CT in Acute Trauma

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CT in Acute Trauma

The use of diagnostic imaging in medicine has changed with the advancement of technology – now faster, more detailed and more available. Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) provides clear criteria for plain film assessment but the guidance on CT scanning in acute trauma is defined less well and depends upon national guidelines and local protocols. There has been a marked increase in the use of CT across the spectrum of trauma patients.

Citation: Rad H, Tristan Cassidy J, Halloran EO, Zellweger R (2013) CT in Acute Trauma: Observations from a Level One Trauma Centre in Western Australia. J Trauma Treat 2:158.

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