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January TraumaMedEd Newsletter

The January newsletter is here! Click the image below or the link at the bottom to download. This month’s topic is Genitourinary, providing information on:

  • Initial management of bladder injury
  • How to do CT cystogram
  • Extraperitoneal bladder injury
  • Followup cystogram
  • Retrograde urethrogram in patients with a catheter in place
  • Renal injury grading update

Subscribers had the newsletter emailed to them on Tuesday. If you want to subscribe (and download back issues), click here.

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December TraumaMedEd Newsletter

The December newsletter is here! Click the image below or the link at the bottom to download. This month’s topic is How To, providing practical tips on things like:

  • “Reading” stab wounds
  • Performing a retrograde urethrogram better than a urologist
  • Closing abdominal stabs using a laparoscope
  • Properly inserting an NG tube
  • Managing occult pneumothorax

Subscribers had the newsletter emailed to them on Tuesday. If you want to subscribe (and download back issues), click here.

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Next TraumaMedEd Newsletter Available Soon!

Well, the holidays slowed me down a bit, but the December issue of TraumaMedEd is finally ready to go! It’s another How To issue, with tips on stabs, occult pneumothorax and more!

Subscribers will get the issue delivered tomorrow evening (Central time). It will be available to everybody on the Thursday blog post.

Check out back issues, and subscribe now and get it first by clicking here!

November TraumaMedEd Newsletter

The November newsletter is here! Click the image below or the link at the bottom to download. This month’s topic is Trauma Mythbusters, discussing the dogma surround and the (lack of) data supporting:

  • Treating VIPs (very important people)
  • Bathing and showering with a wound
  • NSAIDs and fracture healing
  • Rectal exam in trauma
  • Contrast blush in abdominal CT in children
  • Cognitive rest after TBI

Subscribers had the newsletter emailed to them on Tuesday. If you want to subscribe (and download back issues), click here.

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