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Grading System Flawed When It Comes To Concussion Issues

from the Philadelphia Daily News,

Gagne is at fault for rushing back to the ice. The Flyers are for allowing him to do so, especially since there is growing sentiment within the medical community over whether the NAN guidelines are too lax. Two international conferences in this decade, organized by the International Hockey Federation and the International Olympic Committee, concluded that any multitiered grading system is flawed because it seeks to assess severity before all symptoms surface.

“First of all, it doesn’t matter how many,” Lindros said. “It’s the severity.”

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Filed in: NHL Teams, Philadelphia Flyers, | KK Hockey | Permalink
  Tags: concussions, eric+lindros, philadelphia+flyers, simon+gagne

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