Trauma Articles (Presentation, Treatment, Prognosis, Follow

  • Key Ingredients for Successful Trauma-Informed Care ...

    ISSUE BRIEF: Key Ingredients for Successful Trauma -Informed Care Implementati on www.chcs.org 4 communication strategies are just beginning to emerge, and each organization will need to take its size and structu re into account when developing ways to discuss trauma -informed care.

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  • Children and Trauma: Update for Mental Health Professionals

    We need to determine whether commonly used treatment and intervention approaches, such as supportive therapy and play therapy, are effective and, if so, for whom. Similarly, the use of medication to address trauma-related symptoms and reactions in trauma-exposed youth is very poorly understood.

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  • EARLY INDICATORS OF PROGNOSIS IN SEVERE TRAUMATIC …

    prognosis reflect the establishment of methods for categorizing outcome9 and early injury severity.18 These became widely accepted13 and led to multinational, multicenter studies14 that identified the features about the patient, the injury, and the early clinical course with a …

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  • Clinical presentation, treatment, and short-term outcomes ...

    Nov 08, 2019· Lung injury associated with e-cigarettes or vaping is an emerging illness associated with severe lung injury and constitutional and gastrointestinal symptoms. Increased awareness has led to identification of a broad spectrum of severity of illness in patients who were treated with antibiotics and steroids. Despite improvement, at short-term follow-up many patients had residual abnormalities.

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  • Spinal Shock - StatPearls - NCBI Bookshelf

    Nov 20, 2020· Spinal shock is a result of severe spinal cord injury. It usually requires high-impact, direct trauma that leads to spinal cord injury and spinal shock. The initial encounter with a patient that has spinal shock is usually under a trauma scenario. Ischemia of the spinal cord can also produce a spinal shock, for example, a hypotensive patient in the medical intensive care unit (ICU) or a post ...

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  • Understanding Trauma - ppt

    DEFINING’TRAUMA Traumasaon!occurs!when!both!internal!and! external!resources!are!inadequate!to!cope!with! external!threat.!! ! !!!!!van!der!Kolk,!1989!

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  • Liver trauma: WSES 2020 guidelines | World Journal of ...

    Mar 30, 2020· Liver trauma is one of the most common abdominal lesions in severely injured trauma patients [].Diagnosis and treatment of hepatic trauma has evolved with the use of modern diagnostic and therapeutic tools [2,3,4].Until two to three decades ago, most cases with blunt abdominal trauma and possible injury in parenchymatous organs were managed by …

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  • Treating Dental Trauma - Decisions in Dentistry

    Jan 12, 2017· The immediate treatment is to limit further damage to the PDL and allow for the best possible healing. As with all dental injuries, follow-up is essential. Late complications, such as internal or external root resorptions, are relatively frequent and require endodontic treatment, especially in …

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  • Trauma: Definition, Symptoms, Traits, Causes, Treatment

    Sep 26, 2020· Treatment will depend on the symptoms you are experiencing as a result of the trauma. It may involve psychotherapy, medication, self-care, or a combination of these approaches. Treatments often focus on helping people integrate their emotional response to the trauma as well as addressing any resulting mental health conditions such as anxiety ...

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  • Traumatic brain injury | Radiology Reference Article ...

    Traumatic brain injuries (TBI) are common and come with a large cost to both society and the individual.The diagnosis of traumatic brain injury is a clinical decision, however, imaging, particularly CT, plays a key role in diagnostic work-up, classification, prognostication and follow-up.

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  • Pathophysiology, clinical presentation, and treatment of ...

    mplications of severe malaria, and discuss future areas of research. Recent findings Cerebral malaria and AKI are serious and well recognized complications of severe malaria. Common pathophysiological pathways include impaired microcirculation, due to sequestration of parasitized erythrocytes, systemic inflammatory responses, and endothelial activation. Recent MRI studies show significant ...

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  • Traumatic Lumbar Spondylolisthesis: A Systematic Review ...

