Implementing the Scarce Resources Project Guidance: Video Teaching Tools

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Initial Triage for Radiation Injury Only Patients after a Nuclear Detonation

REMM Video Time Segments: Total time = 27:19

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Initial Triage for Combined Injury Patients after a Nuclear Detonation

REMM Video Time Segments: Total time = 24:53


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Initial Triage for Patients in the Minimal Triage Category after a Nuclear Detonation

REMM Video Time Segments: Total time = 17:54

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Initial Triage for Trauma Patients after a Nuclear Detonation

REMM Video Time Segments: Total time = 14:30



Initial Triage for Radiation Injury Only Patients after a Nuclear Detonation

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  1. Title: Initial Triage for Radiation Injury Only after a Nuclear Detonation 00:00
  2. About this Video: Source of Information and Target Audience 00:21
  3. Types of Injuries: Radiation only, Physical Trauma/Burns only, Combined 01:42
  4. Disclaimer 02:21
  5. Radiation Dose Levels Relevant for Clinical Management 03:15
  6. How to Estimate Whole Body Dose from External Radiation 04:46
  7. Geo-location for Dose Estimation: Dose Cloud Maps 08:03
  8. Time to Onset of Vomiting for Dose Estimation: Interactive Tool 14:23
  9. Time to Onset of Vomiting for Dose Estimation: Table 15:31
  10. Lymphocyte Depletion Kinetics for Dose Estimation: Interactive Tool Using Absolute Lymphocyte Count (ALC) 15:57
  11. Lymphocyte Depletion Kinetics for Dose Estimation: Table Using Absolute Lymphocyte Count (ALC) 17:21
  12. Key Slide: How to Assign a Triage Category for Radiation Injury Only 18:12
  13. Triage Categories: Definitions 21:50
  14. Myeloid Cytokine Category Recommendations: Definition 22:04
  15. Radiation Injury Only Initial Management Tasks: Assign Triage Category, Treat, Transport 22:25
  16. Map of Medical Response Venues and Activities Associated with Each Type of Venue 24:38
  17. Resource Availability, Standard of Care, Time after Detonation: Interactions – Graph 25:50
  18. 4 Videos in this Series 26:38
  19. Final Slide 27:04

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Initial Triage for Combined Injury Patients after a Nuclear Detonation

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  1. Title of this Video: Initial Triage for Combined Injury after a Nuclear Detonation 00:00
  2. About this Video: Data Source and Target Audience 00:30
  3. Medical Disclaimer: 01:44
  4. 3 Injury Types: Radiation, Trauma/Burns, Combined 02:27
  5. Radiation Dose Levels Relevant for Clinical Management 03:23
  6. How to Estimate Whole Body Dose (1/2) 04:52
  7. How to Estimate Whole Body Dose(2/2) 08:41
  8. Trauma Categories: Definitions 09:37
  9. Triage Categories: Definitions 10:55
  10. Triage Categories – 4 Parameters Underlie Assignment 14:09
  11. Resource Availability and Standard of Care: Correlations 16:26
  12. Resource Availability, Standard of Care, Time after Detonation:
    Interactions – Graph 17:54
  13. Key Slide 1: How to assign a Triage Category - 3 Factors 19:30
  14. Key Slide 2: Example 1/3 – Immediate Triage 20:56
  15. Key Slide 3: Example 2/3 – Delayed Triage 21:46
  16. Key Slide 4: Example 3/3 – Expectant Triage 22:37
  17. 4 Videos in this Series 23:50
  18. Final Slide 24:22

 

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Initial Triage for Patients in the Minimal Triage Category after a Nuclear Detonation

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  1. Title: Initial Triage for Minimal Triage Category Patients after a Nuclear Detonation 00:00 
  2. About this Video: Data Source and Target Audience 00:34 
  3. Disclaimer 01: 41 
  4. Nomenclature: Terms and Descriptions 02:22 
  5. Minimal Triage Category Defined 03:29 
  6. Types of Injuries 05:15 
  7. Nuclear Detonation: Alterations in Triage 05:49 
  8. Physical Trauma Severity Levels 07:58 
  9. Triage Categories for Patients with Physical injuries Only 09:23 
  10. Triage Categories for Patients with Radiation Injuries Only +/- Physical Injuries 09:43 
  11. Review of the Minimal Triage Category 10:27 
  12. How Radiation Dose Affects Triage and Management 11:31 
  13. Resource Availability and Standard of Medical Care 12:10 
  14. Key Slide 1: Triage Category for Physical Trauma Varies with Resource Adequacy 13:46 
  15. Key Slide 2: Triage Category for Low Dose Radiation [Equation] Minimal Trauma Varies with Resource Adequacy 14:58 
  16. Key Slide 3: Minimal A and B: Management Differences 16:39 
  17. Four Video Supplements to the Scarce Resources Project (SRP) 17:21 
  18. Final Slide 17:43 

 

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Initial Triage for Trauma Patients after a Nuclear Detonation

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  1. Title: Initial Triage for Trauma Patients after a Nuclear Detonation 00:00 
  2. About this Video: Data Source and Target Audience 00:28 
  3. Disclaimer 01:43 
  4. 3 Types of Injuries after a Nuclear Detonation 02:28 
  5. Nomenclature: Terms and Descriptions 02:51 
  6. Nuclear Detonation: Alterations in Triage 3:52 
  7. Physical Trauma Severity Levels Defined 5:52 
  8. Triage Categories for Patients with Trauma Only 08:13 
  9. Resource Adequacy and Medical Standards of Care 09:47 
  10. Key Slide: Trauma Triage, Resource Adequacy, Standards of Care 11:25 
  11. 4 Videos in this Series 13:56 
  12. Final Slide 14:17 

 

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