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Association between Fatigue, Severity of Injury, Duration of Injury, and Underlying Factors

The consequences of fatigue are many-fold and can present significant barriers to recovery. Estimates of the prevalence of fatigue among individuals with traumatic brain injury living in the community are estimated to range between 50% and 80%. This study will expand upon the current literature and correlate the fatigue experienced by individuals at least one year post-TBI, with potential contributing factors: concurrent medications, sleep patterns, endocrine findings, affective symptomatology, activity patterns and limitations, and substance use.

Registry Project Number: 469
Lead Investigator: Bushnik, T
Lead Center for Project: Santa Clara Valley Medical Center
Collaborating Investigators: Englander, J, Wright, J
Expected Completion: 07/01/2007
Type: Local
Status of Project: Latest Information Shown

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