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Trauma MedEd Newsletter: REBOA!

The March newsletter is now available! Click the link below to download. 

The newest, hottest thing these days seems to be REBOA. Curious? This issue explores the things you always wanted to know about it.

In this issue you’ll find articles on:

  • What Is REBOA?
  • Who is REBOA For?
  • How Is REBOA Performed?
  • What Are The Results For REBOA?
  • What’s The Bottom Line?

Subscribers received the newsletter last Sunday . If you want to subscribe to get early delivery in the future (and download back issues), click here.

Click here to download newsletter.

March Trauma MedEd Newsletter Is Coming!

Finally! After a bit of a delay, the issue on REBOA is being released to subscribers this weekend. Here is what you will find inside:

  • Everything You Always Wanted To Know About REBOA
  • What Is REBOA?
  • Who is REBOA For?
  • How Is REBOA Performed?
  • What Are The Results For REBOA?
  • What’s The Bottom Line?

Subscribers will receive it over the weekend; everyone else will have to wait until the end of next week.

Subscribe now and be sure to get it first!  So sign up for early delivery now by clicking here!

Pick up back issues here!

February Newsletter Update: REBOA

I want everyone to know that you did not miss the newsletter this month! It’s just taking a bit longer than expected to write it because there is so much interesting stuff that’s been written. I’ll have it to subscribers on Feb 28, and post it publicly in the blog the following week.

Subscribe now and be sure to get it first!  So sign up for early delivery now by clicking here!

Pick up back issues here!

January Trauma MedEd Newsletter Released!

Welcome to the current newsletter. This is the second of two issues that will give quick analyses of some of the better oral and poster abstracts that will be presented at the 2016 Annual Scientific Assembly this month. Here’s the scoop on what’s inside:

  • How Long Does VTE Risk Last In TBI?
  • Measuring Volume Status Using Jugular Ultrasound
  • (F)utility Of Antibiotic Use In Facial Fractures
  • Use Of Scribes To Increase Charge Capture
  • Nursing Interruptions In The SICU
  • Pain And Tourniquet Efficacy

Subscribers received the newsletter last Sunday night. If you want to subscribe to get early delivery in the future (and download back issues), click here.

Click here to download newsletter.

Trauma MedEd Newsletter: The Best Of EAST Part 2!

I’m still not done reviewing abstracts from next month’s annual meeting of the Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma (EAST). There are yet more oral and poster abstracts that I want to pick apart. Here are some that are coming in the January issue:

  • How long is DVT a potential risk in TBI?
  • Measuring volume status using jugular ultrasound
  • Pain as a predictor of tourniquet efficiency p23
  • Nursing interruptions in the SICU p18
  • And more…!

Anyone on the subscriber list when the ball drops on New Year’s Eve (CST) will receive it later that day. Everybody else will have to wait for me to release it here on the blog late next week. So sign up for early delivery now by clicking here!

Pick up back issues here!