Surviving massive Burns: Jamie Manning and the Royal North Shore Hospital team. The team reflect on learnings for the future, such as the importance of continuity of care.
MSF goes where no one else will go, but doing this kind of good is not getting any easier. John Swinnen on The Future of Battlefield Surgery.
Emily Granger takes us through the original cardiothoracic conundrum: what to do about chest injuries and rib fractures?
Rant: Missing low hanging fruit in prehospital medicine. Mike Abernethy talks to us about the importance of bystander action.
A trauma patient has come in and they have a life threatening, non-compressible haemorrhage. We have a Code Crimson on our hands.
Acting rapidly is the most important thing that we can do, but neurosurgery in the outback and rural communities can be challenging with Brian Owler
Penetrating Neurotrauma - Implications of USA vs world. Wendy Chang takes us through methods to best treat these patients.
Andrew Dixon takes us through five Common Trauma Radiology Misses and Misinterpretations.
Lieutenant Colonel Leilani Doyle recounts how this was accomplished from the early concept, through development and finally to the deployment of the CMERT (Canadian Medical Emergency Response Team)
The scope of ultrasound in trauma; the evolution of point-of-care Ultrasound in Trauma, and the FAST examination with Resa Lewiss
The Resuscitology team discuss the art and science of resuscitating bleeding patients using a case-based approach.
The story of the Northern Ireland HEMS Service, from the political and public campaign to get it started right through to the teamwork and hard work involved in making this project a reality.