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Most healthcare professionals will have seen the classical whiplash Clinical assessment of the individual patient must be made in injury associated with this type of impact. Low back injury is also the context of what the casualty was doing at the time of the injury associated with the impact. A jockey in a horse race if the car they are in is fitted with a tow bar, because the force of the may well be tachycardic and tachypnoeic from physical exertion. If a rider has a respiratory rate of 30/minute at first contact, dropping to 22 by 3 minutes after the incident Motorcyclists and then increasing again to 26 by 5 minutes, these subtle changes Motorcyclists often also have three impacts. They will tend to rise up off the bike and essential if these trends are to be detected. They then progress rapidly to a second impact Method of extrication wherever they land, and their organs are forced to a halt a fraction of a second later. The Fire Service needs clinical support in determining the most appropriate method of extrication in relation to two key elements: time frame and route. This requires the prehospital provider to Pedestrians understand what can and what can’t be achieved by the firefighters. It is traditionally said that adult pedestrians turn away from an If the patient is time critical, in order to achieve a rapid extri- oncoming car whereas children turn towards it. This does not cation, compromises may have to be made with regard to spinal appear to be evidence based. Not all patients can travel by air Several times a year the emergency services attend accidents and ambulance, but it may be preferable to an ambulance ride down leave without assessing all the casualties. Casualties have been evacuated from railways from a vehicle, or someone who has staggered from the scene to on board trains, from river banks in passing boats and even on collapse later. Consider the route before you take the patient Contralateral head injury along it. Intrathoracic or Right hospital intra-abdominal injury It is not just about choosing between the cottage hospital or the Fractured femoral shaft trauma unit. Not only do you need to decide the most appropriate facility for the clinical care of your patient but you need to consider trying to keep families together (particularly if there are children), getting them closer to their home to make travelling easier for friends and relatives, and even if all other matters are equal, getting the crews back to their station more quickly. Make sure the crew knows where you want the patient to go, and make sure the police Figure 4. Safety at Scene: A Manual for Paramedics and Immediate Care • All incident scenes should be approached in a structured manner Doctors. Louis: Mosby, 2001 • Liaise early with the Incident Safety Officer (usually Fire Service) Watson L. Introduction A Airway: Head and Neck The primary survey is a systematic process by which life-threatening conditions are identified and immediate life-saving treatment is started. B Breathing: Chest Initially developed for the assessment of trauma patients, the principles of thorough protocol-led assessment, combined with immediate interventions can be equally applied to the medical patient. C Circulation: Abdomen, pelvis, Long Not every practitioner’s ‘primary survey’ will be the same – there bones (+Chest) will be variations dependent upon: • assessment tools availability and competency (e. Triggers for repetition of the survey a stepwise and reproducible assessment tool which proceeds in a include: logical fashion, both in terms of clinical importance and anatomic • any acute change in clinical condition region (Figure 5. Despite a team approach, a single clinician must take responsi- bility for the primary survey and ensure that all steps have been Other opportunities to repeat the primary survey will arise and completed. In short the primary survey consists of: : Control of catastrophic external haemorrhage. A neck assessment should Condition Intervention also identify wounds and laryngeal injury as well as factors A Actual or impending Airway manoeuvres/adjuncts, suction, identifying a difficult (surgical) airway. Adrenaline in be given for C spine injury and immobilization device(s) applied presence of anaphylaxis as indicated. B