Sechs Jahre Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) in Deutschland View Full Text


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2010-04-23

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M. Münzberg, L. Mahlke, B. Bouillon, T. Paffrath, G. Matthes, C.G. Wölfl

ABSTRACT

With over 1 million certified physicians in more than 50 countries worldwide, the Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS) concept is one of the most successful international education programs. The concept is simple, priority-orientated (ABCDE scheme) and assesses the situation of the trauma patient on the basis of vital signs to treat the life-threatening injuries immediately. With over 100 ATLS provider courses and 10 instruction courses accomplished in less than 6 years, no other land in the world has successfully established this concept in such a short time as Germany. Meanwhile nearly 1,600 colleagues have been trained and certified.Evaluation of the first 100 ATLS courses in Germany supports this concept. The total evaluation of all courses is 1.36 (1.06–1.8, n=100). The individual parts of the course were marked as followed: presentations 1.6 (1.0–2.81, n=100), practical skills stations 1.46 (1.0–2.4, n=100) and surgical skills stations 1.38 (1.0–2.38, n=100).In 2009 a total of 47 ATLS courses were accomplished which will clearly increase in 2010. Other ATLS formats, such as ATCN (Advanced Trauma Care for Nurses) and refresher courses are planned for the beginning of 2010. More... »

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561-567

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