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The Central Nervous System Injury (CNSI) Surveillance Project is funded by the Kentucky Traumatic Brain Injury Trust Fund Board under the Cabinet for Health and Family Services Department of Aging and Independent Living. Its purpose is to track cases of traumatic brain injury, spinal cord injury, stroke, and acquired brain injury as defined by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and Kentucky Revised Statues (KRS 211.470).

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Central Nervous System Injury in Kentucky (2021)

This report presents basic data about emergency department (ED) visits, hospitalizations, and hospital deaths for the calendar year 2021 for central nervous system injuries (CNSI), which include traumatic brain injuries (TBI), non-traumatic brain injuries (NTBI), spinal cord injuries (SCI) and cerebrovascular disease (stroke).

Central Nervous System Injury in Kentucky (2020)

This report presents basic data about emergency department (ED) visits, hospitalizations, and hospital deaths for the calendar year 2020 for central nervous system injuries (CNSI), which include traumatic brain injuries (TBI), non-traumatic brain injuries (NTBI), spinal cord injuries (SCI) and cerebrovascular disease (stroke).

Central Nervous System Injury in Kentucky (2019)

This report presents basic data about emergency department (ED) visits, hospitalizations, and hospital deaths for the calendar year 2019 for central nervous system injuries (CNSI), which include traumatic brain injuries (TBI), non-traumatic brain injuries (NTBI), spinal cord injuries (SCI) and cerebrovascular disease (stroke).