I’m going to send out the next edition of the Trauma MedEd newsletter this coming weekend. I’m writing about a number of miscellaneous topics (Potpourri) that have intrigued me. And hopefully they will intrigue you as well.
Here are some of the topics:
- Aspirin for DVT prophylaxis. A number of my orthopedic colleagues swear that this works, but I’ve been skeptical. What does the literature really say?
- Best practice: a great way to list out your trauma activation triage criteria so everyone can figure them out quickly.
- Outcomes of thoracic endovascular aortic repair (TEVAR). This has become the treatment of choice in blunt traumatic aortic injury. How do these patients really fare over time?
- Does MRI of the cervical spine assist in clearance? A look at the ReCONECT study.
- And a few other tidbits…
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