Big T Trauma Series Ep. 1 - Neck Trauma
Neck trauma Hosts: Patrick Georgoff, MD and Jayne McCauley, MD The inaugural episode of the BIG T TRAUMA series! This series will offer clinically oriented material that focuses on how best to care for traumatically injured and critically ill patients. The information presented in this podcast is designed for surgical trainees but is appropriate for anyone with an interest in trauma surgery, including medical students, advanced practice providers, and nurses. This episode will cover neck trauma, and includes important learning points related to blunt and penetrating injury. Demystify neck trauma today!!! References: Burlew et al, J Trauma 2012, Blunt cerebrovascular injuries: Redefining screening criteria in the era of noninvasive diagnosis (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22327974) Biffl et al, J Trauma 1999, Blunt carotid arterial injuries: implications of a new grading scale (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/10568710) EAST guideline: Clinical Practice Guideline: Penetrating Zone II Neck Trauma (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18469667) East guideline: Blunt Cerebrovascular Injury Practice Management (https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20154559)
27 Apr 2020
COVID19 Special - Ventilator Management Refresher for Surgeons
Check out Dr. Patrick Georgoff's Youtube video that describes in more detail the basics of managing a ventilator. https://youtu.be/RHx-p5RFoaA Some great resources tagged below: ARDSnet ventilator protocols: http://www.ardsnet.org/files/ventilator_protocol_2008-07.pdf Caring for the COVID pt from JAMA https://jamanetwork.com/journals/jama/fullarticle/2762996
19 Mar 2020
BTK ABSITE #26: DO NOT OPEN UNTIL ON YOUR WAY TO ABSITE
Recorded a few years ago for ABSITE and one of our first reviews, but these are truly your tips and tricks to get you those few extra points! Thanks everyone for all the support through ABSITE season. The hard part is over, now you just have to take the test.
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