Trauma is the leading cause of death in age group less than 45 years. In trauma, time is one of the most crucial factors in predicting prognosis. Outcomes are greatly improved when critical interventions are provided within the golden hour following injury. Whole body multidetector computerised tomography (WBMDCT) can decrease this critical time and increase survival. Emergency CT plays a major role in diagnostic workflow in the evaluation of patients with polytrauma. MDCT scanners are widely used because they rapidly produce high-resolution scans of large areas, offering short examination times for multiple body regions under emergency conditions. Such examinations most often include the head, cervical spine, and thorax to pelvis. Role of MDCT in head trauma remains unparalleled for reasons like its widespread availability and capability to reveal skull fractures, primarily because it is a fast and efficient method to triage the patients with treatable conditions mandating urgent surgical intervention such as extra axial hematomas, mass effect, herniations of brain, hydrocephalus, and midline shift and hence preventing secondary brain injury. MDCT angiography is an important tool to screen patients with suspected vascular injury.
In this paper, we
demonstrate n-party controlled
unitary gate implementations locally on arbitrary remote state through linear
entangled channel where control parties share entanglement with the adjacent
control parties and only one of them shares entanglement with the target party.
In such a network, we describe the protocol of simultaneous implementation of
controlled-Hermitian gate starting from three party scenarios.
We also explicate the implementation of three party controlled-Unitary gates, a
generalized form of Toffoli gate and subsequently generalize the protocol for n-party using