LegalView Learns of High-Tech Doll Aiding in Traumatic Brain Injury Research in Australia and Informs Readers of Other Resources To Sufferers

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LegalView learns of high-tech doll in Australia that is helping scientists learn the after effects of traumatic brain injury. LegalView continues to provide the most up-to-date news on TBI as well as treatments, jury verdicts and scientific research studies to help victims of this accident.

Users of LegalView's traumatic brain injury (TBI) information portal recently learned of a high-tech doll that is helping Australian researchers uncover the affects of TBI in victims of shaken baby syndrome. The forensic medicine department at the University of Oslo recently developed a baby doll that helps them better understand how an infant is affected after a brain injury accident.

TBI is a common injury adversely affecting Americans each day in this country. In addition to this, thousands of infants are also affected by TBI. TBI as a result of shaken baby syndrome among infants is extremely preventable and the best prevention of this is through awareness. For more information on TBI among infants or if you or anyone you know has been previously affected by TBI, use LegalView's brain injury accident portal to find side effects of TBI as well as treatments and how to locate an experienced brain injury law firm.

The doll allows researchers to use the built in technology and determine the stress on the brain that an infant would endure after a brain injury accident. According to researchers at the university, it is important to determine the medical results of what actually occurs to an infant with brain damage from shaken baby syndrome so that it is easier to develop legal cases against aggressive individuals responsible for brain damage in a child.

Additionally, LegalView provides several legal information portals ranging from mesothelioma cancer to all-terrain vehicle (ATV) accidents to Nephrogenic Systemic Fibrosis (NSF). Users can find information on mesothelioma cancer as well as what causes it, potential treatments and how to best develop mesothelioma litigation or how to locate an attorney specializing in asbestos who can offer consultation on potential legal cases.

Resources found on the ATV information portal include how to prevent an ATV rollover accident and what to do if one occurs. Knowing what ATV models are faulty and which ones have been recalled is the best way to prevent injuries from an ATV accident that can include brain damage, loss of limbs and death. For more information on how to protect yourself from an ATV accident, use LegalView's ATV portal to learn more and to find an ATV law firm.

Also use LegalView's site to learn more about NSF. NSF is a rare disease that is incurable, similar to mesothelioma, which is usually associated with the use of gadolinium. Gadolinium is a chemical dye that is used in magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) and magnetic resonance angiography (MRA) tests for individuals with kidney disease. NSF is a painful illness that causes the body's skin to become thick and harden. Other symptoms of NSF include the appearance of large red scabs and eventually the skin thickens so much that the use of limbs and appendages becomes to difficult and therefore an NSF patient is in a sense partially paralyzed. If you or anyone you know suffers from kidney disease and may have been exposed to gadolinium dye, it is important to contact a doctor as well as to find an expert NSF lawyer.

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