Trauma Series Episode 7: The deteriorating patient

Trauma Series Episode 7: The deteriorating patient
Episode seven of our Trauma series - The deteriorating patient 
Presented by Dr. Halden Hutchinson-Bazely, HEMS and Intensive Care Medicine Doctor
Tuesday 9th July 2024
Via Zoom
- Please note you will be emailed the joining link 24 hours before the session.

Join us for Episode 7 of our Trauma Series Webinar as we delve deeper into critical intervention scenarios.
After successfully extricating the patient, the situation takes a sudden turn, necessitating Rapid Sequence Intubation (RSI).

We'll dissect the implications of the Crash-3 study, and the application of Tranexamic Acid (TXA) in isolated head injuries. Explore the nuanced decision-making process behind RSI, including the selection of pharmacological agents, and understand the pivotal role paramedics play in facilitating this life-saving procedure. 

  We're thrilled to welcome back our esteemed guest speaker, Dr. Halden Hutchinson-Bazely, (also known as Hutch), an experienced HEMS and Intensive Care Medicine Doctor.
Hutch will also be joined by Steve Poulton, Paramedic advisor, College of Paramedics and Carl Smith, Head of Clinical Development Emergency and Critical Care, College of Paramedics.
This comprehensive series focuses on a compelling clinical case, delving into its multifaceted aspects to enrich your knowledge and skills. Spanning critical domains such as clinical decision-making, extrication techniques, pharmacology nuances, primary and secondary surveys, and collaborative joint agency efforts, each episode offers an immersive learning experience. 

  At the heart of every session is a distinguished guest speaker – either a firsthand witness to the case or an authority in the respective field. Their insights provide invaluable context, real-world perspectives, and expert guidance.

This engaging series, spread across several months with monthly episodes, is available for free to all College members. Aspiring to elevate your expertise, this webinar journey empowers you to excel in trauma care and interprofessional collaboration, ensuring you are well-prepared to tackle the complexities of real-world scenarios head-on. 

Episodes one to five are now available to watch back on the CPD hub.
Episode six, Pharmacological interventions: managing patient’s needs, is taking place on Tuesday 18th June and available to book HERE

Members of the College of Paramedics FREE
Non-members £20

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09/07/2024 10:00 - 11:00