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AN UNPRECEDENTED RISE IN ACCIDENTAL HEAD INJURIES IN CHILDREN DUR-ING 2020 LOCKDOWN PHASE OF COVID SARS COV 2 PANDEMIC
Dr. Sake Manju Vani*, Dr. Bela Verma, Dr. Amin Kaba, Dr. Anjali Pawar and Dr. Priya Chavan
Background: Head injury is a noteworthy cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide, especially in the paediatric age group. It is a common reason for presentation to emergency departments but the majority (80% to 90%) of head injuries are mild. Aim: To elucidate the types of head injury, the intervention given, the course of illness in the hospital and the outcome. Method: The study was conducted for a period of six months among 21 children who had head injury and below the age 14 during the lockdown period. History of head injury, classification based on the type of injury, stages of sensorium and intervention required was noted. Results: Among the 21 subjects, 7 were below 2 years and 14 above 2 years. 11 were males and 10 females. Details of type of injury were noted. Seven needed ventilation and the mortality was 2 out of the 21 subjects.[Full Text Article]