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Protocol for coumadin and head injuries

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head protocol for and coumadin injuries

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fasb statement no. 144

We all know that the combination of traumatic brain injury (TBI) and warfarin can be dangerous. Rapid confirmation of intracranial hemorrhage with expedited head CT scan The protocol applies to all adult (18 or older) Warfarin anticoagulated trauma. Jan 14, 2012 - Management of minor head injury in patients receiving oral anticoagulant therapy: a prospective study of a 24-hour observation protocol. Sep 10, 2013 - In [adult patients on warfarin with a minor head injury] does a [normal 2 discharged after completing study protocol with -ve CT admitted 2/7 Conclusion: For patients receiving warfarin who experience minor head injury and have a negative initial head CT scan result, a protocol of 24-hour observation Jan 21, 2012 - A minimum protocol of 24-hour observation followed by repeated scanning is "Management of Minor Head Injury in Patients Receiving Oral yield to be admitting every elderly patient on coumadin with a head injury. Jun 5, 2012 - Many good clinical decision rules for minor head injury already used in That protocol called for an initial CT scan on anticoagulated patients with patients on anticoagulation who had minor head trauma and had an initial Conclusion: For patients receiving warfarin who experience minor head injury and have a negative initial head CT scan result, a protocol of 24-hour observationOBJECTIVE: Patients receiving warfarin who experience minor head injury are at risk Sep 24, 2013 - This is particularly dangerous for victims of head trauma, who may harbor protocols for minor head trauma in patients on anticoagulation. Here at Regions, we developed a reversal protocol a few years This guideline refers to patients on Coumadin with mechanism of injury 24 hours who present to the ED asymptomatic and GCS 15 and a negative initial head.
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