Part 1: We discuss the primary survey and approach to airway
Managing the obstructed airway:
Part 2: We discuss the approach to breathing assessment in trauma
Needle thoracostomy for tension pneumothorax:
Managing the open pneumothorax
Part 3: We discuss circulation, disability and exposure in trauma
Delivering a painful stimulus
How to log roll
Part 4: We discuss the secondary survey in trauma
Part 5: We discuss the Canadian CT head rule and the Canadian c-spine rule in trauma
Trauma – Flipped Classroom Summary
In the first video we’ll look at the anatomy of the neck. It is important to know what structures are contained within so you know what may be damaged.
Once you know what is potentially damaged, how do you work it up?
Here’s a few videos on the management of trauma, starting with the primary and secondary survey and then two examples of management of the patient with chest trauma.
Trauma Primary Survey
Trauma Secondary Survey
Blunt Chest Trauma
Penetrating Chest Trauma
Trauma approach and management at Life in the Fast Lane (with video example of OSCE)