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The second edition of Front Line Surgery expands upon the success of the first edition, providing updated discussion of practical management of commonly encountered combat injuries.This edition reflects the cutting edge of combat casualty care, refined principles of surgical management of specific injury patterns, and incorporation of the spectrum of recent research advancements in trauma care. Each chapter continues to follow the same organization as the first edition. The "BLUF", or bottom line up front, headlines each topic, providing the critical pearls for the reader, followed by a…mehr

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The second edition of Front Line Surgery expands upon the success of the first edition, providing updated discussion of practical management of commonly encountered combat injuries.This edition reflects the cutting edge of combat casualty care, refined principles of surgical management of specific injury patterns, and incorporation of the spectrum of recent research advancements in trauma care. Each chapter continues to follow the same organization as the first edition. The "BLUF", or bottom line up front, headlines each topic, providing the critical pearls for the reader, followed by a focused and straight forward discussion of management, pitfalls, and recommendations. In addition, select chapters conclude with a section discussing the application of this topic in civilian practice, as potentially encountered by the rural or humanitarian relief surgeon. Additional new topics include: REBOA and endovascular techniques for hemorrhage control, updates in transfusion and resuscitation practice, active shooter situations, rural trauma management in developed nations, advancements in prehospital care and the Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TC3) course, and discussion of the newest generations of topical hemostatic agents and tourniquets. These additions serve to both enhance the breadth and depth of the material relevant to military surgeons, but should also further expand the applicability and interest in this work to all civilian trauma surgeons.


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  • Verlag: Springer-Verlag GmbH
  • Erscheinungstermin: 21.07.2017
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9783319567808
  • Artikelnr.: 53063730
Autorenporträt
Matthew J. Martin, MD, FACS
Madigan Army Medical CenterDepartment of SurgeryMadigan Army Medical Center9040 Fitzsimmons DriveATTN: MCHJ-CLSTacoma, WA 98431Office: (253) 968-2361Cell: (253) 973-9747matthew.j.martin16.mil@mail.miltraumadoc22@gmail.com
Alec C. Beekley, MD, FACSTrauma/Acute Care and Bariatric SurgeonThomas Jefferson University HospitalPaoli Hospital Trauma CenterAssociate Professor of Surgery
Thomas Jefferson University Division of Trauma/Acute Care Surgery1100 Walnut Street7th Floor, Medical Office BuildingPhiladelphia, Pennsylvania 19107Office: (215) 955-2165Cell: (215) 519-0674alec.beekley@jefferson.edualec.beekley@gmail.com
Matthew J. Eckert, MD, FACS
Associate Trauma Medical DirectorAssociate Program Director, General Surgery ResidencyDepartment of SurgeryMadigan Army Medical Center9040 Fitzsimmons DriveATTN: MCHJ-CLSTacoma, WA 98431(253) 968-2200matthew.j.eckert.mil@mail.milmatteckert1@gmail.com
Inhaltsangabe
CONTENTS Part I. Before the Operating Room Chapter 1. Tactical Combat Casualty Care Frank K. Butler, Jr. and Russ S. Kotwal Chapter 2. Combat Triage and Mass Casualty Management Jayson D. Aydelotte, John J. Lammie, Joseph G. Kotora, Jr., Jamie C. Riesberg, and Alec C. Beekley Civilian Translation of Military Experience and Lessons Learned: Alec C. Beekley Chapter 3. Initial Management Priorities: Beyond ABCDE Daniel Grabo and Alec C. Beekley Civilian Translation of Military Experience and Lessons Learned: Daniel Grabo Chapter 4. Damage Control Resuscitation Jacob R. Peschman, Donald H. Jenkins, John B. Holcomb, and Timothy C. Nunez Civilian Translation of Military Experience and Lessons Learned: Donald H. Jenkins Chapter 5. To Operate or Image? (Pulling the Trigger) Matthew J. Martin and James W. Davis Civilian Translation of Military Experience and Lessons Learned: James W. Davis Chapter 6. Ultrasound in Combat Trauma Michael D. Perreault, Jason D. Bothwell, and Benjamin Harrison Part II. To the Operating Room Chapter 7. The Bowel: Contamination, Colostomies, and Combat Surgery Robert B. Lim, Eric K. Johnson, and Scott R. Steele Civilian Translation of Military Experience and Lessons Learned: Scott R. Steele Chapter 8. Liver and Spleen Injury Management in Combat Brian Eastridge, Lorne Blackbourne, Katherine M. McBride, and James R. Dunne Civilian Translation of Military Experience and Lessons Learned: Katherine M. McBride and James R. Dunne Chapter 9. Pancreatic and Duodenal Injuries (Don't Mess with the...) Matthew T. Hueman and Thomas M. Scalea Civilian Translation of Military Experience and Lessons Learned: Thomas M. Scalea < Chapter 10. Operative Management of Renal Injuries Carlos V. R. Brown and Joseph M. Galante Civilian Translation of Military Experience and Lessons Learned: Joseph M. Galante Chapter 11. Major Abdominal Vascular Trauma Niten Singh, David R. King, and David V. Feliciano Civilian Translation of Military Experience and Lessons Learned: David V. Feliciano Chapter 12. To Close or Not to Close: Managing the Open Abdomen Amy Vertrees, Craig D. Shriver, and Ali Salim Civilian Translation of Military Experience and Lessons Learned: Ali Salim Chapter 13. Dismounted Complex Blast Injury Management Travis M. Polk, Matthew J. Martin, and Matthew J. Eckert Chapter 14. Thoracic Approaches and Incisions Jeffrey A. Bailey, Philip S. Mullenix, and Jared L. Antevil Chapter 15. Lung Injuries in Combat Matthew J. Martin, Michael S. Meyer, and Riyad Karmy-Jones Civilian Translation of Military Experience and Lessons Learned: Riyad Karmy-Jones Chapter 16. Diagnosis and Management of Penetrating Cardiac Injury Daniel G. Cuadrado and Kenji Inaba Civilian Translation of Military Experience and Lessons Learned: Kenji Inaba Chapter 17. Thoracic Vascular Injuries: Operative Management in "Enemy" Territory Joseph J. DuBose, Timothy K. Williams, and Benjamin W. Starnes Chapter 18. Chest Wall and Diaphragm Injury Alec C. Beekley, Matthew D. Tadlock, and William B. Long Civilian Translation of Military Experience and Lessons Learned: William B. Long Chapter 19. Soft Tissue Wounds and Fasciotomies Mark W. Bowyer, Peter Rhee, and Joseph J. DuBose Chapter 20. Extremity Fractures and the Mangled Extremity Brandon R. Horne, R. Judd Robins, and George Velmahos Civilian Translation of Military Experience and Lessons Learned: George Velmahos Chapter 21. Traumatic Amputations Eric G. Puttler, Stephen A. Parada, Brandon R. Horne, R. Judd Robins, and James C. Krieg Civilian Translation of Military Experience and Lessons Learned: James C. Krieg Chapter 22. Peripheral Vascular Injuries Robert Jason Thomas Perry and Charles J. Fox Civilian Translation of Military Experience and Lessons Learned: Charles J. Fox Chapter 23. The Neck John S. Oh and Demetri