- SW Consult for all
- State specifically that you are concerned for NAT in the chart
- Report when appropriate to the correct county
- Get CMP to look at LFTs to detect unexpected abdominal injury. Include Ca and Phosphate in those with fracture.
- Consider inpatient MRI instead of CT in young normal acting infants to rule out shearing injury.
- If the patient may have acute hemorrhage or any abnormal CNS signs then get the CT scan, MRI may be used as an adjunct later if needed
- Consider coagulation panel and platelet function tests