Damage Control: Advances in Trauma Resuscitation, An Issue of Emergency Medicine Clinics of North America. The Clinics: Internal Medicine 36-1

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  • Region: America, North America, United States
  • Elsevier Health Science
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This issue of Emergncy Medicine Clinics, edited by Christopher Hicks and Andrew Petrosoniak, includes: Human factors in trauma resuscitation; rational approach to the trauma patient in shock; evidence-based updated on traumatic cardiac arrest; trauma airway; neuro-trauma management; managing thoracic trauma; major hemorrhage in trauma; major trauma in non trauma center; pelvic and abdominal trauma; major vascular injury; Special considerations in paediatric trauma; and Special considerations in geriatric trauma.

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Emergency Medicine Clinics

Damage Control: Advances in Trauma Resuscitation

Foreword: Damage Control: Advances in Trauma Resuscitation

Preface: Seismology and Advances in Trauma Resuscitation

The Human Factor: Optimizing Trauma Team Performance in Dynamic Clinical Environments

Reanimating Patients After Traumatic Cardiac Arrest: A Practical Approach Informed by Best Evidence

Resuscitation Resequenced: A Rational Approach to Patients with Trauma in Shock

Airway Management in Trauma

The Evolving Science of Trauma Resuscitation

Secondary Gains: Advances in Neurotrauma Management

Critical Decisions in the Management of Thoracic Trauma

Major Abdominal Trauma: Critical Decisions and New Frontiers in Management

Acute Management of the Traumatically Injured Pelvis

Management of Major Vascular Injuries: Neck, Extremities, and Other Things that Bleed

Major Trauma Outside a Trauma Center: Prehospital, Emergency Department, and Retrieval Considerations

The Tragically Hip: Trauma in Elderly Patients

The Kids Are Alright: Pediatric Trauma Pearls
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Hicks, Christopher University of Toronto.

Petrosoniak, Andrew University of Toronto.
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