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Evacuation Guidelines. Wilderness Medicine University of Utah School of Medicine. Evacuation Guidelines. Evacuation statistics are not kept. Evacuation Guidelines. Evacuation statistics are not kept Small injuries such as a blister on a foot can require “evacuation.”. Evacuation Highlights.
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Departure Guidelines Wilderness Medicine University of Utah School of Medicine

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Evacuation Guidelines Evacuation measurements are not kept

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Evacuation Guidelines Evacuation insights are not kept Small wounds, for example, a rankle on a foot can require "clearing."

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Evacuation Highlights A considerable measure of the rules are designed for the patients capacity to ambulate. Foot wounds Hand wounds Frostbite on the feet Cramps

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Evacuation Highlights Some rules figure out whether the patient\'s damage will intensify with time. Helping Seizures issue Burns Trauma

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Evacuation Highlights Some rules are intended for a patients capacity to eat and drink. Cramping Nausea Vomiting

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Evacuation Highlights Some rules figure out whether the patient\'s harm is life debilitating. Conceivable ectopic pregnancy Sepsis Skull cracks Heart assault Difficulty breathing

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Evacuation Plan Patient is the main thought: Type of damage? Is the patient stable? (ABCDE\'s) Can they walk or help with departure? Is it true that they are probably going to end up more regrettable or more hard to empty if clearing is deferred?

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Evacuation Plan What hardware is important/accessible? Will EMS be reached? How far to closest offer assistance? Which course is quickest? Are there ecological constraints to quick clearing?

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18 year old male in camp 3 hours from help Cramping left sided torment for 6 hours, intensifying No temperature Minor guarding Patient can eat Evacuate? No stun, patient can eat, torment on left side, torment has been under 24 hour, no blood is found in stool, no fever Probably can watch Symptom Evacuate?

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22 year old female with lower stomach torment for 2 hours Sexually dynamic Sharp torment, guarding Retains index No fever Day 3 of a Grand Canyon stream trip Risk of ectopic pregnancy. Need to empty Symptom Evacuate?

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35 year old male Epigastric agony for 24 hours Unable to eat or drink well for 12 hours 12 hour rucksack from help The patient can\'t eat, this is a sign for clearing. Torment for 24 hours in another sign. Will his eating improve? Symptom Evacuate?

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35 year old female epileptic has a seizure while on a rafting trip in Cataract Canyon. She is not harmed. It has been 3 years since her last seizure. All that is most likely vital is to twofold her seizure medication. She could be viewed. Symptom Evacuate?

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18 year old female encounters "seizure like" action. She didn\'t harm herself. No past experience. She is at day 5 on a 18 day trek still low in the Himalaya. New onset seizure action warrants clearing. Symptom Evacuate?

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A 16 year old male climbing is bit in the hand by a shake wind. Clear Symptom Evacuate?

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45 year old male hopping on Denali in Alaska creates sunned shortness of breath and different indications of HAPE. Empty to lower height promptly. It is possible that patient can proceed with the outing. It relies on how high he should climb. Symptom Evacuate?

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A 54 year old female gets a shallow and halfway thickness smolder over the palms of both hands while on day 3 of a 6 day waterway stumble on the Salmon River. The patient has smolders which may make utilizing her hands troublesome. Clearing from this region is hazardous. Symptom Evacuate?

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A 54 year old female gets a halfway thickness blaze over the palms of both hands, arms and face while on day 3 of a 6 day stream stumble on the Salmon River. The blazes cover around 10% of the body, and now include confront. The patient should be cleared. Symptom Evacuate?

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A 65 year old man is in the Wind River on a rucksack outing when he encounters indications of what you believe is a TIA? As per the rules he ought to be emptied, how emanantly relies on his capacity to walk, and so on. Symptom Evacuate?

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A youthful 14 year old kid is bit by a dark dowager arachnid while climbing King\'s Peak. (1 day from help) Venomous creepy crawly nibbles ought to be emptied. Symptom Evacuate?

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A 60 year old man with no cardiovascular history and no hazard elements had mid-section torment while on an angling trip – a 4 hour stroll from offer assistance. The man must thought to have some cardiovascular issues and should be emptied some way. Symptom Evacuate?

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A 21 year old male manages a profound injury to the arm close to the shoulder while outdoors on the John Muir trail in California. Draining is controlled. This man ought to be emptied Symptom Evacuate?

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A 21 year old male while on a rucksack, maintains a shallow injury to the wad of his right foot making it exceptionally difficult for him to walk. This is a dangerous injury. He most likely should be emptied essentially in light of the fact that he can not walk. Symptom Evacuate?

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