Caring for Trauma Patients while Referral, A case Study at Accident Emergency Room Suratthani Hospital
Keywords:Caring, Patients trauma, Referral
This Cross-sectional descriptive study aim to a caring for trauma patients while referral to obtain preliminary information on caring while referral case study at Emergency and Accident Department Suratthani Hospital. The research sampling were patients who were referral by primary of secondary hospital and the 1,700 IS record document to be analysed. The instrument use were made up of data record forms and questionnaires categorized as follows: 1) personal data record form, 2) first aid data record form/ caring while referral 5 items to consist of breathing care, stop bleeding, Immobilize C- spine, Splint/Slab and intravenous fluid.
According to the research finding. Mostly male 64.06 %, age range 20-29 years 20.94 % and followed by the age range of 10-19 years 20.47 %. Most injured level of urgent 57.53 %. Indication most of them come to the hospital by referral from other hospital 53.53 %. The majority of the samples were injured due to traffic accident 67.47 %. The results showed that the overall, Caring for trauma patients while referral case study at Emergency and Accident Department Suratthani Hospital. Were more appropriate and not necessary of caring for trauma patients while referral. This is also necessary for development of trauma patients while referral for the safety of patients trauma.
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