New angles in the crisis room administration of fundamentally harmed patients: A multi-cut CT-arranged consideration cal.

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New viewpoints in the crisis room administration of fundamentally harmed patients: A multi-cut CT-situated consideration calculation Intern: 盧彥廷

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Introduction "Brilliant hour"- Cowley Surgical consideration amid the principal hour is absolutely critical to build the odds of survival. Numerous harmed patients could be spared if draining could be ceased and pulse settled amid the primary hour of stun. Treatment of the genuinely harmed ought to dependably be viewed as a period basic procedure.

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Introduction Lethality in polytrauma can be diminished by diminishing the season of treatment. Time taken to finish symptomatic tests and start authoritative treatment is much of the time said under the watchful eye of truly harmed patients .

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Introduction Goal ( of this calculation) : Reduction of essential treatment time-(1)Elimination of excess analytic studies (beginning ultrasound and plain film radiography) (2) The utilization of multi-cut CT scanners Time taken to recognize life-undermining wounds

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Methods Tools : Multi-cut CT(16 cuts) into injury room Victims(severity of the mishap): High speed street car crashes associated with having genuine wounds (Injury Severity Score [ISS]>15).

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Methods Provision of consideration : (1)Transfer patient to crisis vehicle (2)anaesthesia group and injury specialist In the injury room: (1)a brief examination of the uncovered patient is made by the injury specialist, (2)patient is put onto the gantry of the CT table, which is particularly intended for this reason Further estimation Arrange to surgery or other treatment Transferred to ICU care

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Methods Obvious life-debilitating A,B or C issue Resuscitative liquid A non-contrast CT of the head is done initially, trailed by a differentiation medium upheld winding CT.

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Results: Duration: Jan-Dec 2004 Patient: 139 patients(30male/109female) Mean age:42.2 y/o Mean ISS: 26.93

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Results: Length of stay in the injury room : (from the season of patient landing in the facility up to migrating thepatient to the working room or ICU) decreased from 87 min (own information from 2000 and 2001) to 38 min (S.D. 19.1) all things considered.

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Discussion Diagnosis of a basically harmed understanding: (1 ) life-debilitating wounds (2)relevant brokenness undermining organ injuries (3)systemic trouble Structured and time-basic system Multiple cut CT(ER-CT)

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Discussion Benefit of this algorthim: ( 1)time saving: just requiring 2-4 min (CT filter) 45-60min(total time) ( 2)quality of CT picture is superb (3)Elimination the need to move persistent (4)Parallel contribution of all division

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Discussion Radiation dosage? (fundamental radiologic finding versus ER-CT ) (1)Many traditional X-beams can be kept away from with quick CT (2)Newer era CT scanners can get high determination pictures at much lower complete radiation and difference dosages than beforehand required.

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Discussion Phase ZERO ( preceding entry of the patient cautioning the injury room group) (1)preparation of CT and injury room hardware (2)Availability of surgical limit. Stage ONE (1)receiving the patient in the crisis vehicle, (2)continuation of treatment started by the crisis specialist, (3)application of life-sparing measures (if vital), (4)brief physical examination (ABCDE-ATLS1).

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Discussion Phase TWO (1)complete CT diagnostics with difference medium, and ought to take roughly 4 min. Stage THREE (1)Combines progressing sedative consideration (begin of intrusive monitoring,resuscitation and adjustment measures) (2)Review of the analytic data by the radiologist and injury specialist (3)planning of essential helpful strategies.

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Discussion Phase FOUR (1) surgery is started and if surgery is not required the patient is exchanged to the ICU .

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Conclusion Rapid and complete beginning CT finding decreases the period of time in the injury room extraordinarily, and ought to significantlyimprove clinical results. An essential for the work of the idea presented is the joining of a multi-cut CT into the injury room, changing it into a \'\'one stop shop\'\' for finding and treatment.

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ABBREVIATED INJURY SCALE(AIS) : The Abbreviated Injury Scale (AIS) is an anatomical scoring framework initially presented in 1969. AIS is checked by a scaling advisory group of the Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine. Wounds are positioned on a size of 1 to 6 , with 1 being minor, 5 extreme, and 6 a nonsurvivable damage. It speaks to the \'danger to life\' connected with a harm.

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Injury seriousness score(ISS) The Injury Severity Score (ISS) is an anatomical scoring framework that gives a general score to patients with different wounds. Every damage is doled out an AIS and is assigned to one of six body locales (Head, Face, Chest, Abdomen, Extremities (counting Pelvis), External). Just the most elevated AIS score in every body area is utilized.

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Injury seriousness score(ISS) The 3 most extremely harmed body districts have their score squared and included to deliver the ISS score. The ISS score takes values from 0 to 75. In the event that a damage is allocated an AIS of 6 (unsurvivable harm), the ISS score is naturally alloted to 75. The ISS score is for all intents and purposes the main anatomical scoring framework being used and associates straightly with mortality, dreariness, healing facility stay and different measures of seriousness. Its shortcomings are that any blunder in AIS scoring builds the ISS mistake.

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Injury seriousness score(ISS)

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