Trauma guidelines are a vital tool to assist trauma clinicians in making appropriate clinical decisions when caring for an injured patient. 

Guidelines are intended to provide a general guide to the management of specified injuries. They are not a definitive statement on correct procedures. Rather, they constitute a general guide to be followed subject to a clinician’s judgement in each case. 

 

You may also be interested in guidelines developed by the regional trauma networks: 

Note: The National Trauma Network has no editorial input into these guidelines and is not responsible for their content. 

Northern Region Trauma Guidelines

Starship Paediatric Trauma Guidelines

Midland Trauma Region Guidelines

NSW Institute of Trauma and Injury Management