This study investigates the characteristics of post-traumatic amnesia (PTA), which is the recovery period that follows head injuries. It explains that memory restoration is the last stage in the process of acquiring complete consciousness. In addition, the study examines the screening method used to identify PTA. Symptoms that indicate PTA may include unreliable memory, disorientation, and fatigue. Moreover, the investigation explores the management approach used during the recovery process. The PTA management requires the presence of a consistent nursing team to create and maintain a supportive, quiet, and low-stimulating environment.
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