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SGTrauma 2007

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ST2007 Brochure


Programmes

09:10
PreHospital Management - How much is too much?
Patrick Bade, Consultant, General Surgeon, Royal Darwin Hospital, Australia
09:35
Fluid Resuscitation in Trauma - Is there an Ideal?
Andrew Gunn, Chief of Surgery, Sultanah Aminah Hospital, Malaysia
10:00
Hemostasis in the Prehospital Environment – Is there a Viable Option?
Giacomo Basadonna, Professor of Surgery, University of Massachusetts, USA
10:20
Questions and Answers
11:00
Life After Trauma
11:20
Disasters in Trauma Care: Anecdotes of a Trauma Surgeon
Michael Sugrue, Director of Trauma, Liverpool Hospital, Australia
11:40
Are we there yet? - Key Performance Indicators in Trauma Care
Ian Civil, Director of Trauma, Auckland City Hospital, New Zealand
12:00
Prevention is Always Better Than Cure: Trauma Prevention Programmes in the U.S.A
Michael McGonigal, Director of Trauma, Regions Hospital, USA
12:20
Questions and Answers
13:30
“Doctors Should play God in Trauma Resuscitations”
Expert Panel: Patrick Bade, Michael McGonigal, Thomas Lew, Tham Kum Ying Debaters: Dr Jimmy Goh, Dr Benny Goh, Dr Tan Wah Tze, Dr Fong Sau Shiong
14:15
“Management of Trauma Should be Left to the Trauma Specialist”Expert Panel: Michael Sugrue, Ian Civil, Pierce Chow, Chia Kok Hoong Debators: Dr Chong Chee Keong, Dr Terence Quah, Dr SS Sathappan, Dr Kenneth Heng
15:30
Clearing the C-Spine: Who, How and When
Michael McGonigal, Director of Trauma, Regions Hospital, USA
15:50
Failure of Non Operative Management - The “OPS” Factors
A.Vijayan, Consultant, Trauma Surgeon, Tan Tock Seng Hospital
16:10
Definitive Closure of the Abdomen after Damage Control Laparotomy
Kenneth Mak, Chief of Surgery, Alexandra Hospital
16:30
A Common Sense Approach in the Reduction of Mortality for Major Pelvic Trauma
Michael Sugrue, Director of Trauma, Liverpool Hospital, Australia
16:50
Questions and Answers

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