Trauma is an epidemic. It is globally the biggest killer in young people.This talk will outline the current deficits that exist in alerting and turning on the system in major trauma. I will outline how technology can not alone improve this but also improve response, add extra resources and moreover improve communication from roadside through to the resuscitation room.
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Let’s talk about Cambodia. Let’s talk to a Cambodian man born in Australia as a result of war. Let’s talk about what one asylum seeking family has given back to both countries. Sometimes curiosity can take you on an expected journey. Sometimes a mixture of fortune and fate (if such things truly exist) throw opportunities at your feet, though you […]
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You’ve been resuscitating the patient for hours and finally caught up with volume. You come back on your next shift only to find your colleague has been diuresing them all day. What the heck were they thinking!?! This normal response to colleagues when they miss the mark clinically gets in the way of improving their—and our—performance. It’s natural to judge, […]
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