Trauma 1

Wednesday 12th December, Ondaatje Theatre

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09.00 - 09.10 Introduction

09.00 - 09.35 Thoughts on the future of haemorrhage control in trauma care - Professor Todd Rasmussen

 

09.35 - 10.00 Urological injuries - Mr Davendra Sharma

  • Q1: What are the most important injuries?
  • Q2: How do guidelines guide management?
  • Q3: What do non-urologists need to know?

 

10.00 - 10.25 Aortic injury - Dr Sophie Hamada

  • Q1: How do we diagnose it?
  • Q2: What are the traditional treatments?
  • Q3: What new treatment techniques are available?

 

10.25 - 11.00 Thoughts on treating traumatic hypotension: harnessing the intrathoracic pump - Professor Keith Lurie

 


11.00 - 11.25 Coffee Break


 

11.25 - 11.45 Penetrating Trauma - Mr Duncan Bew

  • Q1: What are the common injury patterns?
  • Q2: Which operations are required?
  • Q3: What injuries are best for non-surgical management?

 

11.45 - 12.05 Knife crime: the policing perspective - Mr John Sutherland

  • Q1: What is the UK perspective of knife crime?
  • Q2: Who are the victims and perpetrators?
  • Q3: What are the most promising prevention strategies?

 

12.05 - 12.25 Anticoagulants in trauma patients - Professor Beverly Hunt

  • Q1: What is the scope of the problem?
  • Q2: What are the best reversal strategies?
  • Q3: What solutions are likely in the near future?

 

12.25 - 13.00 Pharmacological approaches to traumatic bleeding: Heal without steel? - Professor Karim Brohi

 


13.00 - 14.00 Lunch Break


 

14.00 - 14.30 Pro-Con Debate - eFAST - All in the past?

Professor Karim Brohi (Chairing) , Dr Jim Connelly and Professor Tim Harris 

14.40 - 15.30 Peter Baskett Lecture - The journey to extended preservation resuscitation in humans - Professor Sam Tisherman

 


15.30 - 16.00 Coffee Break


 

16:00 - 16:30 A legal service for trauma patients - Dr Andy Eynon

  • Q1: How do they work?
  • Q2: What are the benefits?
  • Q3: How to avoid pitfalls?

 

16:30 - 17:00 Forensic aspects of Major incidents - Professor Guy Rutty

  • Q1: How do the medical forensic aspects work after an incident?
  • Q2: How have recent incidents been managed?
  • Q3: What lessons can be learned?

17:00 - 17:30Endovascular resuscitation techniques in trauma - Professor Jim Manning

  • Q1: What is currently possible?
  • Q2: What are the results of efforts to date?
  • Q3: What does the future hold?

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