Scientific Program

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Day 2 :

Trauma Congress 2018 International Conference Keynote Speaker Francesca Giovannini photo
Biography:

Francesca completed her D.Phil at Oxford University (2009-2012) in the Department of Politics and   ternational Relations with a thesis that explores the role of regional powers in designing and influencing regional nuclear policies. She was a 2012-2013  postdoctoral fellow at CISAC, and became a CISAC affiliate in September 2013.
 

Abstract:

Introduction: Fractures of the pelvis represent a relatively rare entity, but the increasing incidence, along with the characteristics of high morbidity and mortality associated with it, make them an important chapter in traumatology. Pelvic fractures are generally due to high-energy traumas more often due to car accidents (70-80%), falling (10-30%), crushing trauma (5-10%). Therefore, a pelvis injury should be considered as an important traumatic index, as long as any associated lesions (central nervous system injuries and visceral lesions) can be ruled out. The overall incidence of fractures of the acetabulum has, despite introduction of higher safety standards in cars, not undergone significant changes. The incidence ranges at about three patients/100,000/year The occurrence is bimodal, in fact we observe two age peaks of patients suffering from acetabular fractures. Young patients suffer from acetabular fractures due to high energy trauma (e.g. motor vehicle accident, sporting injury, etc.), this has to be distinguished from elderly patients suffering from low energy trauma (e.g. drops, falls). ORIF is considered standard care for most fractures of the acetabulum, including fractures in the elderly.

Materials and Methods: Starting from our experience in politrauma patients, we performed a meta-analysis of the recent literature with the aim to compare ilioinguinal approach versus Stoppa approach.

Discussion: We first decided inclusion and exclusion criteria. We searched the studies in PubMed, Cochrane, EMBASE and CHINAL databases. We selected the studies according to inclusion criteria. Then, we performed the meta-analysis.

Trauma Congress 2018 International Conference Keynote Speaker Krongdai Unhasuta photo
Biography:

Krongdai Unhasuta has her expertise in organizing a trauma system. She is BDMS Trauma Network Program Manager who monitor standardize trauma care of 42 private hospitals in Thailand.

Abstract:

The first 10 minutes protocol have been developed in Thailand for resuscitation care the injured patients at the emergency room (ER). The protocol was undertaken in three phases. Phase I: a 12 trauma network hospitals survey of the initial care and trauma treatments of the first 10 minutes at the resuscitation area; Phase II: development of the first 10 minute protocol; Phase III efficiency study with trauma nurses in ER representing Level I, Regional, Community, and Rural facilities. The protocol consisted of resuscitation management, traumatic shock detection and management, and 13 flowcharts of trauma care with a content validity index (CVI) of 1.00 and internal consistency (Cronbach’s ) of 0.98. As part of a larger study of 112 trauma nurses in ER, all participants satisfied this protocol regarding helpful to prevent traumatic shock, reduce time in saving life, care the injured patients systematically, and eliminate error. The other findings found that 88 trauma nurses provided narrative responses to questions: the protocol reflected good practice, ensured organized teamwork; and promoted optimal care for the severe injured patients. This study is significant to improving trauma nursing practice in Thailand and other countries.

Trauma Congress 2018 International Conference Keynote Speaker Pongtorn Kietdumrongwong photo
Biography:

Dr. Pongtorn Kietdumrongwong took care of the patient and helped coordinating with physicians from various departments and wrote the paper. Dr. Thiravat Hemachudha was consulted during the pre-terminal phase in the intensive care unit and analyzed clinical specimens for rabies RNA detection and wrote the paper.

 

Abstract:

Trauma registries (TRs) represent an integral role in the assessment of trauma quality. TRs are standardize database containing of variables to ensure outcome of trauma systems. Bangkok Dusit Medical Services Public (BDMS) is the network of 42 private hospitals in Thailand to handle emergency accident situation 24 hours began a process to develop BDMS trauma registries. BDMS trauma registries consisted of all quality indicators followed performance improvement and patient safety of resources for optima care of the injured patient 2014 and Royal College of Surgeons of Thailand. Outcomes measurement of BDMS trauma registries contained of 18 key performance indicators (KPIs) which focus of clinical results from prehospital care to discharge. Analysis of the first utilization of 10 Trauma Center Level II hospitals, all 18 KPIs can be assessed trauma center operation and measured trauma performance. However the redesign TRs was important to develop for more socially relevant outcomes, provided strong indicators, and produced graphical performance improvement reports. The results of this studies demonstrated appropriateness of standardizing trauma monitoring, significant quality assurance for trauma care, and sustainable tool for trauma performance improvement.