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A true prognosticating score must evaluate each component separately and also collectively and GHOISS was developed to fulfill this criteria . The score was developed after systematic review of 88 Open Injury cases of the lower limb and their 5 year follow up at Ganga Hospital, Coimbatore .
Advantages of GHOISS :
1) It acts as a predictable single scoring system for limb salvage and gives guidelines for management
2) It has a very high inter-observer agreement rate
3) It evaluates the severity of injury to each component
4) Co-morbid factors are also included to evaluate the outcome
5) Has a high degree of sensitivity and specificity in guiding towards salvaging or amputating the injured limb
The “Neurosurgery” Android App by Knowledge flow. This application is for all the students and adults associated with medical science across the world. This App provides neurosurgery quick references with suitable diagrams and simple reading language of the topics.
Not for use in the USA.
This free app provides valuable features including:
- Save and share articles
- Advanced search
- Document details - including abstracts
Neurocritical Care is the official journal of the the Neurocritical Care Society (NCC). The Neurocritical Care Society is a non-profit international association composed of multi-professional healthcare providers that are dedicated to improving the care and outcomes of patients with life-threatening neurological illnesses by promoting quality patient care, professional collaboration, research, training and advocacy.
This clinical practice guideline provides evidence-based recommendations that aim to support the acute management of the bleeding trauma patient, which when implemented may improve patient outcomes.
• Based on the full publication:
Management of bleeding and coagulopathy following major trauma: An updated European guideline. Spahn DR, Bouillon B, Cerny V, Coats TJ, Duranteau J, Fernández-Mondéjar E, Filipescu D, Hunt BJ, Komadina R, Nardi G, Neugebauer E, Ozier Y, Riddez L, Schultz A, Vincent JL, Rossaint R. Critical Care 2013;17:R76.
• Developed by members of the multidisciplinary Task Force for Advanced Bleeding Care in Trauma
• Endorsed by leading professional societies
• Complete graded clinical practice recommendations
• Summary of published evidence behind each recommendation
• Searchable index
• Bookmarking for faster reference
• Graphic overview of recommendations
• Link to the open-access full publication
The guidelines were developed through input from Trauma Team Leaders in the Departments of Surgery and Emergency Medicine at the University of Toronto. They are designed to be informative and to provide some direction for housestaff who are becoming familiar with the care of the injured patient.
The app will be updated as new guidelines are designed and as more reach university-wide consensus.
Simple and easy to use than any other!
It includes the Glasgow Score for adults, childs and lactants and also the Raimondi Scale on the same app!
The Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) is the most common scoring system used to describe the level of consciousness of a person after a traumatic brain injury. Basically, it is used to help assess the severity of acute brain injury. The test is simple, reliable, and correlates well with the results after a severe brain injury.
Use this application to evaluate the best eye opening response, the best verbal response, and best motor response that the patient does, and get the result on the same screen!