Printable list of all the trauma SAQs
Immersion submersion and drowning: resuscitation and outcomes
The morbidly obese trauma patient
Immersion submersion and drowning
MRI vs CT for C-spine imaging in the unconscious ICU patient
Abdominal compartment syndrome
Resuscitative endovascular balloon occlusion of the aorta
Haemostatic resuscitation: how to reduce the use of PRBCs
Initial assessment of the burns patient
Positioning and immobilisation of the trauma patient
Fluid resuscitation for the burns patient: causes of shock
Fat embolism syndrome
Analgesic techniques for multiple rib fractures: discussion of options
Penetrating neck injury
High voltage electrical injury
Causes of shock in burns: a variant of causes of shock in trauma
Retrieval and management of a patient with a cerebral arterial gas embolism
Fat embolism syndrome (differential diagnosis and investigations)
Fluid resuscitation for the burns patient
Two weird rare trauma issues: traumatic asphyxia and resuscitative thoracotomy
High voltage electrical injuries. Also, a little about rhabdomyolysis.
Haemostatic resuscitation: the Lethal Triad and tranexamic axid
Heat stroke, broadly (pathophysiology, diagnosis, management, prognosis)
Management of the pregnant trauma patient
Fluid resuscitation of the burns patient
Radiology in trauma: sella turcica fracture and pituitary injury
Positioning and immobilisation of a critically ill trauma patient
The morbidly obese multi-trauma patient
Radiology in trauma: merits of CT in blunt abdominal trauma
Features suggestive of airway burns. Also, generic management of a burns patient.
Immediate management of drowning
Important clinical features in the management of a burns patient
The pregnant trauma patient: "management issues"
Physiologic consequences of burns: specifically, the effects on ventilation and gas exchange.
Management options for haemorrhagic shock due to pelvic fracture
Clinical signs of fat embolism
Base of skull fracture
Causes of shock in a trauma patient. Also, use of TTE in assessment of shock states.
Permissive hypotension, haemostatic resuscitation and damage control surgery.
Management of the patient with burns; also airway burns.
Thoracic epidural vs. PCA: analgesic techniques for multiple rib fractures
Management of a burns patient: classification of burns and estimation of %BSA
Management of a burns patient
Primary tertiary and secondary survey: diaphragmatic rupture and the utility of a rectal exam.
Acute management of the drowned patient.
Damage control surgery: definition and anticipated complications.
Analgesic techniques for multiple rib fractures: advantages and disadvantages of thoracic epidural
The pregnant trauma patient: "special considerations"
Fat embolism syndrome.
Pathophysiology and clinical features of smoke inhalation injury.
Regional anaesthesia in the ICU: "outline the role"
Primary tertiary and secondary survey: ICU care after damage control surgery
Primary tertiary and secondary survey: multi trauma
Haemorrhagic shock due to pelvic fracture: angioembolisation vs. surgery
The pregnant trauma patient: specific investigations
The pregnant trauma patient: initial management
Secondary survey in trauma; following damage control surgery.
Primary tertiary and secondary survey: Initial management
Analgesia options: specifically analgesic techniques for multiple rib fractures.
Emergency management of severe trauma: a generic approach
Primary tertiary and secondary survey: investigations after the primary survey
Primary tertiary and secondary survey: Initial assessment
Airway burns: mechanisms, symptoms, management.
Consequences of hypothermia
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