Tension pneumothorax Decompression + thorocostomy B: Breathing assessment and intervention. This is a good stage at which C Haemodynamic instability Intravenous fluids, inotropes, to establish an appropriate analgesic strategy. The secondary survey is a thorough ‘top to toe’ assessment to identify any other injuries/stigmata which the primary survey may scene time, scene conditions and patient instability will dictate the not have revealed. In contrast, the obtunded • or unconscious patient requires rapid assessment and protection How to identify which patients need a secured airway of the airway. An obstructed airway can be the cause or result of a • How to predict a difficult airway decreased level of consciousness. Assess for: Introduction • obvious signs of maxillofacial or neck trauma Ensuring delivery of oxygenated blood to the brain and other vital • foreign bodies, swelling, blood or gastric contents in the mouth organsistheprimaryobjectiveintheinitialtreatmentoftheseverely • paradoxical movement of the chest and abdomen – ‘see-sawing’ injured or ill patient: securing a patent and protected airway has • accessory muscle use (head bobbing in infants) priority over management of all other conditions (with the excep- • suprasternal, intercostal or supraclavicular recession tion of catastrophic haemorrhage). Failure to identify the need for • tracheal tug (downward movement of the trachea with airway intervention may be just as disastrous as the inability of the inspiration) prehospital care provider to perform the necessary interventions. Features indicative of Patient positioning difficult airway rescue are equally important to recognize (Box 6. Conscious patients will maintain themselves in the optimum posi- It is vital that these features are identified early in the assessment tion to maintain their airway and drain secretions/blood. This process as they may guide the level of intervention undertaken in position should be maintained where possible and the patient the field and/or trigger early transfer to hospital for definitive airway should not be forced to lie supine. In unresponsive spontaneously H History of previous airway difficulties breathing trauma patients, the lateral trauma position (Figure 6. A stiff neck collar is applied in the supine position (receding mandible, large tongue, buck teeth, high arched palate) and the patient log-rolled into the lateral position. O Opening of the mouth <3 fingers T Trauma – maxillofacial injury, burns and airway bleeding Suction Correct positioning with postural drainage is more important than suction in the presence of gross liquid contamination of the airway, Box 6. Hand-held suction units Mask Seal Difficulty – Beard/Facial trauma should only be used as a back-up as they are less effective. Restricted mouth opening (less than 4–5cm/3 fingers) Obstruction at the larynx or below Distorted airway – affects seal e. In Trauma (laryngeal)/Tumours extremis a surgical airway may be used to bypass the obstruction. Facial fracture reduction Airway management Bilateral mandibular fractures can result in an unstable anterior Fortunately, most patients in the prehospital setting have a patent segment which can displace backwards obstructing the airway. In patients with Manually lift the displaced fragment forward to relieve the obstruc- a compromised or threatened airway, immediate action is needed. Maxillary (Le Fort) fractures can result in a mobile mid-face Prehospital care should start with simple, basic manoeuvres such as segment which may displace backwards obstructing the airway. To the chin lift or jaw thrust, proceeding to more complex measures if reduce, the mobile segment should be grasped between the thumb simple procedures prove insufficient. The level of intervention will and the index/middle finger (inserted into the patients mouth) and be determined by the practitioner’s skillset (Figure 6. Simultaneous applicationofafacemaskcapableofdeliveringoxygenorventilation is possible with this technique. The appropriate size is equivalent to the distance between the incisors to the angle of the jaw (Figure 6. In children under 4 years the airway should be inserted equal to the distance between the nostril and the angle of the jaw. Profuse soft-tissue bleeding from the nasal reflex, as it may provoke vomiting and laryngospasm.

