June 2016

Perspectives on Leadership – 2015 Keynote Address

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Perspectives on Leadership – Keynote Presenter Ronald Stewart, MD, University of Texas Health Science Center, San Antonio, TX, discusses regional performance issues, improvement, and leadership in trauma systems. Dr. Stewart’s unique perspective as an ACS COT Region Chief offers an in-depth look at trauma system functionality and leadership.

Therapeutic Hypothermia for Trauma

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Therapeutic Hypothermia for Trauma Speaker Hasan Alam, MD, discusses therapeutic hypothermia and its rationale, controversies, conclusions, and future directions.

Compassion Fatigue

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Compassion Fatigue Speaker Richard Miller, MD, discusses compassion fatigue and several cases he has been involved in. Speaker explains compassion fatigue and how to handle some cases.

Are Trauma Patients Candidates for ECMO?

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Are Trauma Patients Candidates for ECMO? Speaker Jordan Jacobs, MD, examines if trauma patients are candidates for ECMO. Dr. Jacobs discusses current background and the increased trend of utilizing ECMO to care for the severely injured patient.

Fasciotomy in Trauma

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Fasciotomy in Trauma Speaker Kenji Inaba, MD, discusses compartment syndrome and the diagnosis/ treatment. Kenji discusses that patients with extremity trauma are common to get compartment syndrome after.

Pan Scanning in Trauma

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Pan Scanning in Trauma Speaker David Livingston, MD, discusses imaging of a multiple injured patient and whether to us a pan scan or selective imaging.

Prehospital Fluid Intervention

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Prehospital Fluid Intervention Speaker Ali Salim, MD, discusses prehospital interventions with trauma patients. Speaker discusses different techniques of transporting patients in different environments.

Pancreatic and Duodenal Injury pt 2

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Pancreatic and Duodenal Injury pt 2 Speaker Kenji Inaba, MD, discusses subclavian injuries. Dr. Inaba talks about these injuries being uncommon, limited clinical experience needed, and difficult access.

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