We don not admit simple linear skull fx. Only if they have other injuries or suspected abuse
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> On Jan 16, 2015, at 3:47 PM, Rick Place <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
> The specialists at our institutions believe that all isolated skull
> fractures should be admitted for observation overnight.
> Are there large institutions who have a policy (formal or informal) which
> permit discharge of an isolated skull fracture in a well appearing infant
> (or older child) with a good story and no intracranial issues?
> Rick Place
> Fairfax VA
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