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Abnormal placement sites are: o Tip in the right or left bronchus o Tip at the level of the vocal cords with the cuff above the cords. However, if signs of imminent respiratory arrest are present, there should be no delay in ventilating the patient, either invasively, or if available, non-invasively. Assessment Emergency management of asthma must take place before a full detailed assessment of the patient is performed. The patient has usually been on bronchodilators for a few days; hence, the bronchospasm is not that severe. However, the inflammatory process is worsening, and mucosal oedema and secretions are responsible for bronchial obstruction. Clinical deterioration in spite of optimal therapy, with increasing use of bronchodilators, is also a poor prognostic factor. Blood gas analysis is very helpful in determining progress and the need for preparing for ventilation. Hypoxia also indicates impending respiratory failure and the need for ventilation. In asthma, inflammatory changes in the airways lead to airway narrowing and resultant increase in resistance of the small airways. This is caused by bronchospasm as well as mucosal oedema and secretions, and results in dynamic hyperinflation of the lung. Dynamic hyperinflation occurs when the expiratory time is not sufficient to allow full expiration. Loss of elasticity and emphysematous changes result in airway collapse, resulting in air trapping. Some element of air trapping can also occur in asthma by mucosal plugs blocking the airways. Apart from airway narrowing, emphysematous changes also contribute to airflow limitation. The result of loss of elasticity causes the small airways to collapse, and also affects elastic recoil of the lung during expiration. In an acute exacerbation, hypoxaemia and respiratory acidosis can further compromise muscle function, and can also have effects on cardiac output. The effect on hypoxic drive is not the only reason for developing hypercapnoea; in fact it may not be even the most important reason. Preferably, oxygen should be given in low concentrations, to achieve a SpO of 88-92%. Close monitoring, both of clinical parameters and of arterial blood gas values is of paramount importance. If the patient still feels dyspnoeic, irrespective of his other clinical parameters, he should be closely watched, and an arterial blood gas should be performed. If the blood gas analysis shows worsening hypoxaemia and normocapnoea or hypercapnoea with respiratory acidosis in spite of maximum medical therapy, ventilation should be considered before the patient develops respiratory arrest. The outcome is much better if the patient is electively ventilated than if he is ventilated after an arrest. Ventilation Mechanical ventilation should be considered if at least two of the following are present: x At least moderate dyspnoea, with use of accessory muscles and paradoxical abdominal motion x Hypercapnic acidosis (pH <7. In intubating the patient, the largest possible endotracheal tube should be used, both to reduce airway resistance and to enable easy suctioning of secretions. Antibiotic therapy Most exacerbations of asthma are non-infective, and antibiotics have no place. The eosinophil count in sputum in asthma is high, hence the sputum maybe yellow in the absence of infection. An antibioitic which is effective against Haemophilus influenzae, Streptococcus pneumoniae, Moraxella catarrhalis, and atypical bacteria should be used. Severe hyperinflation of the chest can result in reduced venous return and decreased cardiac output. Severe acidosis and hypoxia can decrease myocardial contractility and reduce cardiac output. Long term management Once the patient has improved, long term therapy with inhaled steroids, long acting bronchodilators, pulmonary rehabilitation and immunization should be planned. The pressure at the venous end of the pulmonary capillaries (measured as the pulmonary capillary wedge pressure) is normal. Respiratory Failure 98 Handbook of Critical Care Medicine x The wet heavy lung causes basal atelectasis. Dyspnoea occurs due to increased work of breathing in an attempt to compensate for impaired gas exchange and shunting. The patient may give a history of chest pain, and may have a past history of ischaemic heart disease or heart failure, or valvular heart disease. Fluid nd rd overload after surgery occurs around the 2 to 3 postoperative day, and results from progressively increasing positive fluid balance. Fluid overload due to acute renal failure is similar, and the patient will be oliguric, with elevated blood urea and serum creatinine. Treatment is largely supportive, and is aimed at improving oxygenation and preventing ventilator induced lung injury. If the hypoxaemia does not resolve (as often it does not), intubation and ventilation is required. It is better to ventilate early before the patient develops severe hypoxaemia or Respiratory Failure 100 Handbook of Critical Care Medicine exhaustion, which can result in cardiovascular instability and possible cardiac arrest. Assist control ventilation or Synchronised intermittent mandatory ventilation may be used. Whatever method is used, the following principles should be adhered to; Low tidal volume ventilation: a tidal volume of 6ml/kg body weight significantly reduces mortality compared to higher tidal volumes. High oxygen concentrations2 damage the alveoli, and may worsen alveolar collapse, as oxygen is absorbed very quickly from the alveoli. Treating infection Appropriate antibiotics should be used to treat pneumonia, if it is the primary cause. Choice of appropriate antibiotics is discussed in the section on severe infection. Fluid management Careful fluid management is important, to avoid overhydration and fluid overload, while maintaining adequate cardiac filling pressures. Steroids are of proven benefit in patients with acute respiratory failure due to Pneumocystis carinii pneumonia, tuberculosis and vasculitis. Prone position ventilation Turning the patient over is one way of redistributing blood flow within the lung and recruiting underventilated and collapsed alveoli. While there is little evidence that it improves survival, the method is useful to improve oxygenation. Complications of ventilatory support Ventilator induced lung injury Pneumothorax is the most well known complications of ventilation, with an incidence of 10%. Mediastinal, retroperitoneal, peritoneal or subcutaneous emphysema can also occur. Pneumothorax may require emergency aspiration, especially in the case of a tension pneumothorax, or an intercostals drainage tube.

