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