Trauma 2

Thursday 13th December, Ondaatje Theatre

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09.00 - 09.10 Introduction

09.10 - 09.35Head injury - Professor Mark Wilson

  • Q1: How do we diagnose it?
  • Q2: What should we do after diagnosis?
  • Q3: Are we always right?

 

09.35 - 10.00Trauma anaesthesia - Dr Dan Nevin

  • Q1: One size fits all or tailored approach?
  • Q2: Which drugs?
  • Q3: In ED or wait until theatre?

 

10.00 - 10.25 The Zero mortality vision - Dr Rod MacKenzie

  • Q1: What is it?
  • Q2: How does it translate to trauma care?
  • Q3: In which areas might it be possible?

 

10.25 - 11.00Trauma critical care: Thoughts on what really makes a difference - Professor Sam Tisherman

 


11.00 - 11.25 Coffee Break


 

11.25 - 11.45 Trauma surgery outside the MTC - Professor Karim Brohi

  • Q1: How can we maintain skills in occasional operators?
  • Q2: Operate or transfer?
  • Q3: DCS as a temporary solution?

 

11.45 - 12.05 Pelvic injury - Dr Sophie Hameda

  • Q1: Which injuries bleed?
  • Q2: What non-operative managements save lives?
  • Q3: What are the results of endovascular interventions?

 

12.05 - 12.25 Hepatobiliary trauma - Professor Kjetil Soreide

  • Q1: Which injuries cause most concern?
  • Q2: What can the non-specialist surgeon do?
  • Q3: What can the specialist surgeon do?

12.25 - 13.00 Bronze Care for Silver Trauma in the Golden Hour? - Professor Chris Moran

 


13.00 - 14.00 Lunch Break


 

14.00 - 14.30 Prehospital trauma in the Canadian Bush - Professor Peter Brindley

 

14.40 - 15.30 Keynote Address - Thoughts on trauma surgery in conflict zones - Professor Andreas Wladis

 


15.30 - 16.00 Coffee Break


 

16.00 - 16.30 Chest trauma - Mr Doug West

  • Q1: What is the current state of rib fixation?
  • Q2: What is the best management for bronchopleural fistula?
  • Q3: What are the timelines for thoracic interventions in the multitrauma ITU patient?

 

16:30 - 17:00 Remote trauma care - Andrew Pearce

  • Q1: What pre-hospital services are required?
  • Q2: How can timelines be managed?
  • Q3: Can quality care be delivered?

 

17:00 - 17:30 Quickfire trauma

  • Fentanyls – another factor to consider in the trauma population? - Dr Mark Byers
  • Whole blood resuscitation – an old concept revisited - Dr  Anne Weaver
  • Trauma airway management: It’s all wrong - Professor Peter Brindley

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