Letter to the Editor
Response to Drew, R . (2020). Suspension Trauma: The silent killer.
Canadian Journal of Emergency Nursing. https://doi.org/10.29173/cjen18(IHR)
We read ‘Suspension Trauma. The silent killer by Richard Drew’ on suspension trauma with concern.
Here you can read the Letter to the Editor by ICAR MedCom Members:
International Hypothermia Registry (IHR)
The International Hypothermia Registry (IHR) is the first and only world-wide database on human accidental hypothermia with more than 250 entries from all continents.
This internet-based registry was created at the University Hospital of Geneva (HUG), Switzerland which hosts the data on its secure server. It is registered in Switzerland and has Ethical Approval from the University of Geneva.
The IHR’s main goal is to increase awareness and knowledge of accidental hypothermia by gathering sufficient relevant data through international networking, creating the largest database on deep accidental hypothermia. The Registry will enable the assessment of pre-hospital treatments, rewarming methods and survival factors as well as post-rewarming complications. This will allow the establishment of evidence-based knowledge and treatment guidelines, thus improving patients’ outcome.
The International Hypothermia Registry has a brand new website. The Database has been upgraded and revised for better research.
Have a look at the website :
Entries of Hypothermic Patients are encouraged and welcome. Registration is free of charge.
Mountaineers as comrade rescuers - deliciencies in First Aid knowledge, minimum physical fitness and technical requirements, and environmental exposures
Please find attached a publication by the UIAA (Küpper T and Morrison A) published in the German Journal of Sports Medicine
Küpper T. Morrison A.
Mountaineers as comrade rescuers - deliciencies in First Aid knowledge, minimum physical fitness and technical requirements, and environmental exposures.
Dtsch Z Sportmed. 2020: 71:280-285. d0i,10.5960/d2sm.2020.468
Here is the URL to the PDF: