GUIDELINES FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF HAEMODYNAMICALLY STABLE PATIENTS WITH STAB WOUNDS TO THE ANTERIOR ABDOMEN

@article{Sugrue2007GUIDELINESFT,
  title={GUIDELINES FOR THE MANAGEMENT OF HAEMODYNAMICALLY STABLE PATIENTS WITH STAB WOUNDS TO THE ANTERIOR ABDOMEN},
  author={M. Sugrue and Z. Balogh and Joan Lynch and Joel Bardsley and G. Sisson and J. Weigelt},
  journal={ANZ Journal of Surgery},
  year={2007},
  volume={77}
}
  • M. Sugrue, Z. Balogh, +3 authors J. Weigelt
  • Published 2007
  • Medicine
  • ANZ Journal of Surgery
  • Clinical practice guidelines have been shown to improve the delivery of care. Anterior abdominal stab wounds, although uncommon, pose a challenge in both rural and urban trauma care. A multidisciplinary working party was established to assist in the development of evidence‐based guidelines to answer three key clinical questions: (i) What is the ideal prehospital management of anterior abdominal stab wounds? (ii) What is the ideal management of anterior abdominal stab wounds in a rural or urban… CONTINUE READING
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