2011 guidelines for field triage of injured patients chapter 16
Download
1 / 29

2011 Guidelines for Field Triage of Injured Patients Chapter 16 - PowerPoint PPT Presentation


  • 121 Views
  • Uploaded on

2011 Guidelines for Field Triage of Injured Patients Chapter 16. Objectives. Review the importance of accurate field triage Review the history of the American College of Surgeons Field Triage Decision Scheme Discuss changes in the 2011 Guidelines for Field Triage of Injured Patients

loader
I am the owner, or an agent authorized to act on behalf of the owner, of the copyrighted work described.
capcha
Download Presentation

PowerPoint Slideshow about ' 2011 Guidelines for Field Triage of Injured Patients Chapter 16' - consuela-arcelia


An Image/Link below is provided (as is) to download presentation

Download Policy: Content on the Website is provided to you AS IS for your information and personal use and may not be sold / licensed / shared on other websites without getting consent from its author.While downloading, if for some reason you are not able to download a presentation, the publisher may have deleted the file from their server.


- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - E N D - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Presentation Transcript
2011 guidelines for field triage of injured patients chapter 16

2011 Guidelines for Field Triage of Injured PatientsChapter 16


Objectives
Objectives

  • Review the importance of accurate field triage

  • Review the history of the American College of Surgeons Field Triage Decision Scheme

  • Discuss changes in the 2011 Guidelines for Field Triage of Injured Patients

  • Review CDC educational initiatives for the 2011 Guidelines for the Field Triage of Injured Patients


Published january 2012 available for free at www cdc gov fieldtriage
Published: January 2012Available for FREE at:www.cdc.gov/Fieldtriage


10 leading causes of death by age group united states 2008
10 Leading Causes of Death by Age Group, United States - 2008

Source: National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Web-based Injury Statistics Query and Reporting System. Ten Leading Causes of Death, 2008..


“If you are severely injured, care at a Level I trauma center, rather than a nontrauma center, lowers your risk of death by 25%.”

“If you are severely injured, care at a Level I trauma center, rather than a nontrauma center, lowers your risk of death by 25%.”

Source: MacKenzie EJ, Rivara FP, Jurkovich GJ, et al. A national evaluation of the effect of trauma-center care on mortality. N Engl J Med. 2006 Jan 26; 354(4):366-78.


History of the decision scheme
History of the Decision Scheme center, rather than a nontrauma center, lowers your risk of death by 25%.”

  • The American College of Surgeons-Committee on Trauma (ACS-COT) developed guidelines to designate “trauma centers” in 1976

    • Set standards for personnel, facilities, and processes necessary for the best care of injured persons

  • Studies showed mortality reduction in regions with trauma centers


History of the decision scheme1
History of the Decision Scheme center, rather than a nontrauma center, lowers your risk of death by 25%.”

  • National consensus conference in 1987 resulted in first ACS field triage protocol, the “Triage Decision Scheme”

  • The Decision Schemeserves as the basis forfield triage of traumapatients in most EMSsystems in the U.S.


History of the decision scheme2
History of the Decision Scheme center, rather than a nontrauma center, lowers your risk of death by 25%.”

  • The Decision Scheme has beenrevised five times (1990, 1993,1999, 2006, 2011)

  • In 2005-2006 the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), with support from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), convened the National Expert Panel on Field Triage

  • In 2011 the Panel reconvened to review and update the 2006 Guidelines


National expert panel on field triage
National Expert Panel on Field Triage center, rather than a nontrauma center, lowers your risk of death by 25%.”

  • Membership

    • National leadership, expertise, and contributions in the realm of injury prevention and control

  • Members

    • EMS Providers and Medical Directors

    • Emergency Medicine Physicians and Nurses

    • Trauma Surgeons

    • Public Health

    • Federal Agencies

    • Automotive Industry


National expert panel on field triage1
National Expert Panel on Field Triage center, rather than a nontrauma center, lowers your risk of death by 25%.”

  • The role of the Expert Panel is to:

    • Periodically review the Decision Scheme

    • Ensure criteria are consistent with existing evidence

    • Ensure criteria are compatible with advances in technology

    • Make necessary recommendations for revision


2011 guidelines for field triage of injured patients
2011 Guidelines for Field Triage of Injured Patients center, rather than a nontrauma center, lowers your risk of death by 25%.”


Clarification and explanation
Clarification and Explanation center, rather than a nontrauma center, lowers your risk of death by 25%.”

Purpose

Utilization

Guidelines “name”

Literature and experience

Future research


Step 1 physiologic criteria
Step 1: Physiologic Criteria center, rather than a nontrauma center, lowers your risk of death by 25%.”

