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27th Annual USC National Trauma, Critical Care and Acute Care Surgery Symposium: Self-Study


The 27th Annual USC Trauma Surgery Symposium self-study course features cutting edge lectures, high caliber plenary sessions, interactive and provocative panel discussions, and inspiring keynote addresses by leaders in the field of acute care surgery, trauma and surgical critical care.
A balance between evidence-based principles and innovative thought-provoking discussion will be maintained during lively expert debates.
Each session focuses on understanding the latest medical controversies and the implementation of practical procedural skills.
Self-Study includes 71 lectures:
Welcome and Opening Remarks (3:44)
Challenges in the Triage and Care of the Trauma Patient in the COVID-19 Pandemic (14:50)
Doctors in the Ambulances: Do They Make a Difference? (15:04)
C-Collars: Indications, Contra-Indications and Pitfalls (16:49)
Prehospital Management of Non-Compressible Bleeding (13:29)
REBOA: More Than Just a Tool for Trauma? (13:47)
Discussion (5:55)
Military-Civilian Partnerships: Pursuing Zero Preventable Deaths! (14:26)
Advances in Resuscitative Care (14:50)
Body Armor: Missile and Blast Injuries (16:26)
Discussion (3:46)
Keynote Lecture: Reflections of an Academic Surgeon, Educator and Researcher (40:42)
Small Bowel Obstruction in the Virgin Abdomen (8:53)
Abdominal Compartment Syndrome: Diagnostic and Therapeutic Pitfalls (10:35)
Toxic Megacolon: Diagnostic and Therapeutic Challenges (10:56)
Necrotizing Soft Tissue Infections (13:09)
Bias, Compassion, and Professionalism in Trauma Care (37:27)
Organ Donation and the Donor Family Experience (13:31)
Organ Donation During COVID: The RN Perspective (12:14)
Ethical Dilemmas: Registered Donor but Family Does Not Agree! (18:30)
Discussion (4:43)
Gunshot Wounds to Abdominal Solid Organs: Selective Nonoperative Management is the New Standard of Care (11:11)
Prehospital Spinal Board: Science or Dogma? (10:03)
Blunt Trauma Duodenal Hematomas: Observe, Operate, Unroof? (10:15)
Is ICP Monitoring in Head Trauma the Standard of Care? (12:56)
Discussion (4:43)
Systemic and Local Hemostatic Agents: Prehospital, ED and Operating Room (12:10)
Minimizing Radiation Burden in Trauma and Alternative Options (9:56)
Intrahospital Transport of the Critical Patient (9:01)
Discussion (2:29)
Reducing Surgical Site Infection (7:09)
Human Bites: Antibiotics, Suturing and Other Controversies (6:19)
Thoracostomy Tube Insertion: Tips, Pitfalls and Catastrophies (6:20)
Thoracic Aorta Stenting for Trauma: Revisiting Device-Related Complications (13:34)
ECMO in Trauma: Pushing the Envelope (9:39)
Discussion (4:23)
Panel – One Hour with Dimitri: Believe It or Not! (45:22)
Rescue Ventilation in the ICU (9:56)
Challenges of Taking Care of the COVID-19 Patient: Lessons Learned in a Large Trauma Center (10:27)
Ambulation of the Mechanically Ventilated Patient (10:15)
Anesthesia for the Severe Trauma Patient: Tips and Pitfalls (9:52)
COVID-19: Critical Care Challenges (10:31)
Discussion (2:27)
Surgical Equity in the US: Where Are We Now? (12:07)
Trauma Care and Violence Prevention in the Immigrant Community (10:09)
Trauma Care in Low Socioeconomic Countries (17:24)
Discussion (1:49)
Keynote Lecture: Space Medicine: Preparing for Space Flight Launch and Landing Medical Emergencies (41:09)
The Role of CT Scan in Coroners Trauma Cases (15:57)
Unusual Coroners Cases (9:26)
Discussion (3:02)
Leg and Buttock Fasciotomy (8:48)
Cricothyroidotomy: Tips, Pitfalls, Catastrophes and Controversies (6:16)
Axillary Vessels (7:11)
Duodenal Exposure (8:12)
USC-Navy Trauma Training Center Collaboration (7:37)
Discussion (6:09)
Preparing for Trauma Center Verification: What to Do and Not Do! (32:59)
VTE Prophylaxis in Severe Trauma: Timing and Modality (10:18)
Double Hit: The Burn Patient with Associated Trauma (11:00)
Rib Plating 2021: The Evidence (15:26)
The Mangled Extremity: What to Do, Who Should Do It, and When? (10:20)
Pro: Routine Prehospital and Emergency Room Application for all Suspected Fractures (11:39)
Con: We Are Repeating the MAST Suit Mistakes! (17:08)
Resolution: Let’s Agree! (6:13)
The Septic Abdomen: Negative Pressure Therapy, Instillation Therapy or Laparotomy on Demand? (13:26)
Enteroatmospheric Fistulas: The Local Control Nightmare! (13:35)
Definitive Closure of the Difficult Open Abdomen: Tips and Pitfalls (15:26)
Discussion (7:27)
Panel of Fellows (33:26)
Closing Remarks (13s)
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