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In these final details it may be necessary to be vague if you are unsure of the admission details proven 135 mg colospa. It is acceptable to state that the patient was admitted under the care of the on-call team (stating speciality) colospa 135 mg sale. At the end of your statement you should write‘End of statement’ and sign it. Going to Court If you have written a police statement then you may, several months later, be sum- moned to appear in court and give evidence relating to your statement. You may be asked for a further statement a few weeks before attending court in which you will be asked to give your opinion by a member of the Criminal Investigation Department. Unfortunately, police officers are not educated how the medical hierarchy system works and do not think it unreasonable that a doctor two or three years out of med- ical school give their expert opinion. This means that you have had first-hand contact with a patient and you are called to give the facts of your encounter only. Suppositions, inferences and opinions are the task of the expert witness who is usu- ally a consultant or SpR. If you are asked to give your opinion, as I have been, you should refuse, but it is easier said than done. If you are ever asked to give an opinion you should discuss it with your consultant or,in the A&E department,the head of department. A&E departments are well experi- enced in dealing with court cases and statements. Usually a single consultant will vet any statement that is to leave their department and, if you are summoned to court, they will attend with you for moral support. However, the problem arises when you are called to attend after you have left the post. In this case, you should still contact your old head of department for advice. Getting on in Your Senior House Officer Post 81 Another trick played when you arrive at court is for the barrister leading the case to go over your statement with you and hint that you will have to give your opinion when you are on the stand. Taking the stand and giving evidence providing you stick to the golden rule is sur- prisingly easy and should not be a nerve-wracking experience. You will be called into the courtroom and asked to swear in using a holy book of your choice (Bible,Torah,Koran, etc. Once you are on the stand you will face the jury (if there is one) and the barristers. Everyone in the courtroom is there at that point to hear what you have to say. They will ask you only simple questions (providing you stick to the golden rule) and expect straightforward answers. If you feel that you are being harassed then you may ask for the judge to intervene, but usu- ally he or she will do this before you need to. Once you have given your evidence you must remain on the stand until the judge has given you permission to leave. Once you have left the stand you are usually allowed to go home or permitted to sit in the public gallery to hear the remainder of the case. The Witness Service will give you a form for claiming your expenses,whereby you can claim for your time and travelling expenses. A cheque for a significant sum in your favour usually arrives within two weeks, but this extra source of income should be declared to the tax man! When Patients Are Mismanaged This section applies more to SHOs, as they have enough experience to know when a patient has not been managed appropriately, but if you are switched on in your PRHO post then read on. If you think that a patient has been mismanaged by other doctors or nursing staff then you need to consider one thing before getting agitated. If so,adjust their management accordingly in a logical calm manner and explain to the nurses looking after the patient why you have changed their management. Once the patient is safe, then consider this: if you were in the place of the person whom you feel has mismanaged the patient, what would you have done differently? It is usually best to assess this when you are relaxed and calm, often several hours or days after the event.

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The Cone caliper is satisfactory but requires small scalp incisions and the drilling of 1mm impressions in the outer table of the skull buy cheap colospa 135 mg online. Insertion too far anteriorly interferes with temporalis function and causes trismus order colospa 135 mg. The Crutchfield caliper is no longer recommended because of the high incidence of complications. When the upper cervical spine is injured less traction is required for reduction and stabilisation. Usually 1–2kg is enough for stabilisation; if more weight is used overdistraction at the site of injury may cause neurological deterioration. A neck roll (not a sandbag) should be placed behind the neck to maintain the normal cervical lordosis. Pressure sores of the scalp in the occipital region are common, and care must be taken to cushion the occiput when positioning the patient. When necessary this can be achieved by using a suitably covered fluid-filled plastic bag, having ensured that there is no matted hair that could act as a source of pressure. If the spine is dislocated reduction can usually be achieved by increasing the weight by about 4kg every 30 minutes (sometimes up to a total of 25kg) with the neck in Figure 5. The patient must be examined neurologically before each increment, and the traction force must be reduced immediately if the neurology deteriorates. Manipulation under general anaesthesia is an alternative method of reduction, but, although complete neurological recovery has been reported after this procedure, there have been adverse effects in some patients and manipulation should 22 Early management and complications—II only be attempted by specialists. Halo traction is a useful alternative to skull calipers, particularly in patients with incomplete tetraplegia, and conversion to a halo brace permits early mobilisation. Skull traction is a satisfactory treatment for unstable injuries of the cervical spine in the early stages, but when the spinal cord lesion is incomplete, early operative fusion may be indicated to prevent further neurological damage. The decision to operate may sometimes be made before the patient is transferred to the spinal injuries unit, and if so the spinal unit Figure 5. Another indication for operation is an open wound, such as that following a gunshot or stab injury. Skull traction is unnecessary for patients with cervical spondylosis who sustain a hyperextension injury with tetraplegia but have no fracture or dislocation. In these circumstances the patient should be nursed with the head in slight flexion but otherwise free from restriction. The thoracic and lumbar spine Most thoracic and lumbar injuries are caused by flexion-rotation forces. Conservative treatment for injuries associated with cord damage is designed to minimise spinal movement, and to support the patient to maintain the correct posture. In practice a pillow under the lumbar spine to preserve normal lordosis is sometimes used. Dislocations of the thoracic and lumbar spine may sometimes be reduced by this Figure 5. Right: incorrect traction—too great a weight and recommended in some patients with unstable fracture- head in extension—leading to distraction with neurological dislocations to prevent further cord or nerve root damage, deterioration. As yet there is no convincing evidence that internal fixation aids neurological recovery. Transfer to a spinal injuries unit In the United Kingdom, there are only 11 spinal injuries units and most patients will be admitted to a district general hospital for their initial treatment. Immediate transfer is ideal, as management in an acute specialised unit is associated with reduced mortality, increased neurological recovery, shorter length of stay and reduced cost of care, compared to treatment in a non- Box 5. The objects of management are to prevent • To prevent further spinal cord damage by reduction and further spinal cord damage by appropriate reduction and stabilisation of spine stabilisation of the spine, to prevent secondary neuronal injury, • To prevent secondary neuronal injury and to prevent medical complications. Unfortunately, some patients will not be fit enough for immediate transfer because of Box 5. In such cases it is advisable to consult, and perhaps arrange a visit by, a Patient unfit to transfer—multiple injuries —need for emergency surgery spinal injuries consultant.

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