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Material and Methods: A compre- these costs were on routine specialist consultations by the neurosur- hensive systematic review strategies were conducted from electronic geons. This could be reduced by ensuring consultations on require- search engine from 1946 to 2015 to identify the relevant evidence ments rather than routine. Acknowledgement: Study supported by and literature of potential lower limb muscle strength effect from grant from the Medical Education Partnership Initiative in Nigeria. Dwerryhouse1 clusion: Even though there were numerous quasi-experimental stud- 1 ies, generally they implicated different style and method of research Broadgreen Hospital, Phoenix Cent Re for Rehabilitation, Liver- 2 including sample sizes and protocols. Thus, it is hard to conclude pool, United Kingdom, Cheshire and Merseyside Rehabilitation which protocols can be implicated in the clinical practice. Although Network, Rehabilitation Medicine, Liverpool, United Kingdom all the studies have shown positive changes in muscle fbers, the Introduction/Background: Phoenix Rehabilitation Unit opened Jun evidence still insuffcient. Spinal patients were classed as patient with spi- nal injury including laminectomies, spinal cord compressions and 530 stenosis, resections of meningioma, myelopathies and spinal frac- tures polytrauma. Results: • Male patients 27/38 1Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital, Midland 71%. Material and Methods: Analysis of 2 years prospec- eterisation 5%, long-term catheter = 24%, incontinent at times 5%, tive data collection, including 36 consecutive patients admitted to urostomy 2. We put 45 refective markers on the subject’s chest wall and & pulmonary embolism (16. If the medicine failed to fulfll patients’ ex- and Methods: The baclofen of 50μg was administered to 33 patients pectation, then it will lead them to seek another alternative therapy who had severe spasticity due to 26 spinal cord injury, 1 syringomy- such as looking for shaman, get refexology, and or phytotherapy. Results: Subjects were 36, 25 improvement of the spasticity was remarkably admitted in all cases, men and 11 women, mean age 41. Dis- Introduction/Background: The aim was to study the effect of the exoskeleton Ekzoatlet the dynamics of neurological and psycho- cipline of Rehabilitation Medicine. Material and Methods: The object of the study were 10 patients Introduction/Background: Spinal cord injury due to an iatrogenic (8 males and 2 females) aged - from 18 to 32 years with a complete cause can impose signifcant impairment that leads to deterioration in interruption of the spinal cord at the thoracic level and lower para- physical activities and psychosocial disruption. Training distance on 13 year-old girl who underwent a lumbar puncture procedure follow- a fat surface with the help of the exoskeleton held for two weeks, ing confusional mental state in the setting of acute infection involv- 5 times per week. Subsequently, she developed cauda equina survey: evaluation of neurological status with the defnition of digi- syndrome secondary to subarachnoid hematoma at L3/L4 level that tal values of strength and tone, depression test of Beck, electrocar- was later identifed by magnetic resonance imaging of the lumbar diography, ultrasound duplex scanning of the veins and arteries of spine. Because of the prolonged mechanical ventilation in the acute the lower extremities to rule out thrombosis, and the wall-occlusive phase she developed chronic illness polyneuropathy. The subarach- lesions, ultrasound Study knee and ankle joints, and soft tissues of noid hematoma from the lumbar puncture was initially obscured. Results: During the walk performed Holter became wheelchair dependent post acute phase of the disease. With monitoring, monitoring of blood pressure and oxygen saturation intensive therapy and serial functional evaluation, she achieved sig- during the occupation. In carrying out a comprehensive survey of nifcant independence in activities of daily living despite poor neu- patients on the 1st and 14 day, we