Evaluation of door to operation theatre time following activation of trauma team

@inproceedings{Muhamad2019EvaluationOD,
  title={Evaluation of door to operation theatre time following activation of trauma team},
  author={Nik Azlan Nik Muhamad and Ong Sheue Fen},
  year={2019}
}
Results: Only 5 out of 279 patients (1.8%) achieved optimal door to OT time. (<60 minutes) Mean door to OT time was 299.27 minutes (95% CI: 280.52, 318.52). Trauma team activation has shown significant improvement in door to OT time (p=0.047). Time of multiple team referrals (p=0.023) and time of operative decision (p<0.001) both had significant impact on door to OT time. Other factors included were demographics, ISS score, Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS), mechanism of injury and systolic blood… CONTINUE READING

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