Damage Control Resuscitation: Identification and Treatment of Life-Threatening Hemorrhage

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ISBN-13: 9783030208196
Publisher: Springer International Publishing
Publication date: 08/13/2019
Edition description: 1st ed. 2020
Pages: 376
Product dimensions: 6.10(w) x 9.25(h) x (d)

About the Author

Philip C. Spinella, MD, FCCM

Director, Pediatric Critical Care Translational Research Program and Blood Research Program

Professor, Department of Pediatrics

Washington University in St Louis School of Medicine

Table of Contents

Part I. DCR Clinical Concepts.- Chapter 1. History of DCR and RDCR.- Chapter 2. Epidemiology of Prehospital and Hospital Traumatic Deaths from Life-Threatening Hemorrhage (LTH).- Chapter 3. Pathophysiology of Blood Failure (Shock and Hemostatic Dysfunction) Due to LTH.- Chapter 4. Surgical Control of Bleeding.- Chapter 5. Permissive Hypotension.- Chapter 6. Blood-based Resuscitation for LTH.- Chapter 7. Intravenous Hemostatic Adjuncts.- Chapter 8. Mechanical and Topical Hemostatic Adjuncts.- Chapter 9. DCR for Traumatic Brain Injury.- Chapter 10. Airway Management with LTH.- Chapter 11. Prehospital Monitoring of Vital Signs and Laboratory Values.- Chapter 12. Developing a Prehospital Blood Transfusion Program.- Chapter 13. Emergency Preparedness Aspects of DCR.- Chapter 14. Research Needs for RDCR.- Chapter 15. DCR for Non-trauma Patients.- Part II. Education and Training Methods for DCR.- Chapter 17. Needs Assessment from Front-line Providers.- Chapter 18. Optimal Methods of Teaching DCR.- Chapter 19. Optimal Methods for Training DCR Principles.- Chapter 20. Learning Healthcare System Principles to Facilitate Education and Training.

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