“The test works by measuring the levels of proteins, known as UCH-L1, and GFAP, that are released from the brain into blood and measured within 12 hours of the head injury. Levels of these blood proteins can help predict which patients may have intracranial lesions visible by CT scan, and which won’t.”
Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado
The Brain Injury Alliance of Colorado is the go-to resource for help and services for survivors of an injury to the brain, their families and providers.
BIAC is looking for dynamic speakers who are experts in content related to Brain Injury and Behavioral Health. Individuals interested in presenting at our 2018 Conference are invited to submit a proposal.
Having health insurance is the new normal for most Coloradans. Colorado has managed to maintain its historic level of coverage despite political uncertainty and rising insurance premiums.
Head over to our new page listing all upcoming and current free classes and workshops around the state!
CDC’s Injury Center has developed a mobile game app on concussion safety for children aged 6 to 8. Through a futuristic world of galactic racing adventures, children can learn the benefits of playing it safe and smart!