This video reviews the proper treatment of agitation that you may encounter in trauma patients. It features JJ Rasimas MD, a psychiatrist at Regions Hospital. He is interviewed by our illustrious Jessie Nelson MD. This video was first broadcast at Trauma Education: The Next Generation.
This video reviews the potential causes of agitation that you may encounter in trauma patients. It features JJ Rasimas MD, a psychiatrist at Regions Hospital. He is interviewed by our illustrious Jessie Nelson MD. This video was first broadcast at Trauma Education: The Next Generation.
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If you need some last minute trauma-related education credits, consider viewing or attending Trauma Education: The Next Generation. It’s tomorrow, beginning at 8:00 am Central Time at Metro State University in St. Paul.
You can watch for free via Livestream. If you want credit, register first and pay a nominal fee. Or join us live in the audience!
TE:TNG, version 3.0 is coming soon! Our fast-paced 4 hour program will be available again live this year (but you have to come see me in St. Paul MN), or via LiveStream on Thursday, September 17.
Our guest speaker is Dr. Brian Lin, author of the Closing the Gap – lacerationrepair.com website, talking about “Advanced wound closure tips and tricks.”
We also have a number of other live presenters, delivering 20 minute fact-packed talks on trauma topics applicable to all trauma professionals. Topics include:
- Top 10 Pearls of Palliative Care in Trauma
- For Level III centers: How to keep more trauma patients at your hospital
- De-escalation and takedown in the ED
Peppered among all the live presenters will be curbside consults, where we ask the specialists what you also wished you had asked. We’ll also show a variety of focused, 5 minute how-to videos on:
- Using ultrasound to start peripheral IVs
- Stabilizing prior to transfer
- Small bore chest tubes
- And more!
For more information, or to make arrangements to join us live or electronically, please visit our website at www.tetng.org
I’m looking forward to “seeing” you there!