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Trauma informatics

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Published by Springer in New York .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Traumatology,
  • Medical informatics,
  • Trauma centers -- Data processing,
  • Wounds and Injuries,
  • Medical Informatics,
  • Registries

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    StatementKimball I. Maull, Jeffrey S. Augenstein, editors ; with a foreword by Donald D. Trunkey.
    SeriesComputers in health care, Computers in health care (New York, N.Y.)
    ContributionsMaull, Kimball I. 1942-, Augenstein, Jeffrey S.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRD93 .T688 1998
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvii, 265 p. :
    Number of Pages265
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL662980M
    ISBN 100387943595
    LC Control Number97008491

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Arguably, no discipline better exemplifies this trend than medicine. It can be further argued that care of the trauma patient is Trauma informatics book of the better examples of informatics and the potential benefit to the health profession­ als who care for these patients.

Maull and Augenstein have provided us with a primer on informatics and its use in trauma : Hardcover. Assessment: Trauma systems and their management is one of the leading areas for application of information technology to healthcare. This book is a worthy summary of recent advances in this area.

In particular, though somewhat redundant, the section of trauma registries provides a practical guide for practitioners and data managers in this : $ Arguably, no discipline better exemplifies this trend than medicine.

It can be further argued that care of the trauma patient is one of the better examples of informatics and the potential benefit to the health profession­ als who care for these patients. Maull and Augenstein have provided us with a primer on informatics and its use in trauma care. Arguably, no discipline better exemplifies this trend than medicine.

It can be further argued that care of the trauma patient is one of the better examples of informatics and the potential benefit to the health profession­ als who care for these patients. Maull and Augenstein have provided us with a primer on informatics and its use in trauma Trauma informatics book Springer New York.

About this book. Introduction. Information and the technology to rapidly transmit, analyze, document, and disperse this information are increasing arithmetically, if not logarithmi­ cally. Arguably, no discipline better exemplifies this trend than medicine. It can be further argued that care of the trauma patient is one of the better examples of informatics and the potential benefit to the health profession­ als who care for.

Section II.- 2 Informatics in Prehospital Care.- 3 Vehicle Crash Investigation.- 4 Informatics in the Emergency Department.- 5 Informatics in Emergency Radiology.- 6 Intensive Care Unit.- 7 Rehabilitation Informatics.- Section III.- 8 Trauma Registry Data Definition, Acquisition, and Evaluation.- 9 Trauma Registry Informatics: Hospital.

From a broader perspective, however, at least three examples illustrate how trauma informatics can be used today to exert a positive effect on patient outcome.

The first example is care of combat casualties, including battlefield resuscitation, evacuation, acute care, and Manufacturer: Springer. Chapter 1 - Department of Trauma Services VCMC Trauma Book 5 • A Foley with close monitoring of urine output (>30ml/hr /or ≥ ml/kg/hr).

• Serial abdominal exams, or other exams documented in the chart (at least Q4 hours with date and time from admission until the next morning). The book is split into four parts each chapters (the exception being part 5 which has 8 chapters): 1) The rediscovery of trauma; where he contextualizes trauma socio-historically and discusses the revolution of neuroscience, 2) This is your brain on trauma; where he describes in easy to understand terms the effects of trauma on the brain, 3.

Trauma Informatics will be the first book to cover the subject of information systems in the treatment of trauma patients through the three phases of trauma. Since the book covers Trauma from incident through return to work, any of the providers, managers, and support staff who are involved in using, collecting or managing information will benefit from this comprehensive approach to trauma informatics.

Many children experience trauma, or adverse childhood experiences, and go through times of extreme stress. Trauma has the ability to impact children's learning, social interactions and relationships, and overall well-being. Literature can be a safe space for young people to talk about characters' actions and situations and the ways that they navigated distressing scenarios.

Arguably, no discipline better exemplifies this trend than medicine. It can be further argued that care of the trauma patient is one of the better examples of informatics and the potential benefit to the health profession als who care for these patients.

Maull and Augenstein have provided us with a primer on informatics and its use in trauma care. Information and the technology to rapidly transmit, analyze, document, and disperse this information are increasing arithmetically, if not logarithmi cally.

Arguably, no discipline better exemplifies this trend than medicine. It can be further argued that care of the trauma patient is one of the better examples of informatics and the potential benefit to the health profession als who care for.

A unique and compelling feature of this book is the focus on reducing risk of re-traumatization, an often neglected topic. Responding to the need for trauma survivors to feel safe, the authors. Trauma Informatics è un libro di Maull Kimball I. (Curatore), Augenstein Jeffrey S. (Curatore) edito da Springer a marzo - EAN puoi acquistarlo.

50 books based on votes: White Elephants by Chynna T. Laird, The Night Child by Anna Quinn, Rose's Will by Denise DeSio, Every Moment After by Joseph. Handbook of Informatics for Nurses & Healthcare Professionals is a complete, up-¿to-¿date overview of key issues related to adopting and applying healthcare IT and nursing informatics.

It provides nurses and other healthcare professionals with a much-needed practical guide to using computer applications and healthcare information systems. Part of the Health Informatics book series specific prof- sions such as nursing, medicine, and health administration; others to special areas of practice such as trauma and radiology.

Still other books in the series focus on interd- ciplinary issues, such as the computer-based patient record, electronic health records, and networked. This on-shift guide will help you quickly and effectively treat the poisoned patient, providing clear, concise direction at the bedside. Used in conjunction with your regional poison control center or medical toxicologist, the EMRA and ACMT Medical Toxicology Guide is your first line of defense.

EMRA is pleased to recognize BTG, Inc., for its support of this inaugural edition. Trauma: Teaching Kids all about Trauma is a wonderful book to help children. How trauma affects our thoughts, feelings and behavior are discussed to help children recognize and express how they might have, or might be, affected by stressful events in their lives.

Ways of coping with trauma are suggested as well as the message that kids are survivors and can overcome things that might /5(43).

This series is directed to healthcare professionals who are leading the transfor mation of health care by using information and knowledge. Launched in as Computers in Health Care, the series offers a broad range of titles: some ad dressed to specific professions such as nursing, medicine, and health adminis tration; others to special areas of practice such as trauma and radiology.5/5(1).Teaching and Learning in Nursing.

We hope that this book can be used as a resource to increase the body of knowledge in teaching and learning in nursing, thereby enhancing the role and contribution of health care professionals to clinical main aim of teaching and learning in nursing, at all levels, is to enhance the nurses' contribution to assist the individuals, families and Missing: Trauma informatics.From the reviews of the third edition: "The third edition, renamed Biomedical Informatics in recognition of the converging course of clinical systems with systems that support molecular biology and genetics shows substantial growth in both pages and breadth of coverage relative to earlier editions.

overall the book is commendably readable .