Screening for TBI in Military Personnel (STBIMP) - military deployment post-event worse symptom type

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Screening for TBI in Military Personnel (STBIMP) - military deployment post-event worse symptom type
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NINDS
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Type of result that happened to the participant, or was told happened to the participant, immediately after any of those above events, as a part of Screening for TBI in Military Personnel (STBIMP).
Registration Status:
Qualified

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Value List
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Value Code Name Code Code System Code Description
Memory problems or lapses Memory problems or lapses Memory problems or lapses
Balance problems or dizziness Balance problems or dizziness Balance problems or dizziness
Ringing in the ears Ringing in the ears Ringing in the ears
Sensitivity to bright light Sensitivity to bright light Sensitivity to bright light
Irritability Irritability Irritability
Headaches Headaches Headaches
Sleep problems Sleep problems Sleep problems

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Screening for TBI in Military Personnel (STBIMP) - military deployment post-event worse symptom type
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Did any of the following problems begin or get worse after the event(s) you noted?
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Question Text

Designations:

Definition:
Type of result that happened to the participant, or was told happened to the participant, immediately after any of those above events, as a part of Screening for TBI in Military Personnel (STBIMP).
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DoD Instruction 6490.03, "Deployment Health," August 11, 2006 Hoge CW, McGurk D, Thomas JL, et al. Mild traumatic brain injury in U.S. Soldiers returning from Iraq. New England Journal of Medicine. Jan 2008;358(5):453-63. Vasterling JJ, Proctor SP, Amoroso P, Kane R, Heeren T, White RF. Neuropsychological outcomes of Army personnel following deployment to the Iraq war. Journal of the American Medical Association. 2006;296(5):519-529. Schell TL, Marshall GN. Survey of Individuals Previously Deployed for OEF/OIF. In Tanidian T and Jaycox LH (Eds.) Invisible Wounds of War: Psychological and Cognitive Injuries, Their Consequences, and Services to Assist Recovery. Santa Monica, CA, Rand Corporation, 2008, 87-115. Schwab KA, Ivins B, Cramer G, Johnson W, Sluss-Tiller M, Kiley K, Lux W, Warden D, Screening for traumatic brain injury in troops returning from deployment in Afghanistan and Iraq: initial investigation of the usefulness of a short screening tool for traumatic brain injury. J Head Trauma Rehabil, 2007 (22): 377-89. Donnelly KT, Donnelly JP, Dunnam M, Warner GC, Kittleson CJ, Constance JE, Brandshaw CB, Alt M, Reliability, sensitivity, and specificity of the VA traumatic brain injury tool, J Head Trauma Rehabil, 2011 (26): 439-453.

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NLM
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CJJYHG__FHs
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3.1
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NINDS
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C05447
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3
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BRICS Variable Name
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STBIMPMilDeplyPstEvtWrsSympTyp
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