Trauma Care

The Trauma care focus on care delivered at fixed facilities like clinics and hospitals in which unlike most emergency room patients, the trauma patients require highly specialized care, including surgery and blood transfusions. Prehospital emergency care systems addresses prehospital trauma care at the scene and in route to fixed facilities. There are different levels of trauma care that refer to the kinds of resources available in a trauma center. These are the categories defining national standards for trauma care hospitals. A Level I Trauma Center is capable of providing total care for every injury aspect from prevention through physical medicine and rehabilitation. Level II Trauma Centre initiates definitive care for all injured patients. A Level III Trauma Center provides prompt assessment, resuscitation, intensive care, surgery, and stabilization of injured patients and emergency operations. A Level IV Trauma Center has demonstrated to provide advanced trauma life support and A Level V Trauma Center provides initial evaluation, diagnosis, and stabilization. Airway mismanagement is known to cause pre-hospital deaths in patients. Simple techniques used for establishing and maintaining airway management are jaw thrust maneuver and use of nasopharyngeal and oro airways. Other technique introduced from Trauma Center Verification which is an evaluation process done by the American College of Surgeons to evaluate and improve trauma care.

 


  • Environment Control
  • Hemorrhage
  • Levels Of Trauma
  • Airway Management
  • Diagnosis And Monitoring
  • Emergency Trauma Care

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