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.
Here’s a quick primer on grading spleen injury. It’s only 4 minutes long, so enjoy!
Trauma professionals who don’t routinely take care of burns tend to radically overestimate the size of burns. This can create significant problems for the patient, because the formula used to determine fluid rates and total crystalloid given are based on burn size.
Don’t flood your patient! Watch this 5 minute video instead.
There’s lots of info out there on how to put a chest tube in. But what about on taking it out? There are a few nuances that you should be aware of so you can do this as quickly and complication-free as possible.
Have a look at this 5 minute video and let me know what you think. Please leave your comments on YouTube.