Why Can't Emergency Medicine and Trauma Surgery Just Get Along? This is a question we often ask in the USA given our unique Trauma system. It seems custom built to create conflict in the trauma bay. To explore this issue, I got to talk with Joe DuBose and Bill Teeter. This discussion originally was recorded for Joe's new podcast on Trauma Surgery, Tiger Country. Tiger Country has a bunch of episodes that are worth a listen for ED and ICU folks as well.
Trauma and Vascular Surgeon at the Shock Trauma Center. Professor of Surgery. Research leader on all things REBOA.
Started as a surgery resident, switched over to EM residency and then Crit Care Fellowship. Now an EM Intensivist down South.
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Now on to the Podcast…
- EMCrit 289 – Ketamine Only Intubation Paper with Brian Driver - January 12, 2021
- EMCrit 288 – Neurogenic Shock & Should we be Using Vasopressors for Hemorrhagic Shock? - December 29, 2020
- EMCrit 287 – Thoracotomy Masterclass with Dennis Kim - December 10, 2020