February 2017 - Volume 82 - Issue 2
pp: 233-433

Preperitoneal pelvic packing reduces mortality in patients with life-threatening hemorrhage due to unstable pelvic fractures

Burlew, Clay Cothren; Moore, Ernest E.; Stahel, Philip F.; More

Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery . 82(2):233-242, February 2017.

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Acute right heart failure after hemorrhagic shock and trauma pneumonectomy—a management approach: A blinded randomized controlled animal trial using inhaled nitric oxide

Lubitz, Andrea L.; Sjoholm, Lars O.; Goldberg, Amy; More

Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery . 82(2):243-251, February 2017.

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Cervical spine MRI in patients with negative CT: A prospective, multicenter study of the Research Consortium of New England Centers for Trauma (ReCONECT)

Maung, Adrian A.; Johnson, Dirk C.; Barre, Kimberly; More

Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery . 82(2):263-269, February 2017.

External validation of the Air Medical Prehospital Triage score for identifying trauma patients likely to benefit from scene helicopter transport

Brown, Joshua B.; Gestring, Mark L.; Guyette, Francis X.; More

Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery . 82(2):270-279, February 2017.


Surgical rescue: The next pillar of acute care surgery

Kutcher, Matthew E.; Sperry, Jason L.; Rosengart, Matthew R.; More

Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery . 82(2):280-286, February 2017.

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Sympathoadrenal activation and endotheliopathy are drivers of hypocoagulability and hyperfibrinolysis in trauma: A prospective observational study of 404 severely injured patients

Ostrowski, Sisse R.; Henriksen, Hanne H.; Stensballe, Jakob; More

Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery . 82(2):293-301, February 2017.

Early and sustained vasopressin infusion augments the hemodynamic efficacy of restrictive fluid resuscitation and improves survival in a liver laceration model of hemorrhagic shock

Gazmuri, Raúl J.; Whitehouse, Kasen; Whittinghill, Karla; More

Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery . 82(2):317-327, February 2017.

Improving mortality in trauma laparotomy through the evolution of damage control resuscitation: Analysis of 1,030 consecutive trauma laparotomies

Joseph, Bellal; Azim, Asad; Zangbar, Bardiya; More

Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery . 82(2):328-333, February 2017.

Routine surveillance cholangiography after percutaneous cholecystostomy delays drain removal and cholecystectomy

Loftus, Tyler J.; Brakenridge, Scott C.; Moore, Frederick A.; More

Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery . 82(2):351-355, February 2017.

Big children or little adults? A statewide analysis of adolescent isolated severe traumatic brain injury outcomes at pediatric versus adult trauma centers

Gross, Brian W.; Edavettal, Mathew M.; Cook, Alan D.; More

Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery . 82(2):368-373, February 2017.

Damage control surgery in weightlessness: A comparative study of simulated torso hemorrhage control comparing terrestrial and weightless conditions

Kirkpatrick, Andrew W.; McKee, Jessica Lynn; Tien, Homer; More

Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery . 82(2):392-399, February 2017.









Creator: Jo Fields
Duration: 10:55
Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery February 2017, Volume 82, Issue 2;

The first is by Dr. Clay Burlew and colleagues from Denver Health/University of Colorado who review their 11 years’ experience with preperitoneal pelvic packing for patients arriving in shock from pelvic fracture bleeding. The ensuing paper is by Dr. Andrea Lubitz et al from Temple University who report the compelling results of a sheep model in which inhales nitric oxide was employed to attenuate right heart failure following emergent pneumonectomy complicated by hemorrhagic shock. Dr. James Byrne and associates from the Sunnybrook Health Sciences Center in Toronto investigated the relative effectiveness of low-molecular weight heparin versus imfractionated heparin in preventing pulmonary embolism following major trauma. Dr. Matt Kutcher and his colleagues at the University of Pittsburgh provide an enlightening perspective on the critical role of acute care surgeons in major academic medical centers.

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