Background: Traffic accident is when only material damage is caused to the vehicle, track or environment, and there are no casualties. Traffic disaster is such an event in which, besides the material damage, there are human casualties. Traffic disaster is such an event in which, besides the material damage, there are human casualties.
Aim: Provision of emergency medical care in all phases of the management of injured persons in traffic accidents with basic and abnormal trauma support in order to reduce: morbidity, validity and mortality and increasing the quality of EMS.
Materials and methods: Samples of the survey were only injured in traffic accidents and the main causes were; age, sex, place of residence, seasons, weekdays and months, sleepwalking, drug use, alcohol consumption, and medical assessment, poor quality of roads, speed overtaking, car testing, illness, mobile phone use, eating in the car, radio CD player.
Results: The research material was obtained from the UCCK - Clinic Clinic in Pristina archive for January - December 2015 and January - October 2016. Research samples were only injured in traffic accidents. In Kosovo, the Emergency Clinic for January-December was 55.294 / 9.32% and 66 injured / 0.11%. Over 3 400 people die in the world's streets every day and tens of millions of people are injured.
Conclusions: EMS should be equipped with medical staff, medicines, medical equippment, concrete materials, ambulances with the aim of providing basic and advanced care to the nearest hospital. Educate and train emergency medical professionals with basic and advanced trauma training courses, especially the hospital and prehospital level, and be incorporated as a first class subject at all levels of school.
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