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Watch our October Everlearning webinar, Mechanisms and CT findings in polytrauma
05 October 2018
Following requests for emergency radiology focused webinars we are delighted to have hosted Professor Mariano Scaglione for our October webinar on polytrauma. Click here to watch the recording.
When | Thursday 11th October | 5.30pm - 7.30pm BST
Where | Attend the webinar online or attend the event in person at Everlight's new central London offices at 350 Euston Road, NW1 3AX
Trauma is one of the leading causes of mortality in the industrialised countries. In this lecture Professor Scaglione will discuss the importance of CT scanners and up-to-date CT protocols for identification and characterisation of head to toe injuries. Finally, clues for diagnosis, tips and tricks, cases, cases, cases will be discussed!
Key learning outcomes:
- To demonstrate the relationship between mechanism and type of injuries
- To evaluate the importance of MDCT in the identification and characterization of injuries with emphasis on vascular injuries
- To show the value of dual-phase MDCT protocol in the assessment of critically injured patients
If you are unable to watch the event live you are still able to receive recording of the webinar with registration.
This webinar provides 2 CPD credits in accordance with the CPD Scheme of the Royal College of Radiologists.
Professor Mariano Scaglione, MD | Head of Radiology, Pinetagrande Hospital | Consultant Radiologist, Sunderland Royal Hospital
Dr. Scaglione was the Chairman for the Emergency Radiology Subcommittee for ECR in 2012, President of the Italian College of Emergency Radiology SIRM (2010-2014) and ESER President (2015-2017). He has been a member of the Emergency Radiology subcommittee of the Scientific Program for RSNA since 2012.
He is a seasoned speaker having delivered more than 100 presentations at international meetings and published author, publishing more than 120 papers, editing 12 books and was the primary author for 32 book chapters. He was also appointed Lead Editor for the Emergency Radiology Trilogy books and his article “Role of contrast-enhanced helical CT in the evaluation of acute thoracic aortic injuries” is one of the most cited articles in the Eur Radiol Journal in the last 25 years. He is an Editorial Board Member in many Radiology journals including “Emergency Radiology” the official journal of the ASER since 2005.
He became a “Full Professor of Radiology” through the Italian Ministry of Education, Research and University and Research in 4/2017 and was awarded the “Gold Medal” for ESER 2014.