Free RABitt - XR with CT correlation for trauma/injuries seen in the emergency department - focussing on case studies.
Presenter: Vicki Koi
Imaging the trauma patient can sometimes be challenging! This lecture will highlight pathologies seen in the trauma setting using plain Xray and correlation with CT scanning. The chosen case studies will demonstrate the importance of both imaging techniques with the severity of some injuries not always being aligned on plain Xray and CT. You will also be provided with tips and tricks for patient positioning, scan protocols and image optimisation in this challenging trauma environment.
Vicki is a senior radiographer at the Royal Brisbane and Women’s Hospital (RBWH) in Queensland. She holds a Bachelor of Science and Graduate certificate in eHealth with UQ and a Bachelor of Medical Imaging Science with QUT. Since graduating in 2013, Vicki has held various positions including Acting Emergency Imaging Team Leader and most recently as the Acting Radiographer Assistant Director for the Surgical Treatment and Rehabilitation Service (STARS) at Herston during the initial commissioning phase of the medical imaging department. Vicki is also a contributing member of the general x-ray education group at the RBWH and ASMIRT general radiography reference group. Vicki’s keen interest in trauma and emergency imaging, lead the relaunch of the Radiographer abnormality alert system (RAAS) at the RBWH Emergency and Trauma Center (ETC) in 2018 which has contributed to improved patient safety and outcomes.
|Event Date||28-10-2021 7:00 pm|