Advanced Clinical Practitioner Emergency Medicine Leeds Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust Hull, England
Ben Mays, Registered Paramedic: No financial relationships to disclose
Junctional Haemorrhage is a challenging clinical presentation where conventional methods of haemorrhage control. This presentation will follow a hypothetical clinical case (amalgamated from a number of real clinical cases) of a patient with a junctional stab wound focusing on the journey from pre hospital management to in hospital management including discussion on convetntional methods or haemorrhage control (e.g. direct pressure and wound packing) through to novel methods such as junctional tourniquets and REBOA.
Upon completion, participants will be able define the anatomy and pathophysiology of junctional haemorrhage
Upon completion, participants will be able to apply haemorrhage control techniquest to control junctional bleeding in the pre-hospital and in hospital setting
Upon completion participantd will have an understanding of novel methods of haemorrhage control such as junctional tourniquets, reboa and surgical management