Pediatric Trauma

William E. Hauda II Epidemiology

TraumaBesuscitation, Priorities

Airway

CervicalSpine Breathing

Circulation Disability

Exposure prehospital, ‚ÄěConsiderations

PostresuscitationPriorities Secondaryjurvey

Stabilization

Referraltp ‚Äěpediatric.Center Transpo.rtation

Management oLIMu.ri.es HeadTrauma

SpinalTrauma

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AbdomiinaLTraMma

Burns

Chapter References

Trauma is the leading cause of death and disability in children over 1 year of age. The most common reason for injury is a motor vehicle crash. Because children have different anatomy and physiology, the management of injuries in children differs is some respects compared with adults. Knowledge of these differences is crucial for emergency physicians to provide expedient and effective care to injured children. Many injuries can be initially managed in a general hospital emergency department (ED), but care of the most seriously injured children requires prompt triage and transportation to a designated pediatric trauma center.

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