AHRQ: 39,000 school-age kids treated for sports-related concussions at emergency departments On the subject of 39,000 school-age kids were treated for sports-related concussions at hospital emergency departments in 2008 – around 90 % of most emergency visits for that condition, according to the latest Numbers and News from the Agency pertaining to Healthcare Research and Quality. Children ages 14 to 18 represented 58 % of the emergency visits treated for a sports-related concussion, 17 % were between your age of 11 and 13 , 7 % were 6 to a decade old , and 8 % had been 19 to 23 years old . Over fifty % of all patients did not lose consciousness.A central committee whose people were unaware of study-group assignments adjudicated all of the primary-outcome events, strokes, transient ischemic attacks, major bleeding, target-vessel revascularization, and stent thromboses. Detailed outcome definitions have been reported previously13 . ST-segment resolution and angiographic outcomes were reported by investigators. Primary laboratory analyses of angiographic and electrocardiographic data are ongoing rather than yet available. The angiographic primary laboratory assessed thrombus quality in a subgroup of sufferers for quality assurance; details of this process can be found in the Supplementary Appendix.