Incidence of Delayed Intracranial Hemorrhage in Children After Uncomplicated Minor Head Injuries

  title={Incidence of Delayed Intracranial Hemorrhage in Children After Uncomplicated Minor Head Injuries},
  author={M. Hamilton and M. Mr{\'a}zik and D. Johnson},
  pages={e33 - e39}
  • M. Hamilton, M. Mrázik, D. Johnson
  • Published 2010
  • Medicine
  • Pediatrics
  • OBJECTIVES This study sought to determine the incidence of delayed diagnosis of intracranial hemorrhage in the general population and the proportion of children who presented to emergency departments (EDs) with uncomplicated minor head injuries who received delayed diagnoses of intracranial hemorrhage. [...] Key MethodThis was an 8-year, retrospective, cohort study of children <14 years of age who presented to EDs in the Calgary Health Region between April 1992 and March 2000.Expand Abstract
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