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May 2016 - Volume 80 - Issue 5
pp: 685-845




Current management of hemorrhage from severe pelvic fractures: Results of an American Association for the Surgery of Trauma multi-institutional trial

Costantini, Todd W.; Coimbra, Raul; Holcomb, John B.; More

Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. 80(5):717-725, May 2016.

Determining the magnitude of surveillance bias in the assessment of lower extremity deep venous thrombosis: A prospective observational study of two centers

Shackford, Steven R.; Cipolle, Mark D.; Badiee, Jayraan; More

Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. 80(5):734-741, May 2016.

Racial disparities in emergency general surgery: Do differences in outcomes persist among universally insured military patients?

Zogg, Cheryl K.; Jiang, Wei; Chaudhary, Muhammad Ali; More

Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. 80(5):764-777, May 2016.



Computed tomography abbreviated assessment of sarcopenia following trauma: The CAAST measurement predicts 6-month mortality in older adult trauma patients

Leeper, Christine M.; Lin, Elizabeth; Hoffman, Marcus; More

Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. 80(5):805-811, May 2016.








Creator: Jo Fields
Duration: 6:24
Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery May 2016, Volume 80, Issue 5;

The lead article is the presidential address by Dr. Richard Falcone from the Cincinnati Children’s Hospital. Dr. Falcone’s central theme was the critical role of teamwork and team communication in caring for the injured child. The ensuing paper is the keynote lecture by Dr. Joe Tepas from the University of Florida at Jacksonville. Dr. Tepas provides an informative overview of the past, present, and future of pediatric trauma surgery. The next paper is by Dr. Sheila Hanson and colleagues from multiple pediatric surgical programs who address the ongoing debate of the appropriate prophylaxis for venous thromboembolism in the pediatric trauma patient. In a related paper, Dr. Ioannis Liras and colleagues from the University of Texas in Houston evaluated age related hypercoagulability in their rapid TEG database of greater than 7000 trauma activations from 2010-2013. I will conclude by suggesting careful reading of the AAST multi-institutional of hemorrhage from severe pelvic fractures authored by Dr. Todd Constanti and AAST members.

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