徐芳达: 医院系统化创伤治疗程序助降低死亡率

徐芳达: 医院系统化创伤治疗程序助降低死亡率

Posted on 24 April, 2016 - By 胡洁梅 (Zao Bao)

公共医院推出系统化创伤治疗,有助把创伤死亡率从2012年的8.7%减至2014年的7.5%。目前所有公共医院符合标准,卫生部兼通讯及新闻部政务部长徐芳达鼓励私人医院采用相同程序。 - See more at: http://www.zaobao.com.sg/lifestyle/health/news/story20160425-609127#stha...

颜金勇:不仅是卫生部 各部门须协调老人创伤管理

颜金勇:不仅是卫生部 各部门须协调老人创伤管理

Posted on 18 April, 2015 - By 周海丽 (联合早报)

随着我国人口老龄化,年长者的创伤管理和预防日益迫切,卫生部长颜金勇表示这并不只是卫生部的问题,各部门必须更紧密合作。颜金勇今早到陈笃生医院为本年度的“创伤峰会”主持开幕致辞说,创伤可以影响任何年龄层的人。而在新加坡,大多数住院治疗的病人,受到的创伤程度也有所不同。

多数发生在家里 严重意外创伤者 三分之一是老人

多数发生在家里 严重意外创伤者 三分之一是老人

Posted on 12 April, 2014 - By 杨漾 (联合早报)

本地医院发现,近年来越来越多老人因跌伤送院,伤者也越来越高龄。65岁以上老人因多有骨质疏松或糖尿病和高血压等慢性疾病,最容易跌伤的部位是头部,胸部和四肢,一旦受到创伤,他们因伤去世的风险比一般伤者高出至少一倍。

TTSH's trauma centre treating more seniors

TTSH's trauma centre treating more seniors

Posted on 12 April, 2014 - By By Linette Lai (The Straits Times)

Elderly patients with fall injuries make up nearly half the cases, hospital figures show.

45岁早逝者 外伤是首要死因

45岁早逝者 外伤是首要死因

Posted on 29 May, 2013 - By 邹文学 (联合早报)

陈笃生医院普通外科主管邱明德医生:胸腹遭受的外伤,即使不丧命,治疗过程也会十分漫长。

Road Accident Injuries 'Getting More Serious'

Road Accident Injuries 'Getting More Serious'

Posted on 27 May, 2013 - By Melissa Pang (The Straits Times)

Injuries suffered by victims of road traffic accidents are becoming increasingly serious, according to figures from two Singapore Hospitals

Nearest Hospital ‘Not Always the Best’

Nearest Hospital ‘Not Always the Best’

Posted on 13 April, 2013 - By Derrick Ho (The Sunday Times)

In future, trauma patients may be directed based on injuries, not proximity.

创 伤治疗护理疗伤也护心

创 伤治疗护理疗伤也护心

Posted on 29 March, 2013 - By 杨漾 (联合早报)

据卫生部提供的资料,本地最常见 的三类创伤是高处跌落、交通意外 和遭受袭击。新加坡国立大学医 院、中央医院和陈笃生医院的医生 受访时分别表示,医院创伤护理由 多个部门的专科医生负责,涉及普 通创伤外科、神经外科、骨科和修 复重建外科等领域。同时,治疗阶 段的心理复原也很重要。

Tan Tock Seng to Boost Its Trauma Centre

Tan Tock Seng to Boost Its Trauma Centre

Posted on 29 March, 2013 - By Poon Chian Hui (The Straits Times)

WHEN a person shows up at Tan Tock Seng Hospital’s (TTSH) emergency department with life-threatening injuries, he goes straight to its “trauma centre”.

Ride Safely

Ride Safely

Posted on 31 October, 2012 - By Lea Wee (The Straits Times's Mind Your Body)

Using the right gear, such as a helmet, proper shoes and bicycle lights, can prevent accidents.

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