Our Trauma Care Webinars are a great way to learn bite sized information in the comfort of your own home. Either take part in the interactive live event with key questions and answers or catch up with the recordings when you subscribe.
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Closed Chest Compressions in Traumatic Cardiac Arrest – Good, Bad or Indifferent
Presented by Dr. Sarah Watt
Wed 8th July 2020 at 8pm
***LIVE EVENT ONLY***
The purpose of the talk is to stimulate debate regarding the utility of closed chest compressions in the context of cardiac arrest due to severe hypovolaemia.
The talk will focus on presenting the data from a pre-clinical study that compared the use of closed chest compressions alone or in conjunction with fluid therapy to fluid therapy alone in a model haemorrhage induced cardiac arrest.
Explosions cause injury by a variety of different mechanisms. Some (a few) are ‘special’ to blast, whilst others such as blunt and penetrating injuries can also be seen in other circumstances. This lecture looks briefly at the forces in an explosion that cause injury and describes the traditional classification of blast injury according to the forces that caused them. It then goes on to look at examples of specific injuries and combination of injuries, their pathophysiology and finally implications for resuscitation.
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Trauma Care was founded in 1996 to address the need for commonly agreed standards of best clinical practice in the management of trauma. We aim to improve the outcome of the trauma victim by establishing best practice throughout the whole chain of care. We achieve this through education, research and publishing. No other organisation encompasses the diverse specialities involved in care of trauma victims from the moment of injury, to the return to active life.