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February 2015 - Volume 78 - Issue 2
pp: 215-450

The American Association for the Surgery of Trauma PROspective Observational Vascular Injury Treatment (PROOVIT) registry: Multicenter data on modern vascular injury diagnosis, management, and outcomes

DuBose, Joseph J.; Savage, Stephanie A.; Fabian, Timothy C.; More

Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. 78(2):215-223, February 2015.

Reconstitution fluid type does not affect pulmonary inflammation or DNA damage following infusion of lyophilized plasma

McCully, Sean P.; Lee, Tim H.; McCully, Belinda H.; More

Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. 78(2):231-239, February 2015.

Lung protective ventilation (ARDSNet) versus airway pressure release ventilation: Ventilatory management in a combined model of acute lung and brain injury

Davies, Stephen W.; Leonard, Kenji L.; Falls, Randall K. Jr.; More

Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. 78(2):240-251, February 2015.

The impact and sustainability of the graduated driver licensing program in preventing motor vehicle crashes in Massachusetts

Kaafarani, Haytham M.A.; Lee, Jarone; Cropano, Catrina; More

Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. 78(2):265-271, February 2015.

Mitochondrial damage-associated molecular patterns from fractures suppress pulmonary immune responses via formyl peptide receptors 1 and 2

Li, Haipeng; Itagaki, Kiyoshi; Sandler, Nicola; More

Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. 78(2):272-281, February 2015.



Intraosseous infusion rates under high pressure: A cadaveric comparison of anatomic sites

Pasley, Jason; Miller, Catriona H.T.; DuBose, Joseph J.; More

Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. 78(2):295-299, February 2015.


Damage-control resuscitation increases successful nonoperative management rates and survival after severe blunt liver injury

Shrestha, Binod; Holcomb, John B.; Camp, Elizabeth A.; More

Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. 78(2):336-341, February 2015.

Understanding traumatic shock: Out-of-hospital hypotension with and without other physiologic compromise

Newgard, Craig D.; Meier, Eric N.; McKnight, Barbara; More

Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. 78(2):342-351, February 2015.

Contemporary management and outcomes of blunt thoracic aortic injury: A multicenter retrospective study

DuBose, Joseph J.; Leake, Samuel S.; Brenner, Megan; More

Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. 78(2):360-369, February 2015.

Adverse effects of admission blood alcohol on long-term cognitive function in patients with traumatic brain injury

Joseph, Bellal; Khalil, Mazhar; Pandit, Viraj; More

Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. 78(2):403-408, February 2015.


Cervical spine collar clearance in the obtunded adult blunt trauma patient: A systematic review and practice management guideline from the Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma

Patel, Mayur B.; Humble, Stephen S.; Cullinane, Daniel C.; More

Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. 78(2):430-441, February 2015.







Creator: Jo Fields
Duration: 15:34
Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery February 2015, Volume 78, Issue 2;

Dr. Gene Moore’s highlights for the February 2015 issue include: The paper that generated most discussion was the EAST guideline developed for cervical spine collar clearance in the obtunded adult blunt trauma patient, authored by Dr. Mayur Patel and a host of EAST participants. Dr. Stephanie Savage and colleagues from the University of Tennessee in Memphis who presented a prospective validation of their critical administration threshold (CAT). The third most discussed paper, gratifyingly to the editorial office, was experimental work. Dr. Stephen Davies et al from the University of Virginia designed a swine model of combined lung and brain injury to determine if airway pressure release ventilation, (APRV) improved outcome compared to the standard ARDS Net practice. Dr. Daniel McIlroy and colleagues from the John Hunter Hospital in Newcastle, New South Wales, Australia who characterize the release of mitochondrial and nuclear DNA release in 35 seriously injured patients (median ISS of 14) who required operative skeletal fixation. The preceding paper in the Journal by Dr. Haipeng Li and colleagues from the Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center provide experimental evidence that mitochondrial DNA from fractures suppress pulmonary immune responses.

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