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February Trauma MedEd Newsletter Released

The February newsletter is now available! Click the image below or the link at the bottom to download. This month’s topic is “Tips & Tricks”.

In this issue you’ll find articles on:

  • Bowel sounds, or just plain BS?
  • Tired of waiting for the ambulance to arrive?
  • But the radiologist made me do it!
  • What is a wide mediastinum anyway?
  • To probe or not to probe: penetrating wounds
  • Don’t get lateral view chest x-rays to diagnose pneumothorax

Subscribers received the newsletter first last weekend. If you want to subscribe (and download back issues), click here.

Click here to download the current issue.

February Newsletter Released To Subscribers This Weekend!

The February Trauma MedEd Newsletter will be released to subscribers over the weekend. This month’s theme is “tips and tricks.” Articles include:

  • What exactly is a wide mediastinum?
  • Bowel sounds, or just BS?
  • Predicting ambulance arrival time
  • Do you really need to do what the radiologist says?
  • And more!

Anyone on the subscriber list as of 8 PM (CST) Saturday will receive it on Sunday. I’ll release it to everyone else next Friday via the blog. So sign up for early delivery now by clicking here!

Pick up back issues here!

January Newsletter Released To Subscribers Tonight!

The JanuaryTrauma MedEd Newsletter will be released to subscribers tonight. I’ll be covering shock. Articles include:

  • Thoughts on trauma patient stability
  • Does initial hematocrit predict shock?
  • Not all plasma is created equal
  • Can I take a hypotensive patient to CT?
  • Pelvic fractures: OR vs angio in the unstable patient

Anyone on the subscriber list as of 8 PM (CST) will receive it tonight, February 4. I’ll release it to everyone else next Monday via the blog. So sign up for early delivery now by clicking here!

Pick up back issues here!

October Trauma MedEd Newsletter Released

The October newsletter is now available! Click the image below or the link at the bottom to download. This month’s topic is “Inside Stuff”.

In this issue you’ll find articles on:

  • Retained foreign objects after penetrating injury
  • A cool way to remove embedded foreign objects
  • Can lead poisoning occur after a gunshot?
  • Orthopedic hardware and TSA metal detectors
  • Technology: the Vein Viewer
  • Using a 3D printer to plan orthopedic surgery

Subscribers received the newsletter first last weekend. If you want to subscribe (and download back issues), click here.

Click here to download the current issue.

September Newsletter Released To Subscribers This Weekend!

The September Trauma MedEd Newsletter will be released to subscribers over the weekend. I’ll be covering chest trauma. Articles include:

  • Finger vs needle thoracostomy
  • Chest tube air leaks and how to manage them
  • Pneumothorax in children
  • And more!

Anyone on the subscriber list as of 8PM Saturday (CST) will receive it on Sunday, October 5. I’ll release it to everyone else next week via the blog. So sign up for early delivery now by clicking here!

Pick up back issues here!