Step 1: Physiologic Criteria


Step 1 2011 changes
Step 1: 2011 Changes center, rather than a nontrauma center, lowers your risk of death by 25%.”

  • Modified

    • Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) from <14 to GCS < 13.

  • Added

    • Or need for Ventilatory Support


Step 2 anatomic criteria
Step 2: Anatomic Criteria center, rather than a nontrauma center, lowers your risk of death by 25%.”


Step 2 2011 changes
Step 2: 2011 Changes center, rather than a nontrauma center, lowers your risk of death by 25%.”

  • Modified

    • Crushed, degloved, mangled, or pulseless extremity

    • Chest wall instability or deformity (e.g. flail chest)

    • Penetrating injuries to head, neck, torso and extremities proximal to elbow or knee

    • Amputation proximal to wrist or ankle


Step 3 mechanism of injury criteria
Step 3: Mechanism of Injury Criteria center, rather than a nontrauma center, lowers your risk of death by 25%.”


Step 3 2011 changes
Step 3: 2011 Changes center, rather than a nontrauma center, lowers your risk of death by 25%.”

Modified

High-risk automobile crash


Step 4 special considerations
Step 4: Special Considerations center, rather than a nontrauma center, lowers your risk of death by 25%.”


Step 4 2011 changes
Step 4: 2011 Changes center, rather than a nontrauma center, lowers your risk of death by 25%.”

  • Modified

    • Older adults

    • Anticoagulation and bleeding disorders


Step 4 2011 changes1
Step 4: 2011 Changes center, rather than a nontrauma center, lowers your risk of death by 25%.”

  • Removed

    • End-stage renal disease requiring dialysis

    • Time sensitive extremity injury


Management of the trauma patient
Management of the Trauma Patient center, rather than a nontrauma center, lowers your risk of death by 25%.”

Rapid Transport

Minimize Scene Time

Scoop and Run (Procedures en-route)

Do NOT stay and play

Trauma Alert to Receiving Hospital of condition of patient

Scene time < 10 minutes (Not including extrication delays)


Decision scheme layout
Decision Scheme Layout center, rather than a nontrauma center, lowers your risk of death by 25%.”

  • Modification

    • Changed layout of theguidelines

    • Modified specificlanguage of thetransition boxes


Education initiative
Education Initiative center, rather than a nontrauma center, lowers your risk of death by 25%.”

  • CDC, in collaboration with partners and experts, has developed FREE educational tools:

    • Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Reports (MMWR) Recommendations and Reports Guidelines for Field Triage of Injured Patients: Recommendations of the National Expert Panel on Field Triage (includes continuing education opportunity)

    • Implementation guide for EMS leaders

    • Large decision scheme poster- available in color

      and black & white (size: 17 x 22 inches)

    • Small decision scheme poster - available in color

      and black & white (size: 8.5 x 11 inches)

    • Badge (size: 2.5 x 3.5 inches)

    • Pocket card (folded size: 2.5 x 6 inches)

    • Implementation guide fact sheet

    • Online course developed with the University of Michigan

    • SmartPhone application


Endorsing organizations partial listing
Endorsing Organizations center, rather than a nontrauma center, lowers your risk of death by 25%.” (Partial Listing)


Endorsing organizations partial listing1
Endorsing Organizations center, rather than a nontrauma center, lowers your risk of death by 25%.” (Partial Listing)

With concurrence from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration


References
References center, rather than a nontrauma center, lowers your risk of death by 25%.”

National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Web-based Injury Statistics Query and Reporting System. Ten Leading Causes of Death, 1999-2004.

MacKenzie EJ, Rivara FP, Jurkovich GJ, Nahens AB, Frey KP, Egleston BL, Salkever DS, Scharfstein DO. A national evaluation of the effect of trauma-center care on mortality. N Engl J Med. 2006 Jan 26; 354(4):366-78.

Division of Injury Response, National Center for Injury Prevention and Control, CDC. Guidelines for field triage of injured patients: recommendations of the national expert panel on field triage, 2011. Atlanta, Georgia. MMWR Recomm Rep. 2012 Jan 13;61(RR-1):1-20.

Large Cost Savings Realized From The 2006 Field Triage Guideline: Reduction in Overtriage in U.S. Trauma Centers. Faul M, Wald MM, Sullivent EE, Sasser SM, Kapil V, Lerner EB, Hunt RC. Prehosp Emerg Care.   2011 Oct 18. [Epub ahead of print]


Find the plan to save lives and money at www cdc gov fieldtriage
Find the plan to save lives and money at: center, rather than a nontrauma center, lowers your risk of death by 25%.” www.cdc.gov/Fieldtriage


ad