Trauma Radiology Posts

ROTEM

Increasingly we are using ROTEM to determine the type and appropriate management of coagulopathy. What is ROTEM? Viscoelastic testing of patient blood clots – these properties correlate with quality of clotting ability of whole blood. Why is it useful? Haemostasis

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Clearing the C-Spine

C-spine clearance Presention Courtesy of Ivan Thia

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Artificial Intelligence in Radiology

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Blunt Cardiac Injury

Blunt Cardiac Injury Slides

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Massive Transfusion Protocol

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How to de-identify images in IMPAX and create slides

For those of you who want to use images for research/presentations, you can easily remove patient identification using IMPAX. See below courtesy of Dr Tim Phillips. With the image you want open on the screen:

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Radiation Doses and Risks – Radiological Examinations

radiation-doses-and-risks Source

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Pelvic Ring Fractures

Pelvic Ring Fractures – What the Orthopaedic Surgeon wants to know Source

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MDCT Blunt Abdominal Trauma

MDCT Blunt Abdominal Trauma   Source

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Bilateral Abnormalities of the Basal Ganglia and Thalami

Bilateral Abnormalities of the Basal Ganglia and Thalamus Source

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