Équipe de la structure des urgences de l’hôpital d’instruction des armées Legouest, Dr Noemie Lutz
The management of a patient with limb trauma begins with a rapid assessment of the lesions in order to prioritise the treatment of life-threatening lesions, primarily haemorrhage. Severe limb trauma is defi ned by the presence of specific severity criteria and requires the injured person to be referred to a specialised severe trauma centre. Th e prognosis is twofold, both vital and functional, based on the speed as well as the quality of immediate pre-hospital care, specific hospital care and the prevention of secondary complications.
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