I read your query. I cannot understand what kind of trauma you are seeking advice for because different splints and ways are there to manage specific region trauma. Anyways, in case of trauma, you need to examine the patient in detail, splint any injured extremity, and look for patency of the airway, breathing pattern of the patient, and relevant I/V (intravenous) fluids to maintain blood pressure. Foley's catheter to measure urine output and ET tube (endotracheal tube) if intubation is required. If you can state which trauma you seek some advice for, I can tell you in detail what you require. Kindly let me know if anything else is required.
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