Halloween Facial Trauma Training
 
October 23, 2018
 

In the spirit of Halloween, our October monthly training always places a high emphasis on traumatic injuries.
This year members participated as patients and providers to understand the treatment of injuries to the face and neck.

The goals of the lecture and scenario based training focused on:
1. Review the basic anatomy of the face
2. Review the standard life of a call for facial traumas
3. Review the symptoms behind soft tissue injuries and fractures to facial structures
4. Review assessment and treatment strategies for trauma to the eyes, mandible, maxilla, nose and ears
5. Understand the index of suspicion and treatment behind impaled objects to the cheek
6. Understand underlying airway considerations to facial injuries

 
MEMS Halloween Facial Trauma Training
MEMS Halloween Facial Trauma Training
MEMS Halloween Facial Trauma Training
MEMS Halloween Facial Trauma Training
 
MEMS Halloween Facial Trauma Training
MEMS Halloween Facial Trauma Training
MEMS Halloween Facial Trauma Training
MEMS Halloween Facial Trauma Training
 
MEMS Halloween Facial Trauma Training
MEMS Halloween Facial Trauma Training
MEMS Halloween Facial Trauma Training
MEMS Halloween Facial Trauma Training
 
MEMS Halloween Facial Trauma Training
MEMS Halloween Facial Trauma Training
MEMS Halloween Facial Trauma Training
MEMS Halloween Facial Trauma Training
 
MEMS Halloween Facial Trauma Training
MEMS Halloween Facial Trauma Training
MEMS Halloween Facial Trauma Training
MEMS Halloween Facial Trauma Training
 
MEMS Halloween Facial Trauma Training
MEMS Halloween Facial Trauma Training
MEMS Halloween Facial Trauma Training
MEMS Halloween Facial Trauma Training
 
MEMS Halloween Facial Trauma Training
MEMS Halloween Facial Trauma Training
MEMS Halloween Facial Trauma Training
MEMS Halloween Facial Trauma Training
 
MEMS Halloween Facial Trauma Training
MEMS Halloween Facial Trauma Training
MEMS Halloween Facial Trauma Training
MEMS Halloween Facial Trauma Training