Traumacasts

Audio interviews addressing upcoming research and its application to the injured patient, education efforts related to trauma, and novel methods in the management of injury. We want to hear your thoughts and reflections on the content produced by Educational Resources Committee – “Traumacast”, “In the Arena”, etc.

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EAST Traumacast logo Less is More - Discussing the EAST MCT: Outcomes Among Trauma Patients with Duodenal Leak Following Primary vs. Complex Repair of Duodenal Injuries - #163
01/25/2023

Join Drs. Jeremy Levin, Michal Radomski and Lauren Dudas discuss the results of the EAST MCT with PI Rachel Choron.  Hear about management options of duodenal injuries, why they can be so clinically challenging and a bit about spearheading an EAST multicenter trial.  Abstract was presented at the 36th EAST Annual Scientific Assembly.  Look for the publication soon! – “Outcomes Among Trauma Patients with Duodenal Leak Following Primary vs. Complex Repair of Duodenal Injuries: An EAST Multicenter Trial”

Supplemental Material: Check out the abstract from the 36th EAST Annual Scientific Assembly

Interested in getting involved in an EAST MCT? - EAST Multicenter Trials - The Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma

 

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EAST Traumacast logo EAST April 2017 Literature Review: Arterial Shunts in Damage Control Vascular Surgery - Podcast #88
07/19/2017

In this episode of the EAST Traumacast, we discuss the paper "Temporary arterial shunts in damage control: Experience and outcomes" with authors Dr. Sarah Matthew and Dr. Mark Seamon, and EAST reviewer Dr. Tareq Kheirbek.  Have you used an arterial shunt lately? The authors discuss this infrequent intervention and complications that may occur.  

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Temporary arterial shunts in damage control: Experience and Outcomes
J Trauma Acute Care Surg. 2017 Mar;82(3):512-517. doi: 10.1097/TA.0000000000001334

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