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Trauma ALERT Cri.

Adult / Pedi Trauma alert

QuestionAnswer
Adult Airway HARD? Active airway assistance beyond the Administration of O2.
ADULT HR HARD? HR > 120 without raidial pulse
ADULT BP HARD? SBP < 90
ADULT GCS HARD? Best motor response =<4 or GCS =<12
ADULT BURN HARD? 2nd or 3rd degree burns on 15% or > TBSA
ADULT Amputaion HARD? Proximal to wrist or ankle?
ADULT Penetrating injuries HARD? Penetrating injuies to Head, Neck, or Torso excluding superfical wounds where depth can be determined.
ADULT Fx HARD? 2 or more Long Bone Fx site. (humerus, radius, ulna, femur, tibia, fibula)
ADULT PMS HARD? Paralysis, loss of sensation, or suspected Spinal Cord Injury
ADULT Airway Soft? RR => 30
ADULT HR soft? Sustained HR =>120 Bpm
ADULT GCS soft? GCS best motor response = 5
ADULT Avulsion soft? Major Degloving injury or flap avulsion > 5 inches
ADULT GSW soft? GSW to any extremity
ADULT Fx soft? One long-bone Fx from MVC or fall => 10 ft
ADULT Age soft? =>55 yrs
ADULT MVC soft? Ejection / thrown from any vehicle (including ATV, Motorcycle, Moped, or Truck bed)
ADULT interior MVC soft? Steering wheel deformity.
Always Have for Trauma Alert Criteria? PARAMEDIC judgement with proper documentation in Report.
PEDI Airwary HARD? Active airway assistance beyond administration of O2. Any Airway Adjunct including Manual Jaw thrust, Suctioning, or other Ventialation assistance.
PEDI LOC HARD? Altered Mental Status
PEDI PMS HARD? Paralysis, loss of sensation, or suspected Spinal Cord Injury
PEDI Pulse HARD? Faint or nonpalpable Carotid or Femoral Pulses.
PEDI BP HARD? SBP < 50
PEDI Fx HARD? Open long bone Fx, multiple Fx, or Dislocation sites.
PEDI Avulstion HARD? Major Degloving or Flap Avulstions
PEDI Burns HARD? 2nd or 3rd degree burns on => 10% TBSA
PEDI Amputaion HARD? Amputaion proximal to wrist or ankle
PEDI Penetrating HARD? Penetrating injuies to Head, Neck, or Torso excluding superfical wounds where depth can be determined.
PEDI LOC soft? Suspected amnesia or Loss of Consciousness
PEDI BP soft? SPB < 90
PEDI Pulse soft? Palpable carotid of femoral pulse but no radial or pedal pulse
PEDI Fx soft? Suspected closed Long Bone Fx
PEDI Size soft? Pt weighs =< 11 kg or body length is =< 33 inches
Created by: ub4uf