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Coaches and players are encouraged cards with their cards with their athletic gear for easy access. Broadcast public service announcements on radio stations nationwide. – ‘Coaches and parents need the greatest care, the need to understand when returning younger athletes to the game that will have experienced a concussion,’said Jeffrey Kutcher, chairman of the American Academy of Neurology’s Sports Neurology Section and also director of the University of Michigan neuroscience sport program. ‘Rushing to this part of the process lead to a serious setback or worsen the injury. If you suspect for any reason an athlete concussion, remove the athlete from the game and be sure the athlete is carefully by a person in a concussion trained trained as a neurologist.TheseICE Guidelines to Early Detection of Chronic Kidney Disease Will Save Lives, UK.

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