injuires; do you know all the signs?

Read EMS1 columnist and Inside EMS co-host Kelly Grayson’s article, “Woke up dead: A review on traumatic brain injuries,” and then test your knowledge with our quiz below.

Leave your score in the comments and see how you stack up against others.

Rachel Engel is an award-winning journalist and the senior editor of and In addition to her regular editing duties, Engel seeks to tell the heroic, human stories of first responders and the importance of their work. She earned her bachelor’s degree in communications from Cameron University in Lawton, Oklahoma, and began her career as a freelance writer, focusing on government and military issues. Engel joined Lexipol in 2015 and has since reported on issues related to public safety. Engel lives in Wichita, Kansas. She can be reached via email.

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