APPROACH TO TRAUMA. Waseem A Abu- Jamea MD ,SBEM, AbEM Program Director KSMC Deputy chairman ED KSMC. Objectives . Demonstrate concepts of primary and secondary patient assessment Establish management priorities in trauma situations Initiate primary and secondary management as necessary
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Waseem A Abu-Jamea
MD ,SBEM, AbEM
Program Director KSMC
Deputy chairman ED KSMC
How do we evaluate the airway?
What are the names of these signs?
How do you treat this?
Is this patient lying or upright?
What disease process does this indicate?
What should this injury make you worry about?
Blood from spleen
Spleen with surrounding
Trace the Diaphragm
Outline. Where is the
Diaphragm on the left?
Up in the chest on the
Mesenteric and bowel injury from blunt abdominal
trauma. Notice the bowel and mesenteric disruption.
Liver and kidney
Free fluid in Morrison's
Pouch between liver and