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If trauma is associated with loss of consciousness
that is uncertain or very brief( few seconds only), irritability( now resolved), behavioral changes if any, scalp
hematoma( particularly nonfrontal), the risk of clinically important traumatic brain injury
is approximately 1 percent for a child with at least one of these criteria. Multiple or worsening symptoms or signs likely put the child at greater risk than an isolated finding. If immediate CT is deferred for these patients, we suggest observation for four to six hours to ensure no progression of clinical findings that warrant CT.
If there is vomiting
even after several hours after trauma it is significant, consult your doctor if you notice any of symptoms mentioned above.
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