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PURPOSE The Westmead Hospital Trauma Clinical Algorithms have beendeveloped, utilising evidence-based information, to enhance patientand clinical decision-making, improve efficiency in delivery ofsafe, standardised health care. INTENDED AUDIENCE The algorithmspresented are intended primarily for health professionals and thefollowing audiences, specifically at Westmead Hospital, Sydney NSWAustralia: Physicians, nurses and other health care professionalsHealth care administrators Researchers OTHER AUDIENCES INCLUDINGPATIENTS If you are a patient and accessing these algorithms, youshould understand that the information presented is designed forthe use of the expert audiences, identified above. You should seekassistance from your health care professional in interpreting thesematerials and applying them in individual cases. MEDICAL ADVICE Thealgorithms are evidence-based processes that are intended to assistphysician and patient decisions regarding the health care of traumapatients at Westmead Hospital. Although designed to standardisedecision plans for trauma, the algorithms cannot address the uniqueneeds of each patient or the combination of resources available toa particular community or health care professional. The algorithmsare not entirely inclusive or exclusive of all methods ofreasonable care that can result in the same outcome. Deviation fromthese algorithms may be justified by individual circumstances. Theuse of these algorithms outside Westmead Hospital must be appliedbased on individual patient requirements using expert, professionaljudgment. DISCLAIMERS The algorithms are for use specifically atWestmead Hospital, NSW, Australia. The creator and contributors tothese algorithms do not assume any legal liability orresponsibility for the use/application or resulting outcomesthereof these guidelines, both within or outside Westmead Hospital.Westmead Hospital does not assume any legal liability orresponsibility for the accuracy, completeness, and/or clinicalefficacy of these algorithms.

App Information WESTMEAD TRAUMA

  • App Name
    WESTMEAD TRAUMA
  • Package Name
    air.au.com.lpn.WestmeadtraumaApp
  • Updated
    December 3, 2018
  • File Size
    9.2M
  • Requires Android
    Android 4.0 and up
  • Version
    9
  • Developer
    LPN
  • Installs
    100+
  • Price
    $2.31
  • Category
    Medical
  • Developer
    Unit 16, 23 Narabang Way Belrose, Sydney 2085 Australia
  • Google Play Link

