Oklahoma Statute requires the State Health Department to develop and monitor a data collection system for trauma (Section 1-2511 of Title 63). The Trauma Registry was developed pursuant to that requirement. It is a database that contains detailed information about injuries that meet a specified level of severity. This information is submitted by hospitals.
|Trauma Registry Training Dates 2020|
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Sapulpa, OK 74066
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Reports can be run on the data contained in the trauma registry. These reports may be designed to answer specific questions such as:
- Trends in type of injury;
- Demographic profile of injured individuals;
- Geographic distribution of traumatic injuries;
- Economic impact of traumatic injury;
- Outcome of traumatic injuries.
The ability to gather, analyze and utilize this type of data is vitally important to successful implementation and improvement of a trauma system. This data can be utilized to develop injury prevention strategies, treatment protocols and perform quality improvement activities.
|Authors||Date||Article Title||Journal Title||Volume (issue): location|
|Tabitha Garwe, Kenneth E. Stewart, Craig D. Newgard, Julie A. Stoner, John C. Sacra, et al||2019||Survival Benefit of Treatment at or Transfer to a Tertiary Trauma Center among Injured Older Adults||Prehospital Emergency Care||DOI: 10.1080/10903127.2019.1632997
|2018||Repeat Computed Tomography Scans among Inter-Facility Transferred Major Trauma Patients in Oklahoma, 2009-2015.||Emergency Radiology||25(4):349-356|
Stewart K, Oluborode B, McGinnis H.
|2018||Direct Air versus Ground Transport Predictors for Rural Pediatric Trauma.||Air Medical Journal||37(3):165-169|
Garwe T, Stewart K, Stoner J, Newgard CD, Scott M,
Sacra J, Albrecht RM.
|2017||Out-of-hospital and Inter-hospital Under-triage to Designated Tertiary Trauma Centers among Injured Older Adults: A 10-year Statewide Geospatial-Adjusted Analysis.||Prehospital Emergency Care||21(6): 734-743|
|Stewart K, Garwe T, Bhandari N, Danford B, Albrecht R.||2016||Factors Associated with the Use of Helicopter Inter-Facility Transport of Trauma Patients to Tertiary Trauma Centers within an Organized Rural Trauma System.||Prehospital Emergency Care||20(5): 601-608|
|Couch JR, Stewart KE.||2016||The Effect of Traumatic Brain Injury on Headache Prevalence and the Impact in Male Veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan Wars at 4-11 years after Deployment: A Comparison of Subjects Who Did and Did Not Suffer a Deployment-Related TBI.||Headache: The Journal of Head and Face Pain||56(6): 1004-1021|
|Stewart KE, Cowan LD, Thompson DM, Sacra JC, Albrecht R.||2011||Association of Direct Helicopter versus Ground Transport and In-Hospital Mortality in Trauma Patients: A Propensity Score Analysis.||Academic Emergency Medicine||(18): 1208-1216|
|Stewart KE, Cowan LD, Thompson DM, Sacra JC, Albrecht R.||2011||Factors at the Scene of Injury Associated with Air Versus Ground Transport to Definitive Care in a State with a Large Rural Population.||Prehospital Emergency Care||15(2): 193-202|
|Stewart KE, Cowan LD, Thompson DM.||2011||Changing to AIS 2005 and Agreement of Injury Severity Scores in a Trauma Registry with Scores Based on Manual Chart Review.||Injury, Int. J. Care Injured||42(9): 934-939|
Garwe T, Cowan LD, Neas BR,
Sacra JC, Albrecht RM, Rich KM.
|2011||A Propensity Score Analysis of Pre-Hospital Factors and Directness of Transport of Major Trauma Patients to a Level I Trauma Center.||Journal of Trauma||70(1): 120-129|
Garwe T, Cowan LD, Neas BR,
Sacra JC, Albrecht RM.
|2011||Directness of Transport of Major Trauma Patients to a Level I Trauma Center: A Propensity-Adjusted Survival Analysis of the Impact on Short-Term Mortality.||Journal of Trauma||70(5): 1118-1127|
|Garwe T, Cowan LD, Neas BR, Cathey T, Danford BC, Greenawalt P.||2010||Survival Benefit of Transfer to Tertiary Trauma Centers for Major Trauma Patients Initially Presenting to Non-tertiary Trauma Centers.||Academic Emergency Medicine||17(11): 1223-1232|
Yang Wan, PhD, email@example.com
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