A man has been stabbed in the arm and it's a gusher. This case-based Q&A covers the assessment and management of severe arterial hemorrhage from extremity trauma.
Trauma in the ER with no back-up: a knife in the back. To pull or not to pull.... What would you do? Or better yet, what would Weingart do?
The latest trauma tribulation by John Larkin on the emergency assessment and management of major burns.
A young man is fighting for his life following a motorcycle accident. Can you save the day in this, the 34th LITFL case-based Q&A trauma tribulation?
Trauma in the ER with no back-up: To pull or not to pull.... We find out what Weingart would do, and the outcome of this sphincter-tightening trauma tribulation.
A case-based approach to the assessment and managment of major extremity trauma in the emergency department.
A Q&A approach to the management of pelvic trauma including pelvic stabilisation, control of hemorrhage and when to scan, operate or go to the angiography suite.
LITFL looks at the latest review from EBMedicine on pelvic and hip injuries in the emergency department. Test your knowledge now!
A Q&A approach to the assessment of trauma patients with pelvic injury, including examination, investigations and complications.
Recognising haemorrhagic shock and finding the bleeding source is one thing, but how should you resuscitate a bleeding trauma patient? The Q&A post provides an overview of massive transfusion as part of damage control resuscitation of major trauma victims.
The Trauma! series rocks on... Finally we get to major haemorrhage. This Q&A post tackles the resuscitation of the exanguinating trauma patient.
A Q&A guide to the assessment and management of penetrating abdominal trauma, including stab wounds, gunshot wounds and different regions of the abdomen.