June 2016

Compassion Fatigue

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Compassion Fatigue Speaker Richard Miller, MD, discusses compassion fatigue and several cases he has been involved in. Speaker explains compassion fatigue and how to handle some cases.

Trauma Challenges: Subclavian Artery Injuries

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Trauma Challenges: Subclavian Artery Injuries was presented by speaker Kenji Inaba, MD at the 7th annual Southwest Trauma & Acute Care Symposium. Dr. Inaba discusses this uncommon injury, the high mortality associated with this type of injury, and its difficult access for treatment.

Decade in the Air

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Decade in the Air Speaker Jay Johannigman, MD, discusses his experience with pre hospital care in the military, En Route Care.

Firearms and Children

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Firearms and Children Speaker Michael Nance, MD, discusses trauma and pediatric injuries with children. Michael talks about the likelihood and risks of children using firearm in the house for homicide.

Rib Fractures and Plating

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Rib Fractures and Plating Speaker Francis Ali-Osman, MD, discusses innovations in operative rib fixation. Dr. Ali-Osman indicates that rib fractures are associated in 25% of traumatic deaths, and the complications of a rib fracture remain morbidity and mortality.

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