Best Manuscript Award Recipients

1997      Daniel Herron, MD
How Hot Can Blood Get? Maximally Heating Blood with an Inline Microwave
Blood Warmer
1998 David Burris, MD
Controlled Resuscitation for Uncontrolled Hemorrhagic Shock
1999 Lawrence N. Diebel, MD
Synergistic Effects of Candida and E. Coli on Gut Barrier Function
2000 Mark A. Healey, MD
Irreversible Shock is Not Irreversible: A New Model of Massive Hemorrhage
and Resuscitation 
2001 Steven N. Vaslef, MD PhD
Oxygen Transport Dynamics of Acellular Hemoglobin Solutions in an Isovolemic
Hemodilution (IVH) Model in Swine
2002 Robert A. Cherry, MD
Accuracy of Short-Duration Creatinine Clearance (CRCI) Determinations in Predicting
24-Hour CRCI in Critically Ill and Injured Patients 
2003 Saber Ghiassi
Methylene Blue Enhances Resuscitation after Refractory Hemorrhagic Shock 
2004 Wenjun Z. Martini, PhD
Independent Contributions of Hypothermia and Acidosis to Coagulopathy 
2005 Vicente Mejia, MD
Plain Films vs. Helical CT for Thoracolumbar Spine Clearance 
2006 Wenjun Z. Martini, PhD
Does Bicarbonate Correct Coagulation Function Impaired by Acidosis in Swine? 
2007 Michael Englehart, MD
Ketamine-Based Total Intravenous Anesthesia is Superior to Isoflurane in a Swine Model of Hemorrhagic Shock 
2008 Michael Englehart, MD
A Novel, Highly Porous Silica and Chitosan Based Hemostatic Dressing is Superior to Hemcon and Gauze Sponges 
2009 Tania K. Arora, MD
L-Arginine Infusion During Resuscitation For Hemorrhagic Shock: Impact & Mechanism
2010 Brendan Carr, MD, MS
Does the Trauma System Protect Against the Weekend Effect? 
2011 João B. Rezende-Neto, MD, PhD
Permissive Hypotension Does Not Reduce Regional Organ Perfusion Compared to Normotensive Resuscitation: Animal Study with Fluorescent Microspheres 
2012 Joshua B. Brown, MD

Debunking the Survival Bias Myth: Characterization of Mortality over the Initial 24 Hours for Patients Requiring Massive Transfusion

2013

Blair A. Wormer, MD

Improving Overtriage of Aeromedical Transport: A Regional Process Improvement Initiative

2014

David King, MD

Self-Expanding Polyurethane Foam Improves Survival in a Large Animal Model of Exsanguination from Iliac Artery Transection

2015

Amy V. Gore, MD

Mesenchymal Stem Cells Increase T-Regulatory Cells and Improve Healing Seven Days Following Trauma and Hemorrhagic Shock

2016

Alan Murdock, MD
Universal Whole Blood for Traumatic Hemorrhagic Shock: A Pilot Study to Determine Safety

2017

Joshua B. Brown, MD, MSc
Distance Matters: Effect of Geographic Trauma System Resource Organization on Fatal Motor Vehicle Collisions

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