How prevention reduces the cases of road traffic incidents: the concept of pre-hospital management of the injured
Thursday, 22 October 2015
Heraklion Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Evangelos Melidoniotis, NurseRN, MSc Department of Anesthesiology, University General Hospital of Heraklion (PAGNI), Instructor Candidate PHTLS-TFR, Crete, Greece
George Sotiropoulos, Paramedic EKAB crew, ΕΚΑΒ Instructor PHTLS-TFR, Greece
Michalis Markakis, Paramedic EKAB crew, PHTLS-TFR, Greece
The course is addressed to people who wish to learn how to treat road traffic crashes victims before paramedic’s crew intervention.
Primary and secondary prevention is of vital and decisive importance in the limitation of road traffic incidences, especially in Greece which holds the 9th place worldwide regarding the number of RTCs casualties. Pre-hospital planning which includes the assessment and the treatment of injured, improves effectively the progress of the victim.
The clinical workshop aims at informing participants on road safety and educating them on assessment and treatment of RTCs victims.
A lecture on prevention will be preceded. Transnational scenarios will offer participants the opportunity to attend primary assessment and treatment of RTCs victims before the specialised care takes place from the rescue team.
Tel.: 2810 379528
No financial contribution is required.
Number of participants: strictly limited to 40 persons
An order of priority will be respected.
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