Here’s a short video that shows you everything you need to know. Enjoy!
This short (10 minute) video demonstrated the technique for inserting small chest tubes, also known as “pigtail catheters.” It features Jessie Nelson MD from the Regions Hospital Department of Emergency Medicine. It was first shown at the third annual Trauma Education: The Next Education conference in September 2015, for which she was a course director.
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Here’s another fun video. It’s directed to emergency physicians and orthopedic surgeons who have to manage ankle dislocations. It will show you the following:
- Types of ankle dislocation
- The Quigley maneuver
- How to apply the Sugartong splint
- Lots of practical tips!
The video was broadcast at a previous Trauma Education: The Next Generation conference, and features Sarah Anderson MD, an orthopedic surgeon at Regions Hospital.
By popular demand, here’s our short (8 minute) humorous video on the basics of the extended FAST exam. Courtesy of Michael Zwank MD from Regions Hospital. From Trauma Education: The Next Generation 2014.
Here’s a very short (5 minute) video that explains why you should use TXA in some of your severely injured trauma patients. The focus is on use in community hospitals.
This video was first shown at our Trauma Education: The Next Generation conference in 2014.