Reference

Purpose

Study Design

Population (Where Appropriate)

Comments

Eligible

Located

Enrolled (Response Rate)

Bryant and Harvey, 1999a

Influence of mild TBI on acute stress disorder, PTSD

Prospective

222 patients admitted during 10-mo period; 79 patients with TBI, 92 without TBI included in study; at 6-mo followup, 63 (80%) mild-TBI patients, 71 (77%) non-TBI patients eligible

 

Harvey and Bryant, 2000

Relationship between acute stress disorder and PTSD after MTBI

Prospective

2-year assessment of mild-TBI study population from Bryant 1998; 50 mild-TBI patients captured (63% retention rate from original population, 79% retention from 6-mo population)

 

Bryant and Harvey, 1999b

PTSD, PCS

Prospective

145 of admitted patients during study period; 46 mild-TBI patients, 59 no-TBI patients captured at 6-mo assessment (83% of eligible sample)

 

Reference

Eligible Population

Type of Study or Methods

Date(s) of Enrollment

Subgroup (n= Eligible Subjects)

Contacted or Located (% of Eligible)

Responded or Enrolled (Response Rate)

Comments

University of Washington Longitudinal Traumatic Brain Injury Studies

Behavioral Outcome in Head Injury, McLean et al., 1993

Consecutively admitted adults to Level I trauma center at Harborview; subjects met following criteria: any period of loss of consciousness, PTA for at least 1 h, or other objective evidence of head trauma; injury had to require hospitalization; age range, 15–60 years; patients with preexisting conditions excluded; 102 friend controls included in study

Prospective cohort

1980–1982

102

 

 

English-speaking adults; enrolled at time of injury and prospectively followed to 1 year; of 102 enrolled and examined at 1 month, 97 examined at 1 year



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