Trauma Care Conference UK – March 2017 – Major Trauma in the ED

My second day at Trauma Care this year was mostly spent in the Major Trauma in the ED stream.  I took some notes, which I have expanded on and reported here, on the off-chance that someone might find it useful.  Caution - If I have misrepresented anything, please do let me know and I will …

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Patient transfer devices – care in and out of hospital

In the early days of our major trauma centre, when the network was in its relative infancy there was a noticeable lack of standardisation.  Patients would be brought to us from distance as close as a few hundred yards, or over a hundred miles on 'spinal boards', with occasional use of scoop stretchers. With time, …

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It’s time to get back into blogging…

A long while ago, I tinkered with blogging, before getting distracted with real life, getting a proper job and then the rapid responsiveness of Twitter. My old blog http://drgreenway.blogspot.com was an attempt at explaining life as a junior anaesthetist.  I tried writing a little clinical education work back then, well before the #FOAMed explosion, and found …

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