Annals of Emergency Medicine - Intoxicated Patients

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Lisa Chavez, RN and Kathy Garvin, RN
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Sean G., M.D. -

would like to hammer home that any intoxicated pt "found down" with even minor head trauma I believe u should head CT. These people as stated are prone to CNS bleed, and often look "just drunk" and if they do have even minor signs of head trauma and had to be woken up to get in ambu, it is probably not the time to save on radiation or expense. If u are in a busy ER these people can get overlooked and left to sit a while which is a bad situation.

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