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Penetrating neck trauma is one of the most fearsome events that may happen in the ER, and sometimes it may carry disastrous features, involving anatomical structures that most general surgeons are not used to dealing with... Knowing the correct management of the possible injuries and the surrounding anatomy may help treat these patients without panicking...
How to Win a Gun Fight with a Knife
Damage Control Surgery… What is it? When to use it? Why is it so important? How to carry it out?... In this post, you can find all the answers you are looking for.
The Five Letters on Which Trauma Stands – Part 4
Many trauma patients are bleeding on arrival. Sometimes this bleeding is visible, other times it is not. However, you need to determine as soon as possible if your patient is bleeding out… And if it is so, you must stop the bleed immediately.