Self Directed Learning—Polytrauma
Dubai, United Arab Emirates
14 Oct 2019
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Learning objectives
Classify a polytrauma patient to one of the four groups (stable, borderline, unstable, extremis) based on the physiology
Summarize the latest evidence of the systemic inflammatory response syndrome (SIRS) in trauma patients
Learn which injury pattern and physiologic parameters can lead to ARDS and MSOF in the polytrauma patient
Outline the latest advances in resuscitation
Define the role of orthopedic surgery in saving life and limb after major trauma
Identify patients that can safely have early total care
Consider the suitability of damage control surgery, Plan appropriate radiological images to assess pelvic ring injuries
Set priorities for management of injuries, Describe the role of early pelvic stabilization in a hemodynamically unstable patient
Outline pelvic ring anatomy, Identify techniques for emergency stabilization of pelvic ring fractures
Sultan Aldosari  (Chairperson)
Fouad Sadek MScs (Orth), FRCS (Edin), MD (Orth), FRCS (Trauma & Orthopaedics)  (Chairperson)
Saeed Al-Thani  (Overall chairperson)
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Type AOTrauma / AO partner event
Level Advanced
Region Middle East and Northern Africa
Language(s) English
Scope Regional
Academic status Non peer reviewed
Closing date14 Oct 2019
Ms Elena Gutierrez (Faculty Contact)
AO Foundation
AOTrauma Project Manager Education Middle East
Clavadelerstrasse 8
7270 Davos
Phone+41 81 414 27 00 ext. 700
Fax+41 81 414 22 83
Ms Ranae McCrae (Faculty contact)
Ms Stephanie Pavlovic (Participants Contact)
AO Courses Europe, Middle East & Africa
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