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Trauma Nursing To Go

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Podcast by Sandra Larson

Latest Episodes

Episode 8 - Mass Casualties

You are in the middle of your shift when suddenly your department gets a call there has been a mass casualty and your hospital needs to prepare to take the victims. How are we going to get through this? Find out in Episode 8 – Mass Casualties

11 MIN2019 NOV 26
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Episode 8 - Mass Casualties

Ep 7 - External Hemorrhage

What do you do if you are in the center of a mass casualty like a bombing or shooting? Let's talk about how to save lives no matter where you are!

6 MIN2019 APR 20
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Ep 7 - External Hemorrhage

Episode 6 - Trauma Systems

Why do trauma systems matter to you when you're just minding your own business working at the bedside?

8 MIN2019 MAR 2
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Episode 6 - Trauma Systems

Episode 5 - Spinal Immobilization

Mary is in a rollover MVC at freeway speeds. She self-extricated and insists she has no neck or back pain. Can we take Mary at face value or do we need to be concerned for a possible spinal cord injury and immobilize her?

9 MIN2018 JUL 28
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Episode 5 - Spinal Immobilization

Episode 4 - The Trauma Team

While playing football, John takes a direct blow to the crown of his helmet and falls to the ground. When the training staff and coaches approach him, they realize he can't move his arms or his legs. What team of professionals does John need to stabilize and recover from this catastrophic event? Listen to Episode 4 - The Trauma Team to find out!

6 MIN2018 JUL 20
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Episode 4 - The Trauma Team

Episode 3 - Mechanism of Injury (MOI)

You are back for another shift in the ER when EMS rings down that they are bringing in a 70 year old female who sustained an unwitnessed fall with a head laceration and a Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) of 12. Meanwhile, there is banging on the ambulance door where staff now find an approximately 20 year old male who is unresponsive with blood soaking through his clothes. We now have two trauma patients with very different problems. Will knowing the story behind the injuries help us figure out what's wrong? Find out in Episode 3 - Mechanism of Injury (MOI)

6 MIN2018 JUL 13
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Episode 3 - Mechanism of Injury (MOI)

Episode 2 - The Trauma Survey

You are working in the ER when EMS calls in: They are transporting two teenagers involved in a high speed motor vehicle collision (MVC). How do we prioritize and assess these patients? Listen to Episode 2 to find out- The Trauma Survey.

9 MIN2018 JUL 7
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Episode 2 - The Trauma Survey

Episode 1 - Introduction

Welcome to Trauma Nursing To Go! This is an educational podcast for nurses and any other interested health care provider. A little about me and what to expect in upcoming episodes. This is my work in progress- Thanks for listening!

3 MIN2018 JUL 7
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Episode 1 - Introduction
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Latest Episodes

Episode 8 - Mass Casualties

You are in the middle of your shift when suddenly your department gets a call there has been a mass casualty and your hospital needs to prepare to take the victims. How are we going to get through this? Find out in Episode 8 – Mass Casualties

11 MIN2019 NOV 26
Comments
Episode 8 - Mass Casualties

Ep 7 - External Hemorrhage

What do you do if you are in the center of a mass casualty like a bombing or shooting? Let's talk about how to save lives no matter where you are!

6 MIN2019 APR 20
Comments
Ep 7 - External Hemorrhage

Episode 6 - Trauma Systems

Why do trauma systems matter to you when you're just minding your own business working at the bedside?

8 MIN2019 MAR 2
Comments
Episode 6 - Trauma Systems

Episode 5 - Spinal Immobilization

Mary is in a rollover MVC at freeway speeds. She self-extricated and insists she has no neck or back pain. Can we take Mary at face value or do we need to be concerned for a possible spinal cord injury and immobilize her?

9 MIN2018 JUL 28
Comments
Episode 5 - Spinal Immobilization

Episode 4 - The Trauma Team

While playing football, John takes a direct blow to the crown of his helmet and falls to the ground. When the training staff and coaches approach him, they realize he can't move his arms or his legs. What team of professionals does John need to stabilize and recover from this catastrophic event? Listen to Episode 4 - The Trauma Team to find out!

6 MIN2018 JUL 20
Comments
Episode 4 - The Trauma Team

Episode 3 - Mechanism of Injury (MOI)

You are back for another shift in the ER when EMS rings down that they are bringing in a 70 year old female who sustained an unwitnessed fall with a head laceration and a Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) of 12. Meanwhile, there is banging on the ambulance door where staff now find an approximately 20 year old male who is unresponsive with blood soaking through his clothes. We now have two trauma patients with very different problems. Will knowing the story behind the injuries help us figure out what's wrong? Find out in Episode 3 - Mechanism of Injury (MOI)

6 MIN2018 JUL 13
Comments
Episode 3 - Mechanism of Injury (MOI)

Episode 2 - The Trauma Survey

You are working in the ER when EMS calls in: They are transporting two teenagers involved in a high speed motor vehicle collision (MVC). How do we prioritize and assess these patients? Listen to Episode 2 to find out- The Trauma Survey.

9 MIN2018 JUL 7
Comments
Episode 2 - The Trauma Survey

Episode 1 - Introduction

Welcome to Trauma Nursing To Go! This is an educational podcast for nurses and any other interested health care provider. A little about me and what to expect in upcoming episodes. This is my work in progress- Thanks for listening!

3 MIN2018 JUL 7
Comments
Episode 1 - Introduction
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