    Sep 27, 2018· Patients may present without neurologic symptoms, but instead have serious accompanying injuries from other systems that take precedence over the immediate treatment of the traumatic spondylolisthesis by the traumatologists. 32 Rarely a cauda equina syndrome may exist and should always be ruled out, and if present, immediate decompression ...

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  • Trauma Assessment; Initial Trauma Assessment. Information ...

    Nov 25, 2014· Professional Reference articles are designed for health professionals to use. They are written by UK doctors and based on research evidence, UK and European Guidelines. You may find one of our health articles more useful. Treatment of almost all medical conditions has been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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  • Trauma Articles on Presentation and Management ...

    Organized by name, Trauma articles covering presentation, treatment, prognosis, and follow-up. Peer reviewed and up-to-date recommendations written by leading experts.

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  • Trauma and Life Events in Adults with Intellectual ...

    Feb 11, 2015· Exposure to adverse life events and environmental stressors (e.g. violence, poverty, sexual abuse) has been found to be high in intellectual disability populations. Notwithstanding resilience, for some people with intellectual disability, adverse life events and environmental stressors may lead to PTSD and may affect well-being in more diffuse but potentially still clinically impactful …

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  • Treating PTSD: A Review of Evidence-Based Psychotherapy ...

    Nov 02, 2018· CPT has been found to exhibit clinically meaningful reduction in PTSD, depression and anxiety in sexual assault and Veteran samples, with results maintained at 5 and 10 year post treatment follow-up (Resick et al., 2012). Meta-analyses suggest that CPT is effective in significantly reducing PTSD symptoms (Watts et al., 2013; Cusack et al., 2016

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  • Trauma Survivors Network | Traumatic Injuries: Diagnosis ...

    Traumatic Injuries: Diagnosis, Treatment and Complications. A trauma patient is someone who has suffered a serious or life threatening injury as a result of an event such as a car accident, gunshot wound or fall. Traumatic injuries may affect many parts of the body, including the brain, the extremities and internal organs.

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  • A Dynamic Model of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder for ...

    Oct 07, 2016· Introduction. Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) stands out as a major mental illness, and is becoming a serious public health challenge. Currently, more than two percent of the US population (about 7.7 million people) are known to suffer from PTSD, and eight to nine percent of the US population reports experiencing lifetime PTSD [].In the military context, it is estimated that 11% to 20% ...

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  • Trauma and Life Events in Adults with Intellectual ...

    Feb 11, 2015· Exposure to adverse life events and environmental stressors (e.g. violence, poverty, sexual abuse) has been found to be high in intellectual disability populations. Notwithstanding resilience, for some people with intellectual disability, adverse life events and environmental stressors may lead to PTSD and may affect well-being in more diffuse but …

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  • Trauma Informed Parenting and Parent-Child Interaction ...

    Trauma Symptoms and PCIT (Pearl et al, 2011) • N=53 children • 45.3% (n = 24) were and 54.7% (n = 29) male, with a mean age of 5.45 (SD = 2.46) at the beginning of treatment. Trauma history of child • The majority of the children experienced some form of trauma…

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  • Diagnosis, treatment and prevention of ankle sprains ...

    Diagnosis, treatment and prevention of ankle sprains: update of an evidence-based clinical guideline. Br J Sports Med. 2018 Aug;52 (15):956. doi: 10.1136/bjsports-2017-098106. Epub 2018 Mar 7.

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  • Wartime traumatic aneurysms: acute presentation, diagnosis ...

    The management of traumatic vascular injury has evolved with technological advancement and the willingness of the neurosurgeon to intervene. Although open surgical intervention remains a viable solution, endovascular options are available and safe and can effectively temporize a patient while acute …

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  • NIMH » Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

    Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a disorder that develops in some people who have experienced a shocking, scary, or dangerous event. It is natural to feel afraid during and after a traumatic situation. Fear triggers many split-second changes in the body to help defend against danger or to ...

