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Fascia iliaca hip nerve blocks are increasingly recognised as offering very effective analgesia for fractured hips - both prehospitally, as well as community hospitals and centres of expertise. Source: Mackinnon Rural General Hospital, Broadford, Skye Main Contact: Dr Alistair Innes, Rural Practitioner Current at: December 2016 Acknowledgements: Thanks to Dr Innes who has kindly made...

This pathway for major trauma has been developed to link immediate management of trauma - including interventions possible at a community hospital - with appropriate transfer under the major trauma network being developed in Scotland. Source: Arran Medical Group/Arran War Memorial Hospital Main Contact: David Hogg, GP Current at: November 2016 Management...

This Acute Coronary Syndrome pathway has been developed to link immediate management of ACS (including thrombolysis and other measures possible at a community hospital) with appropriate transfer for primary/secondary PCI. Source: Arran Medical Group/Arran War Memorial Hospital Main Contact: David Hogg, GP Current at: August 2016 Our ACS pathway has...