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The prime focus of this sqadia.com medical video lecture is on the management of trauma patient. This V learning lecture elucidates about the pre-hospital management, initial assessment along with the various aspects of hospital management. Additionally, secondary survey trauma, examination of face and abdomen and imaging has also been considered. Moreover, pain management via intravenous and inhalational analgesia along with definitive care has been explicated.
Initially, the aetiology of major trauma and various modes of death have been delineated. Following this, sequence of management, safety on the scene along with the immediate actions and triage has been shed light upon. Conclusively, triage sieve and triage sort has been discussed.
Primarily, assessment and ARM approach has been brought under consideration. Moving ahead, awareness, recognition of injuries and management has been highlighted. Moreover, airway, breathing and circulation has been explicated. In the end, extrication and immobilization has been mentioned.
This section started off by a mention of organization, ATLS concept and initial assessment. In addition to this, primary survey and resuscitation along with the cervical spine control has been shed light upon. Furthermore, disability, Glasgow Coma Score (GSC) alongside palpable pulses at various blood pressures has been expounded. Towards the end, the section has been concluded by presenting about the arterial blood gases and urethral catheter.
Secondary Survey Trauma
In the beginning, the components of secondary survey and history has been conversed about. Furthermore, examination of face, neck, chest and abdomen has been presented. Additionally, examination of limbs and neurology has been discussed. This section has been summed up by drawing our attention towards the imaging techniques encompassing X-rays, MRI, CT scans and ultrasound.
Management of pain can be done via various methods. Initially, intravenous and inhalational analgesia has been shed light upon. Subsequently, nerve blocks and intra and interhospital transfer has been talked about in-detail. Definitive care, however, has been explained in the end.