Relation of repeated low-level blast exposure with symptomology similar to concussion.

@article{Carr2015RelationOR,
  title={Relation of repeated low-level blast exposure with symptomology similar to concussion.},
  author={Walter Carr and Elena Polejaeva and Anna Grome and Beth Crandall and Christina R. LaValle and Stephanie E. Eonta and Lee Ann Young},
  journal={The Journal of head trauma rehabilitation},
  year={2015},
  volume={30 1},
  pages={47-55}
}
OBJECTIVE To investigate anecdotal reports suggesting that repeated exposure to low-level explosive blast has myriad health impacts, including an array of neurological effects. PARTICIPANTS A total of 184 anonymous survey respondents from military and nonmilitary law enforcement populations (135 exposed to occupational blast and 49 controls). DESIGN Survey of self-reported history of occupational exposure to repeated low-level blast (breaching blast) and symptomology similar to concussion… CONTINUE READING
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