Trauma; the basic approach
Some links to useful resources
Official ATLS video of how to conduct primary survey (11 minute video-actually quite good summary despite annoying cheery Americans).
Or a brief academic paper for those who like it official.
Probably more importantly, this guide on how to lead a trauma team is clear and real world based.
Being an anaesthetists can't be that hard? But for a detailed approach to how to manage a trauma patient's airway BJA have excellent article on this.
Open chest wound
3 sided impermeable dressing and chest drain in another location.
Bang in a chest drain and give blood; for a more nuanced approach CoreEm have a good summary.
An incredibly detailed review of tamponade from Emcrit.
Watch 11 different tamponade ultrasound videos here.
NICE advice is scanty but worth knowing
LITFL have a detailed, evidence-based but readable guide