Kloke valg

Unngå CT-undersøkelse av voksne ved lette hodeskader med lav risiko.

4. JULI 2018

Brekninger eller forbigående bevissthetstap er ikke i seg selv indikasjon for CT. Økt risiko omfatter: Glasgow Coma Scale < 13 (moderat hodeskade), GCS: 14-15 og en av de følgende: posttraumatisk epilepsianfall, fokale nevrologiske utfall, tegn til skallebrudd, shuntbehandlet hydrocephalus eller koagulasjonsforstyrrelse/antikoagulasjonsbehandling (lett hodeskade – høy risiko) eller GCS 14-15 og alder >65 år og platehemmende medisiner (lett hodeskade – middels risiko)

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