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***[[Harbor:Ebola|Suspected Ebola protocol]]
 
***[[Harbor:Ebola|Suspected Ebola protocol]]
** Replantation Patients
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*** For immediate clinical management see "Replantation"
 
*** Obtain Urgent Hand Call Consult
 
*** If potential replantation candidate per Hand Call initiate transfer to USC through MAC (USC should NOT decline do to "closed status" - see below)
 
***•State to MAC "We are requesting a Higher Level of Care Urgent/Emergent transfer to USC per DHS Policy 373.3" (this makes the request a priority and should get transfer approved within 60 minutes)
 
***If there is disagreement between HUCLA Hand Call and USC Replantation service about proceeding with replantation - HUCLA Hand Call Service should directly talk with USC replantation service.
 
***If there is still disagreement - HUCLA Hand Call attending must talk to USC replantation attending.
 
***If there continues to be disagreement - the patient WILL be accepted by USC for an in-person evaluation by the replantation service (per CMO's at USC and HUCLA) - please involve both Trauma Attending and Director of Operations for the ED (Peterson) or Chair, Emergency Department if this occurs.
 
***If the patient is transferred to USC and after evaluation it is decided that replantation is not indicated - HUCLA WILL accept the patient back in transfer.
 
***TRANSFERS FOR POTENTIAL REPLANTATION WILL PROCEED REGARDLESS OF WHETHER USC HAS AVAILABLE BEDS. (Even if closed to transfers for that reason per CMO Spellberg at USC)
 
 
 
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==Patient Disposition==
 
==Patient Disposition==

Revision as of 04:55, 12 February 2019

This is the main page for Harbor-UCLA emergency department; See Pediatric ED for the main Harbor pediatric page.

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