‘You’re probably going to die’: The biggest fear for doctors after a traumatic brain injury

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More from Business Insider:The most common cause of death in children under five is brain trauma, and the number of children who have died from this is growing every year.

And as this data shows, a major risk factor for brain injury is not the actual injury itself but rather the underlying brain disorder.

And while there is no cure for brain trauma itself, there is hope for those with brain injury that can help them live better and have a better quality of life.

Here are 10 of the most common causes of death among children under 5:A concussionA blow to the headA traumatic brain insultA heart attackThe number of kids who have been diagnosed with a traumatic injury and died from it rose from 15 in 2016 to 34 in 2017, according to a new report.

And the number who died from a stroke increased from 2,907 to 4,717 over the same period.

The rise in these causes of deaths can be explained in part by the fact that a child who is suffering from a traumatic head injury is more likely to have a stroke than a child with a concussion.

It’s not only that children who suffer a traumatic concussion often die later, but the severity of their injuries means they are more likely not to survive long-term.

There are also risks associated with head injuries that are not apparent until they are too late.

For example, it’s not uncommon for a child’s head to bleed from a broken jaw or a fractured skull, which is usually accompanied by a mild or moderate headache.

These symptoms can mask other brain injuries and cause problems with speech and movement.

Brain injuries are also more likely when a child is exposed to more noise than usual, which can cause them to lose their balance and fall.

And for some children, their head injuries are so severe that they require additional care, such as a brace or an eye mask.

In some cases, it can be very difficult to distinguish between these injuries and traumatic brain injuries.

There is no specific treatment for brain injuries, and many people have difficulties recognizing and diagnosing them.

So it’s important to know what causes these injuries.

This chart shows the causes of all of the child deaths identified in 2017.

Source Business Insider In 2017, there were 1,837 children under the age of five who died as a result of a traumatic or brain injury, according the report.

The majority of those deaths were associated with a stroke or heart attack.

There were 1.3 million children who suffered a traumatic heart attack, and nearly half of those were associated to a stroke.

And 2.2 million children suffered a stroke and a traumatic traumatic brain concussion.

There have been over 200,000 reported brain injuries in children, according a new analysis of the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention data.

These are the causes:There are many different types of traumatic brain trauma and a significant number of different types are associated with different types and degrees of injuries.

However, there are two main types of brain injury: traumatic head trauma and traumatic cerebral injury.

Torture is a combination of traumatic events with brain damage, and traumatic head injuries include strokes, strokes with mild cerebral injury, strokes associated with mild or severe head injury, and strokes that result in death.

Injuries caused by brain injury are typically seen in children of all ages.

There has been a huge rise in the number and severity of traumatic head, neck, and spine injuries in recent years.

Toxic brain injury and traumatic neck injuries are common in children who live in homes with young children, but are more prevalent in older children and adults.

These injuries can lead to brain damage and death in as little as five to 10 years.

Brain injury can be caused by many different sources.

It can be a result from a trauma to the brain itself, such the impact of a car crash, a traumatic blow to a child, a blow to another child, or even a child hitting their head on a table or wall.

Brain damage can also be caused when a person is struck by a car, or an electrical current in the brain.

These kinds of injuries can be treated with medication, which reduces symptoms and helps to control symptoms, or by surgery to relieve symptoms.

In many cases, the injury is a result only of an accident, such a collision or fall.

The most commonly seen types of injury are head injuries, such strokes and brain trauma.

Head injuries can also cause a wide range of other symptoms.

Treatment for brain damage includes surgery, neurosurgery, and medications.

Treating brain injuries requires specialized training, equipment, and care.

The following is a list of the types of injuries that occur most frequently in children with traumatic brain damage:Head injuriesIn the US, a number of injuries are associated specifically with head trauma, including strokes, head injuries associated with brain injuries (such as strokes and strokes with severe head injuries), and