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March 2016 - Volume 80 - Issue 3
pp: 359-558

Multicenter evaluation of temporary intravascular shunt use in vascular trauma

Inaba, Kenji; Aksoy, Hande; Seamon, Mark J.; More

Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. 80(3):359-365, March 2016.

Airway management following repair of cervical tracheal injuries: A retrospective, multicenter study

Harvin, John A.; Taub, Ethan A.; Cotton, Bryan A.; More

Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. 80(3):366-371, March 2016.

Multicenter validation of American Association for the Surgery of Trauma grading system for acute colonic diverticulitis and its use for emergency general surgery quality improvement program

Shafi, Shahid; Priest, Elisa L.; Crandall, Marie L.; More

Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. 80(3):405-411, March 2016.



A paradigm for achieving successful pediatric trauma verification in the absence of pediatric surgical specialists while ensuring quality of care

Falcone, Richard A. Jr.; Milliken, William J.; Bensard, Denis D.; More

Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. 80(3):433-439, March 2016.




Management of penetrating extraperitoneal rectal injuries: An Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma practice management guideline

Bosarge, Patrick L.; Como, John J.; Fox, Nicole; More

Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. 80(3):546-551, March 2016.






Creator: Jo Fields
Duration: 13:15
Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery March 2016, Volume 80, Issue 3;

The lead paper is by Dr. Kenji Inaba and colleagues from the AAST who performed a multicenter review of temporary intravascular shunts in civilian trauma centers from 2005-2013. Next, we have Dr. Rachel Russo and colleagues from the Air Force conducted studies in a swine model of controlled hemorrhage that demonstrated the concept of partial REBOA inflation in Zone I for extending the golden hour. Joining Drs. Inaba and Russo, we have Dr. Jamie Coleman and associates from the trauma services at Indiana University describe a series of traumatic abdominal wall hernias from 2002-2014. Dr. Jamie Coleman and associates from the trauma services at Indiana University describe a series of traumatic abdominal wall hernias from 2002-2014. Finally, I would highlight the paper by Dr. Thomas Schroeppel et al from the Presley Trauma Center at the University of Tennessee. This was a review of penetrating wounds from 1996 to 2014 that involve the duodenal.

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