T01 Head injury (A sample abstract of this guideline is available)
T02 Nasal trauma
T03 Blunt orbital trauma
T04 Orbital trauma: penetrating injury
T05 Orbital lesions: suspected foreign body
T06 Middle-third facial injury
T07 Mandibular trauma
T08 Cervical spine assessment in conscious patient with head and/or facial injury only
T09 Cervical spine assessment in unconscious patient with head injury
T10 Neck injury with pain
T11 Neck injury with neurological deficit
T12 Neck injury with pain but initial XR normal; suspected ligamentous injury
T13 Thoracic and lumbar spine trauma without pain or neurological deficit
T14 Thoracic and lumbar spine trauma with pain but no neurological deficit, or patient not able to be evaluated
T15 Thoracic and lumbar spine trauma with neurological deficit with or without pain
T16 Pelvic injury with inability to weight-bear
T17 Pelvic injury with urethral bleeding
T18 Trauma to coccyx or coccydynia
T19 Shoulder injury
T20 Elbow trauma
T21 Wrist injury: suspected scaphoid fracture
T22 Knee trauma: fall/blunt trauma
T23 Acute ankle injury
T24 Foot injury
T25 Stress fracture
T26 Soft tissue injury: foreign body – eg, metal, glass, painted wood, thorns
T27 Ingested foreign bodies
T28 Ingested foreign body: sharp or potentially poisonous – eg, battery
T29 Chest trauma: minor
T30 Chest trauma: moderate severity, stable patient
T31 Penetrating chest injury
T32 Sternal injury
T33 Blunt abdominal injury
T34 Penetrating abdominal injury
T35 Renal trauma: blunt or penetrating injury with haematuria
T36 Major trauma – unconscious or confused patient but haemodynamically stable
T37 Major life-threatening trauma