Trauma Nova Scotia

Rm 1-026B Centennial Bldg.

1276 South Park St.

Halifax NS B3H 2Y9

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TNS Trauma Procedure Video Series

This video series was produced to serve as a resource to support all members of our trauma teams across Nova Scotia. This series uses clinical grade cadavers to demonstrate common procedures required for the management of critically ill trauma patients. (MORE)

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Story of Survival

Curtis Coley is a living miracle. He's a son who the province's medical trauma director says had less than one percent chance of surviving horrific injuries sustained in a car crash. He's a young man who died three times and was brought back through heroic medical treatment. (FULL STORY)

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PIH in Trauma

Development of postintubation hypotension (PIH) in critically ill patients in the ED and ICU settings is known to be associated with increased morbidity and mortality. It is unclear if the same is true in the trauma population. To address this, we retrospectively analyzed intubated trauma patients in Nova Scotia... (MORE) 

TNS Education Planner

Plan ahead to attend upcoming educational activities using the TNS Education Planner. This tool makes it easy to learn about what's coming up, including ATLS courses, RTTDC, clinical trauma rounds, webinars, simulations, and more. New events will be added regularly to the TNS Education Planner. (MORE

Forensic Blood Collection in Nova Scotia

The rationale and process for forensic blood collection in the province of Nova Scotia. Featuring: Dr. Rob Green, Dr. John Ross, Dr. Heather Flemming, and Cst. John McLeod of the Halifax Regional Police. Watch the full video here.