Objective: a retrospective analysis of the frequency of emergency medical care for victims with catatrauma. Material and methods: 898 case histories of victims with catatrauma, who were in RSCEMP in 2010-2015, were studied. Digital material processed by the method of variation statistics. Results: hospitalized with catatrauma accounted for 13.9% of the total victims with various injuries. The solution of diagnostic and treatment tasks for victims of catatrauma was hampered by the presence of shock (30.8%). Operational activity was 53%. Lethal outcomes were observed in 10.2% of cases. Conclusions: the organization of the operating and anti-shock unit in the structure of the emergency department of emergency centers with appropriate equipment, personnel structure provides a multidisciplinary approach to the management of victims with catatrauma, allowing you to reduce the time for diagnosis of injuries and to achieve improved treatment results.