Main Outcome Measures
List of abbreviations:LOC (loss of consciousness), MTBI (mild traumatic brain injury), PTA (posttraumatic amnesia), SGI (Saskatchewan Government Insurance)
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Supported by the Saskatchewan Government Insurance . The funder was not involved in the design or preparation of the study protocol, or in the management of the project, analysis or interpretation of data, or the preparation of the final article.
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