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WESTMEAD TRAUMA 9 APK
LPN
PURPOSE The Westmead Hospital Trauma Clinical Algorithms have beendeveloped, utilising evidence-based information, to enhance patientand clinical decision-making, improve efficiency in delivery ofsafe, standardised health care. INTENDED AUDIENCE The algorithmspresented are intended primarily for health professionals and thefollowing audiences, specifically at Westmead Hospital, Sydney NSWAustralia: Physicians, nurses and other health care professionalsHealth care administrators Researchers OTHER AUDIENCES INCLUDINGPATIENTS If you are a patient and accessing these algorithms, youshould understand that the information presented is designed forthe use of the expert audiences, identified above. You should seekassistance from your health care professional in interpreting thesematerials and applying them in individual cases. MEDICAL ADVICE Thealgorithms are evidence-based processes that are intended to assistphysician and patient decisions regarding the health care of traumapatients at Westmead Hospital. Although designed to standardisedecision plans for trauma, the algorithms cannot address the uniqueneeds of each patient or the combination of resources available toa particular community or health care professional. The algorithmsare not entirely inclusive or exclusive of all methods ofreasonable care that can result in the same outcome. Deviation fromthese algorithms may be justified by individual circumstances. Theuse of these algorithms outside Westmead Hospital must be appliedbased on individual patient requirements using expert, professionaljudgment. DISCLAIMERS The algorithms are for use specifically atWestmead Hospital, NSW, Australia. The creator and contributors tothese algorithms do not assume any legal liability orresponsibility for the use/application or resulting outcomesthereof these guidelines, both within or outside Westmead Hospital.Westmead Hospital does not assume any legal liability orresponsibility for the accuracy, completeness, and/or clinicalefficacy of these algorithms.
WESTMEAD ACUTE SURGERY 3.0 APK
LPN
The Westmead Acute Surgery Clinical Algorithms, Calculators andReference Tables have been developed, utilising evidence-basedinformation, to enhance patient and clinical decision-making,improve efficiency in delivery of safe, standardised healthcare.INTENDED AUDIENCEThe algorithms, calculators and referencetables presented are intended primarily for health professionalsand the following audiences, specifically at Westmead Hospital,Sydney NSW Australia:Medical doctors, nurses and other health careprofessionalsHealth care administratorsResearchersOTHER AUDIENCESINCLUDING PATIENTSIf you are a patient and accessing thesealgorithms, calculators and reference tables, you should understandthat the information presented is designed for the use of theexpert audiences, identified above. You should seek assistance fromyour health care professional in interpreting these materials andapplying them in individual cases.MEDICAL ADVICEThe algorithms,calculators and reference tables are evidence-based processes thatare intended to assist medical doctors and patient decisionsregarding the health care of acute general surgical patients atWestmead Hospital. Although designed to standardise decision plansfor acute surgery, the algorithms cannot address the unique needsof each patient or the combination of resources available to aparticular community or health care professional. The algorithmsare not entirely inclusive or exclusive of all methods ofreasonable care that can result in the same outcome. Deviation fromthese algorithms may be justified by individual circumstances. Theuse of these algorithms outside Westmead Hospital must be appliedbased on individual patient requirements using expert, professionaljudgment.DISCLAIMERSThe algorithms, calculators and referencetables are for use specifically at Westmead Hospital, NSW,Australia. The creator and contributors to these algorithms do notassume any legal liability or responsibility for theuse/application or resulting outcomes there of these guidelines,both within or outside Westmead Hospital.Westmead Hospital does notassume any legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy,completeness, and/or clinical efficacy of thesealgorithms.ACKNOWLEDGEMENTSThe Westmead Acute Surgery app conceptis largely from Dr Jeremy Hsu, who developed the Westmead HospitalTrauma Clinical Algorithms App in 2013. This project has beensupported by HETI through the Medical Education Support Fund. Manythanks also to the following people for their support, correctionsand advices: Professor Henry Pleass, A/Professor Gary Morgan, DrLawrence Yuen, Dr Jeremy Hsu, Dr Tony Pang, Dr Toufic El Khoury, DrMatthew Watts, Dr Kim Hill and Dr Roslyn Crampton.
Westmead Trauma 8 APK
LPN
PURPOSEThe Westmead Hospital Trauma Clinical Algorithms havebeendeveloped, utilising evidence-based information, to enhancepatientand clinical decision-making, improve efficiency in deliveryofsafe, standardised health care.INTENDED AUDIENCEThe algorithms presented are intended primarily forhealthprofessionals and the following audiences, specifically atWestmeadHospital, Sydney NSW Australia:Physicians, nurses and other health care professionalsHealth care administratorsResearchersOTHER AUDIENCES INCLUDING PATIENTSIf you are a patient and accessing these algorithms, youshouldunderstand that the information presented is designed for theuseof the expert audiences, identified above. You shouldseekassistance from your health care professional in interpretingthesematerials and applying them in individual cases.MEDICAL ADVICEThe algorithms are evidence-based processes that are intendedtoassist physician and patient decisions regarding the health careoftrauma patients at Westmead Hospital. Although designedtostandardise decision plans for trauma, the algorithmscannotaddress the unique needs of each patient or the combinationofresources available to a particular community or healthcareprofessional. The algorithms are not entirely inclusiveorexclusive of all methods of reasonable care that can result inthesame outcome. Deviation from these algorithms may be justifiedbyindividual circumstances. The use of these algorithmsoutsideWestmead Hospital must be applied based on individualpatientrequirements using expert, professional judgment.DISCLAIMERSThe algorithms are for use specifically at Westmead Hospital,NSW,Australia. The creator and contributors to these algorithms donotassume any legal liability or responsibility fortheuse/application or resulting outcomes thereof theseguidelines,both within or outside Westmead Hospital.Westmead Hospital does not assume any legal liabilityorresponsibility for the accuracy, completeness, and/orclinicalefficacy of these algorithms.
Westmead Acute Surgery 2.0 APK
LPN
The Westmead Acute Surgery ClinicalAlgorithms, Calculators and Reference Tables have been developed,utilising evidence-based information, to enhance patient andclinical decision-making, improve efficiency in delivery of safe,standardised health care.INTENDED AUDIENCEThe algorithms, calculators and reference tables presented areintended primarily for health professionals and the followingaudiences, specifically at Westmead Hospital, Sydney NSWAustralia:Medical doctors, nurses and other health care professionalsHealth care administratorsResearchersOTHER AUDIENCES INCLUDING PATIENTSIf you are a patient and accessing these algorithms, calculatorsand reference tables, you should understand that the informationpresented is designed for the use of the expert audiences,identified above. You should seek assistance from your health careprofessional in interpreting these materials and applying them inindividual cases.MEDICAL ADVICEThe algorithms, calculators and reference tables are evidence-basedprocesses that are intended to assist medical doctors and patientdecisions regarding the health care of acute general surgicalpatients at Westmead Hospital. Although designed to standardisedecision plans for acute surgery, the algorithms cannot address theunique needs of each patient or the combination of resourcesavailable to a particular community or health care professional.The algorithms are not entirely inclusive or exclusive of allmethods of reasonable care that can result in the same outcome.Deviation from these algorithms may be justified by individualcircumstances. The use of these algorithms outside WestmeadHospital must be applied based on individual patient requirementsusing expert, professional judgment.DISCLAIMERSThe algorithms, calculators and reference tables are for usespecifically at Westmead Hospital, NSW, Australia. The creator andcontributors to these algorithms do not assume any legal liabilityor responsibility for the use/application or resulting outcomesthere of these guidelines, both within or outside WestmeadHospital.Westmead Hospital does not assume any legal liability orresponsibility for the accuracy, completeness, and/or clinicalefficacy of these algorithms.ACKNOWLEDGEMENTSThe Westmead Acute Surgery app concept is largely from Dr JeremyHsu, who developed the Westmead Hospital Trauma Clinical AlgorithmsApp in 2013. This project has been supported by HETI through theMedical Education Support Fund. Many thanks also to the followingpeople for their support, corrections and advices: Professor HenryPleass, A/Professor Gary Morgan, Dr Lawrence Yuen, Dr Jeremy Hsu,Dr Tony Pang, Dr Toufic El Khoury, Dr Matthew Watts, Dr Kim Hilland Dr Roslyn Crampton.
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