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AlRabiah A

Emergency Department- King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia


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    Time to CT scan for Poly-trauma Patients: King Saud University Medical City Experience
    Author(s): AlRabiah A, AlMass A* and Alanizi Y

    Background: Total body CT scanning is the diagnostic method in polytrauma patients. The guideline suggested that rapid scanning will improve mortality rates in polytrauma patients. Our aim is to determine the time to do CT for severe polytrauma patients presenting to King Saud University Hospital Medical City (KSUMC) in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. Methods: Retrospective study for 9 months, all dates were reviewed for all polytrauma patients who underwent pan CT scanning and managed in the Emergency Department at KSUMC. Trauma registry dates were collected for all eligible patients, including arrival time, pan CT scan order Time, pan CT scanning time, time until CT imaging completed, time until CT image reporting, final transfer to surgery wards or SICU, also the type and severity score of the injury, based on ISS. Subgrou.. Read More»

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