Trauma & Polytrauma Care

The Department of Emergency Medicine at Sterling Hospitals Gurukul Ahmedabad is well-equipped to handle Trauma and Poly Trauma cases. The department has a team of experienced and highly skilled doctors and nurses who work round the clock to provide timely and effective care to patients in need. 

Trauma refers to any physical injury or wound caused by an external force, such as a fall, motor vehicle accident, or sports injury. Poly trauma refers to the presence of multiple injuries in a single patient, often caused by high impact accidents. 

The Department of Emergency Medicine at Sterling Hospitals Gurukul Ahmedabad offers comprehensive care and treatment for Trauma and Poly Trauma patients. The department is equipped with state-of-the-art facilities, including advanced imaging technology, such as CT scans and X-rays, to quickly and accurately diagnose injuries. 

The Trauma and Poly Trauma team at Sterling Hospitals Gurukul Ahmedabad comprises highly skilled doctors, nurses, and support staff who work together to provide multidisciplinary care to patients. The team follows a systematic and structured approach to ensure that patients receive timely and appropriate treatment. 

In addition to providing medical care, the department also offers psychological support to patients and their families. The team works closely with social workers and counselors to provide emotional and psychological support to patients and their families during the recovery process. 

Overall, the Department of Emergency Medicine at Sterling Hospitals Gurukul Ahmedabad is dedicated to providing the highest quality care and treatment to Trauma and Poly Trauma patients in a timely and compassionate manner. 

Common trauma and Polytrauma  

Trauma and polytrauma refer to injuries caused by physical force, which can range from minor to life-threatening. Common types of trauma and polytrauma include: 

  • Motor vehicle accidents: These can cause injuries such as fractures, head injuries, and internal bleeding. 
  • Falls: Falls from heights or on a level surface can cause fractures, head injuries, and spinal cord injuries. 
  • Sports injuries: Injuries such as fractures, sprains, and concussions can occur during sports activities. 
  • Work-related injuries: People who work in construction, factories, and other hazardous jobs are at risk for injuries such as fractures, cuts, and burns. 
  • Assaults: Physical assaults can cause a wide range of injuries, including head injuries, fractures, and stab or gunshot wounds. 
  • Blast injuries: Explosions can cause injuries such as burns, fractures, and traumatic brain injuries. 
  • Polytrauma: Polytrauma refers to multiple injuries sustained in a single incident, which can be life-threatening and require immediate medical attention. Examples include injuries sustained in a severe car accident or a building collapse. 

It's important to seek immediate medical attention if you have sustained any type of trauma or polytrauma. Treatment options depend on the severity of the injuries and may include surgery, medication, physical therapy, and rehabilitation.