Trauma Registration at St. Olavs Hospital 2000-2003
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St. Olavs Hospital is a trauma referral center in the region of Midtnorge. Admitting trauma patients locally and those referred from hospitals in Nord-Trøndelag, Sør-Trøndelag and Møre-Romsdal.An active trauma team was defined in 1992, but it`s work has not been evaluated earlier. Prospective studies of these patients were established 1st of January 2004 at St. Olavs Hospital.
Condition or disease
Injuries, MultipleNorway/EpidemiologyTrauma Centers/Statistics & Numerical DataTrauma, MultipleTrauma Severity Indices
This mapping is a observational retrospective study of trauma patients admitted to St.Olavs Hospital from 2000 until 2003. Patient journals (electronic and paper), autopsy reports and the emergency medical respons systems (AMK) database have been reviwed. We are reviewing the local traumaepidemiology, traumateam performance, mechanisms of injury and the potenially avoidable deaths in trauma.
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Ages Eligible for Study:
Child, Adult, Older Adult
Sexes Eligible for Study:
Accepts Healthy Volunteers:
Trauma team activation
Motor vehicle crash with ejection
Pedal cyclist, motorcyclist or pedestrian hit by vehicle >30 km/h
Fall > 5 meters
Fatality in same vehicle
Interhospital trauma transfer within 24 hrs
Injury to two or more body regions
Fracture to two or more long bones
Spinal cord injury
Amputation of a limb
Penetrating injury to head, neck, torso or proximal limb