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   ADULT TRAUMA CLINICAL PRACTICE GUIDELINES :: Management of Hypovolaemic Shock in the Trauma Patient  b l o o d O - n e g    H   Y   P   O   V   O   L   A   E   M   I   C   S   H   O   C   K   G   U   I   D   E   L   I   N   E  Suggested citation: Ms Sharene Pascoe, Ms Joan Lynch 2007,  Adult Trauma Clinical Practice Guidelines,Management of Hypovolaemic Shock in the Trauma Patient  , NSW Institute of Trauma and Injury Management. AuthorsMs Sharene Pascoe (RN), Rural Critical Care Clinical Nurse ConsultantMs Joan Lynch (RN), Project Manager, Trauma Service, Liverpool HospitalEditorial teamNSW ITIMClinical Practice Guidelines CommitteeMr Glenn Sisson (RN), Trauma Clinical Education Manager, NSW ITIMDr Michael Parr, Intensivist, Liverpool Hospital Assoc. Prof. Michael Sugrue, Trauma Director, Trauma Service, Liverpool Hospital This work is copyright. It may be reproduced in whole or in part for studytraining purposes subject to the inclusion of an acknowledgement of the source. It may not be reproduced for commercial usage or sale. Reproduction for purposesother than those indicated above requires written permission from the NSW Insitituteof Trauma and Injury Management.© NSW Institute of Trauma and Injury ManagementSHPN(TI) 070024ISBN978-1-74187-102-9For further copies contact: NSW Institute of Trauma and Injury Management PO Box 6314, North Ryde, NSW 2113Ph: (02) 9887 5726or can be downloaded from the NSW ITIM websitehttp://www.itim.nsw.gov.auor theNSW Health websitehttp://www.health.nsw.gov.auJanuary 2007  Management of Hypovolaemic Shock in the Trauma Patient  :: NSW ITIM PAGE i    H   Y   P   O   V   O   L   A   E   M   I   C   S   H   O   C   K   G   U   I   D   E   L   I   N   E Important notice! b l o o d O - n e g  'Management of Hypovolaemic Shock in the Trauma Patient’ clinical practice guidelines areaimed at assisting clinicians in informed medical decision-making. They are not intended toreplace decision-making. The authors appreciate the heterogeneity of the patient populationand the signs and symptoms they may present with and the need to often modifymanagement in light of a patient's co-morbidities. The guidelines are intended to provide a general guide to the management of specifiedinjuries. The guidelines are not a definitive statement on the correct procedures, rather theyconstitute a general guide to be followed subject to the clinicians judgement in each case. The information provided is based on the best available information at the time of writing, which is December 2003. These guidelines will therefore be updated every five years and consider new evidence as it becomes available. These guidelines are intended for use in adults only.  All guidelines regarding pre-hospital care should be read and considered in conjunction with NSW Ambulance Service protocols.  ::
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