1300 HANDOC App is a practical clinical guide to assist in the management of hand injuries.
Published by the largest group of specialist hand surgeons in Western Australia, 1300 HANDOC App provides easy and immediate access to vital information for emergency situations involving hand injuries.
Ideal for emergency department doctors and nurses, occupational GPs, general practitioners, paramedics, workplace medical and OH&S personnel and hand therapists, as well as patients and employers.
1300 HANDOC App is simple to use, convenient and FREE.
Use 1300 HANDOC App as a 24/7 reference tool for first aid, diagnosis, treatment options, post-operative care and rehabilitation. In Western Australia, connect directly 24/7 to a specialist hand surgeon or nurse for acute hand injury advice, triage and to arrange surgical admission by calling 1300 HANDOC.
EMERGENCY FIRST AID
• Essential first aid protocols to follow in an emergency hand injury situation.
• Send hand injury images (photos and/or x-rays) direct to 1300 HANDOC’s specialist hand surgeons.
CLINICAL MANAGEMENT GUIDE
Clinical management guidelines covering injury descriptions, first aid, diagnosis & assessment, treatment options, post-op and rehabilitation, for:
• Finger Tip & Nail Bed Injuries
• Fractures & Dislocations (Open)
• Fractions & Dislocations (Closed)
• Foreign Body & Penetration Injuries
• High Pressure Injections Injuries
BASIC HAND ANATOMY
A range of hand anatomy ¬drawings to assist with diagnosis & assessment, covering:
•Joints & Ligaments
• Palmar Views
• Dorsal Views
• Finger Tip Amputations
• Nail Anatomy
KEY REFERRAL INFORMATION
Outlines essential injury details and patient information needed for referrals to 1300 HANDOC.
Key information about 1300 HANDOC, including profiles and credentials of six specialist plastic surgeons who make up the 1300 HANDOC team.
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Legal and Clinical Disclaimer: The 1300 HANDOC service is only available in Western Australia. The content on this application is provided as a general educational and informational tool to assist with the management of acute hand injuries. It is not provided to assist with self-management of an injury and referral to an appropriately qualified medical specialist for the treatment of all acute hand injuries is essential. Never disregard professional medical advice from your physician or health care provider or delay in seeking it because of something you have read on this application. No warranty is expressed or implied that this application is a comprehensive source of information for the management of hand injuries. The creator of this application will not be liable in any manner for any direct, indirect, incidental or consequential loss or damage arising from its use or any errors or omissions in the information provided.