Hemodynamically unstable pelvic fractures are a talk-and-die situation. These folks require aggressive, rapid treatment if they are going to survive the injury. Inspired by my mentor, Thomas Scalea, I discuss the management of the unstable pelvic trauma patient.
Today, I got to interview Kenji Inaba; an incredibly prolific trauma surgeon from LA County, California.
Rich Levitan is one of the best teachers on the skills of airway management and laryngoscopy–or as he would probably put it, epiglottoscopy. Here is an hour long lecture he delivered last month at Mount Sinai School of Medicine.
Drs. Keith Lurie and Demetris Yannopoulos elaborate on the future of CPR
The first ever live EMCrit Podcast