Damage Control: Vascular Surgery
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Trauma, Resuscitation, 2022
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Damage control in trauma has become a critical component of care in the trauma patient. Learning Objectives: -Summarize damage control techniques for the critical care management of the trauma patient -Relate how damage control is extended into the ICU resuscitation -Illustrate how to prepare the trauma patient in the middle of damage control to return to the OR
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Content Type Presentation
Knowledge Area Trauma
Knowledge Area Resuscitation
Knowledge Level Advanced
Membership Level Select
Tag Trauma
Tag Hemorrhage
Tag Resuscitation
Year 2022
damage control vascular surgery
severe hemorrhage
vascular injuries
endovascular damage control surgery
unstable pelvic fractures
preperitoneal packing


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