Mesures de seguretat en els pacients amb traumatismes cranials lleus assistits en el mitjà extrahospitalari

Soler Sellarès, Montserrat
The Traumatic brain injury is classified into mild, moderate and severe depending on the initial severity. With mild TBI, the patients may remain conscious or may lose consciousness, but usually these patients have a satisfactory evolution, even though a small number many present intracranial subsidiary lesions that might need Neurosurgical treatment. Security is defined as the absence, or reduction to a minimum acceptable level, of the risk of suffering any unnecessary damage in the course of the health care. These errors can be prevented with appropriate material, reviewed and completed altogether with many defined human factors such as leadership, communication, team organization, coordination and loyalty to the protocols. The stated objective is to develop a predictive model of intracranial lesions in the outpatient environment, which allows the identification of patients with high probability of intracranial injury. ​
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