Contemporary Pre-Hospital Care of the Severe Chest Injury


About the course

Presented by Toby St. Clair A review of the pathophysiology and anatomy involved in severe chest injuries with a focus on current modalities for assessment and interventions. We'll look at a range of case-based scenarios and hope to broaden understanding of the dynamic presentation of the traumatically injured chest.

Biography: Toby is an Intensive Care Flight Paramedics Educator working for Air Ambulance Victoria, a division of Ambulance Victoria. With 14 years experience as a paramedic Toby has been working for the past 4 years on both rotary wing and fixed wing aircraft providing high level clinical care in both a primary response capacity and inter-facility retrievals. Toby has a specific interest in trauma care, airway management and critical care paramedicine. He is a passionate educator and currently teaches into the Monash University Master of Specialist Paramedic Practice program as both the trauma unit coordinator and the aeromedical clinical unit coordinator.


Course Lessons

Course Information

Length
35 minutes
Released
24th Aug 2017
Cost
Member free
Non-member free
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