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Maxillofacial Trauma

Talking Trauma

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As with all trauma care, an organised approach to patient assessment is essential: ensuring life threatening injuries are identified and the patient is stabilised is the priority. Facial injuries that are not affecting the airway or causing life threatening haemorrhage can be assessed as part of the secondary survey, no matter how disfiguring the injuries may appear. Today we are joined by Alf Nastri, Head of the Maxillofacial department at Royal Melbourne Hospital.


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