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Table 5 New model for prehospital trauma handover

From: National consensus on communication in prehospital trauma care, the DENIM study

1. Male / Female
2. Child / Adult
3. MOI
4. Injuries
5. A: Free / Potentially threatened / Threatened
6. B: Bradypnea / Eupnea / Tachypnea
7. C: Bradycardia / Normocardia / Tachycardia
 Peripheral pulse
 Blood Loss
8. D: Loss of consciousness
 Neurological deviations (pupillary defects, lateralization, open brain injury)
9. Given treatment
10. Relevant medical history
  1. MOI: Mechanism of injury, AVPU: alert, verbal, pain, unresponsive), AVPU: acronym for “Alert, Verbal, Pain, Unresponsive”