By Dr. G. Richard Braen MD
Part of the best-selling Lippincott® guide sequence, Manual of Emergency medication, 6th Edition is the main uncomplicated quick-reference on hand in emergency drugs today.
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To assist the physician in this complex process, the following protocol is very useful and is reproduced with the authors’ permission. DIAGNOSE ACUTE MEDICAL AND SURGICAL EMERGENCIES AND INSTITUTE APPROPRIATE NONBLOOD THERAPY Determine the nature and severity of the presenting clinical problem. Evaluate the potential need for blood component therapy. Institute treatment with crystalloids and selective plasma volume expanders. DETERMINE THE INDICATION FOR BLOOD COMPONENT THERAPY Establish the clinical indication for blood replacement in acute hemorrhage.
Stylet-Based Airway Adjuncts • The elastic bougie is rapidly becoming indispensable for achieving high first-pass and second-pass success rates by allowing efficient cannulation of the trachea when only a small portion of the vocal cords, peritracheal muscle structure, or epiglottis is visible. This 60-cm 15-gauge flexible stylet with the angled tip is placed into the trachea, feeling for the “clicks” or hang-ups as it encounters the cartilaginous rings inside the trachea. In situations of laryngeal edema or burns, pressure on the chest may result in bubbles, which help guide placement of the stylet.
Establish the indication for transfusion of specific blood components such as platelets, granulocytes, cryoprecipitate, coagulation factor concentrates, plasma, and immune globulins. DETERMINE THAT THE CLINICAL NEEDS OF THE PATIENT EXCEED THE RISKS OF TRANSFUSION Evaluate the consequences of withholding blood component therapy. When possible, obtain corroboration and concurrence by another physician (such as another emergency physician or consultant, such as a surgeon) regarding the indication for transfusion.
Manual of Emergency Medicine by Dr. G. Richard Braen MD