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  • EARLY INDICATORS OF PROGNOSIS IN SEVERE TRAUMATIC …

    prognosis reflect the establishment of methods for categorizing outcome9 and early injury severity.18 These became widely accepted13 and led to multinational, multicenter studies14 that identified the features about the patient, the injury, and the early clinical course with a distinctive, consistent

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  • When Treatment Becomes Trauma: Defining, Preventing, …

    Article 73 When Treatment Becomes Trauma: Defining, Preventing, and Transforming Medical Trauma Paper based on a program presented at the 2013 American Counseling Association Conference, March 24, Cincinnati, OH. Michelle Flaum Hall and Scott E. Hall Flaum Hall, Michelle, is an assistant professor in Counseling at Xavier

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  • Trauma Articles (Presentation, Treatment, Prognosis ...

    Trauma articles covering presentation, treatment, prognosis, and follow-up. Peer reviewed and up-to-date recommendations written by leading experts.

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  • Meralgia Paresthetica: Diagnosis and Treatment : JAAOS ...

    rs by the typical exacerbating factors and the characteristic distribution of symptoms. The disease process can be either spontaneous or iatrogenic. The spontaneous form is usually mechanical in origin. The LFCN is subject to compression throughout its entire course. Injuries most commonly occur as the nerve exits the pelvis. The regional anatomy of the LFCN is highly varied and may account ...

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  • Management of Traumatic Cataract - American Academy of ...

    Several guidelines for ocular trauma have been published to help determine the visual prognosis. 4 Visual outcome generally depends on the initial visual acuity, pupillary reflex response, and severity of the trauma. In this article, we will focus on the presentation and management of injury to the lens and, in particular, traumatic cataract.

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  • MUSCLE INJURY – PHYSIOPATHOLOGY, DIAGNOSIS, TREATMENT AND ...

    May 01, 2011· INTRODUCTION. Muscle injuries are the most frequent cause of physical incapacity in sports practice. It has been estimated that 30 to 50% of all sports-related injuries are caused by soft-tissue lesions (1).. Although nonsurgical treatment results in a good prognosis for most athletes with muscle injuries, the consequences of treatment failure may be dramatic, postponing the return to …

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  • What is trauma? Types, symptoms, and treatments

    Jun 04, 2020· With treatment, people can address the root cause of the trauma and find constructive ways to manage their symptoms. In this article, we discuss the various types of trauma, trauma symptoms, and ...

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  • Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder: Implications for Primary …

    This manual describes why routine screening for traumatic stress symptoms is crucial in the primary care setting, how often the primary care provider should screen for PTSD and other trauma-related conditions, and how screening in the primary care setting can have an impact on both physical and emotional/behavioral/social health.

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  • Blunt thoracic aortic injury – concepts and management ...

    Apr 19, 2020· Blunt thoracic aortic injury may be fatal if not diagnosed and treated expeditiously. Endovascular options allow safe and effective management of these dangerous injuries. This paper describes the overview of blunt thoracic aortic trauma, the epidemiology, presentation, diagnosis, and treatment options with a focus on endovascular management.

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  • Penetrating Neck Trauma Treatment & Management: Approach ...

    Apr 20, 2015· Penetrating neck trauma is an important area of trauma care that has undergone evolution in the recent past. A remarkable number of changes have occurred in the treatment paradigm as new technologies have developed and as surgeons have explored the outcomes from different treatment protocols.

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  • Dissociation debates: everything you know is wrong

    Proponents of the IM/SCM/FM claim that minimal data support the relationship of trauma and dissociation. 9,13 They posit that there are no psychological processes to explain amnesia for trauma, that traumatic experiences “are remembered too well.” 12 Treatment involves ignoring the DD and trauma symptoms, debunking the false memories ...

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  • NIMH » Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder

    Post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) is a disorder that develops in some people who have experienced a shocking, scary, or dangerous event. It is natural to feel afraid during and after a traumatic situation. Fear triggers many split-second changes in …

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