Norm-Based Cutoffs as Predictors of Prolonged Recovery After Adolescent Sport-Related Concussion (2021)
This retrospective review of previous concussion patients examined whether or not results for diagnostic testing would also provide information about the length of recovery. The researchers found that when considering the patient’s sex, previous medical history, and clinical testing, they could predictor which patients would take longer than 28 days to recovery with 88% accuracy.
Outside Collaborators: Mohammad N. Haider, Justin R. Mason, and Philip Schatz
Clinical Collaborators: Todd Hewitt