TraumaNet's Jaime Gannon, gives a brief demonstration with WBAL's Lisa Robinson on how to STOP THE BLEED. Click Here Accidents happen when you least expect it. When driving to your summer vacation and a car accident happens in front of you, when you're at your favorite fishing spot and your friend has a bad fall, … Continued
Traumatic injuries may cause life-threatening trauma to multiple areas of the body. Some of the most common traumatic injuries are falls, motor vehicle crashes, gunshot wounds, and assaults. Fast and suitable trauma care has shown to reduce the possibility of death or permanent disability. A trauma center represents a continuum of care that incorporates the … Continued
Maryland TraumaNet would like to thank Dr. Ted Delbridge for the opportunity to participate in the Maryland EMS Plan Summit - Vision 2030. We had some great discussions and greatly appreciate the invitation to provide input on moving the Maryland EMS system into the next decade. We look forward to collaborating with Maryland EMS on … Continued
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The first day of fall marks Falls Prevention Awareness Day. Falls are the leading cause of injury related emergency department (ED) visits for older adults, the major cause of hip fractures, and responsible for more than half of fatal head injuries. According to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), 3 million older persons … Continued
Save the date! We are excited to announce the 39th annual Point/Counterpoint conference coming in November 2020. Put it on your calendar now.
It is Jane’s birthday her family and friends want to celebrate. They all meet at a local bar and now someone is yelling shots, shots, shots!!! Did you know that gender has an effect on your drinking risk? Low risk drinking for men is no more than 4 drinks on any given day and no … Continued
Disaster Preparedness Disaster preparedness is a misleading concept. No organization is ever truly prepared for a disaster event. Most preparedness activities are directed toward what is known as an “All Hazards” concept. It is extremely difficult to plan for every possible type of event that could impact a community. An All Hazards Emergency Plan provides … Continued
Recent presentation from Maryland Department of Transportation on Highway safety and the states goal of “Zero Deaths” 2018_Trauma Net