found no changes of neurologith - rological recovery of the affected muscles. Material and Methods: cal status and signifcant changes in muscle strength and tone the A case report. Conclusion: Thus, on the basis of spinal cord pathology can be delayed due to deteriotation of an acute the study can draw preliminary conclusions about the safety of the medical illness and when other neurological condition such as criti- exoskeleton Ekzoatlet prosthetic walking function in patients with cal illness polyneuropathy is also present. Intensive rehabilitation is essential to provide signifcant functional independence. Orgasmic function is affected Hospital Sungai Buloh, Rehabilitation Medicine, Sungai Buloh, in all patients with impaired and unknown function was 46. Previous studies reported reasonable accuracy of single channel Most patients have preference for oral medication. Saitoh1 method of bladder management was intermittent catheterization 1School of Medicine- Fujita Health University, Department of Re- (75%), voluntary voiding (0. It was habilitation Medicine, Toyoake- Aichi, Japan, 2Fujita Health Uni- found that in 87. Material and Methods: Series of case report highlight- showed reduced laryngeal elevation and weak left pharyngeal con- ing the varying clinical course of patients referred for rehabilita- traction. In high-resolution manometry, the pharyngeal contractile tion with an initial diagnosis of Miller Fisher Syndrome. He could eat gruel in the same position at 191 task-specifc functional activities and high-level mobility. The left pharyngeal contractile pressure measured by high- proved signifcantly and became fully independent by 4 months. Post-extubation, she demonstrated without giving fatigue and pain to the patients. She improved with rehabilitation, with residual bilateral arm weakness during recent review at 10 months. Subsequently, she developed respiratory impair- 1 1 1 1 ment requiring mechanical ventilation. Tekin strated reduced conscious level with clinical features suggestive of 1Gulhane Military Medical Academy - Haydarpasa Research and Bickerstaff brainstem encephalitis. She endured a long rehabilitation Training Hospital, Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Istanbul, phase and at 1-year follow-up, was still dependent in daily activi- Turkey ties and mobility. Rehabilitation goals may as- broad category of conditions such as stroke, brain tumor, degen- sume an altered course during the rehabilitation phase; depending on erative conditions, multiple sclerosis, infections etc. Neurobrucellosis is a rare clinical condition, which may manifest as stroke, encephalitis, meningitis, or demyelinating diseases such as multiple sclerosis. On neurological examination, he had 1 1 4/5 motor scores in distal muscle groups of the lower extremities M. Miller 1Medical University of Lodz, Department of Physical Medicine, bilaterally and gait disturbance. All the deep tendon refexes were hyperactive and babins- Lodz, Poland ki’ s sign was positive. It was realized that there was no signifcant signifcantly affect patient’s quality of life. So the patient consulted may have a positive effect on both cognitive and motor function- with neurology service. Material and Methods: The study group con- revealed low glucose (4 mg/dl) and elevated protein at 3550 mg/ sists of 58 patients with multiple sclerosis hospitalized in Neurore- dl. The training was carried out with a constant underlying average Conclusion: Initial clinical manifestations consist of demyelinating load for 30 minutes (2 × 15min) daily for 30 days. The endpoint syndrome in this case so he was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis of the study was aerobic ftness. Herein we want to emphasize that the other etiological fac- ing ability, cognitive function and level of depression. Visual evoked potential funded by Medical University of Lodz; grant number: 502-03/5- are altered relating with a bilateral optic neuritis. Injectable corticosteroids were prescribed associated with motor and pel- 545 vic foor rehabilitation.

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