Services that help people with emergency conditions are called as emergency care or trauma care. In fact, people with emergency conditions or have ever experienced serious or emergency condition will have trauma. However, there are still many people who do not understand about some things related to it including trauma care management. Therefore, it is very important to discuss about it. If you want to know more, you can pay attention to the discussion in this article below.
Key Components of Trauma Care
This topic also relates to trauma care assessment. First, we will talk about the key components. There are 5 keys that I can share. The first is airway maintenance. The second component is ventilation and breathing. Then, circulation also belongs to one of the key components. The next key component is disability like neurological status. The last key component is environment control and exposure. These components are very important to know so that they become key components.
Trauma Care Management Survey
One of the most important things in relation to trauma care is the aim to treat missed injuries. This is possible to happen. For example is multiply injured broken pinkie of motorcycle. It is very easy to miss during the assessment. So, you have to be as careful as possible. Besides, it is also important to ensure that there is no injury and relevant co morbidities. It also relates to immediate management for potential life threats. Anyway, it is very important to know in relation to trauma care management.
Environmental Control and Exposure Involved
Talking about emergency care management, it also relates to environmental control as well as exposure involved. It includes exposing the patients while maintaining thermostasis. Besides, it also includes considering log-rolling the patients. Lastly, it includes areas where life treating injuries potentially can be missed such as skin folds, Axillae, perineum, buttocks, back, and back of head. What to keep in mind is that cutting patient’s clothes is not mandatory so that you have to think before.
Management of Circulation
In relation of circulation management with haemorrhage control, there are 2 controls to do. The first is external bleeding where it can be managed with tourniquets, direct pressure, or by tying off vessels. For major haemorrhage & ultimate damage control, it does not require surgery. That is all about trauma care management. Actually there are still many things to discuss related to it. Hopefully this will be useful.
Description: Trauma care management relates to many things such as key components, survey, Environmental Control and Exposure Involved, and management of circulation.