Who should get whole blood?
Will we move to Factor Based Protocols?
What is the current MAP Goal?
TXA yeahhh or mehhh?
Vasopressors for Trauma?
The New Lethal Triad
Trouble is, two thirds of the "lethal triad" aren't particularly lethal.
Here's my lethal triad for 21st century trauma resuscitation:
Coagulopathy. Hyperkalaemia. Hypocalcaemia. https://t.co/KKsg8apWiR
— Karim Brohi (@karimbrohi) February 23, 2019
REBOA–still not ready for Prime Time??
What trauma activation criteria would you get rid of?
What is the most common error you see in the trauma receiving phase of trauma care?
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Karim kinda sorta a little glossed over the old vs new lethal trauma triad. Any references to succinctly understand this bette?
calcium refs are on the EMCrit calcium in trauma podcast. HyperK has no fantastic trials–it is a known side effect of transfusion, esp. with older blood. would be a great study for someone to look at K levels in a bunch of mass trans trauma pts.