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Ortho and Trauma

Best medical lectures and resources for ortho and trauma.

April 2013 - Approach to the trauma patient - Episode 139 | EM:RAP

C-collar removal during intubation, a finger thoracostomy, and more. So many tips and tricks jammed into one segment. Rob and Scott are really bringing it...

Challenges Involving Minor Pediatric Head Trauma – Greg Henry, MD

Pediatric closed head injury. Greg Henry provides some of the medicolegal perspective on this topic.

The Sick and the Dead: Evidence-Based Trauma Resuscitation in 2016 by Hicks & Petrosoniak

The sick and the dead from SMACCdub

The science of trauma resuscitation has undergone a fairly massive evolution in the past decade. This talk was our attempt to summarize the best-of-the-best in trauma literature from the past several years, and package it into a series of clinically useful recommendations (i.e., our evidence-based opinions). This talk was live peer reviewed by trauma surgery deity Karim Brohi, who gave us a thumb’s up (although you kind of had to be there).

Anatomy for Emergency Medicine 026: Basic Anatomy of Chest Trauma – Emergency Medicine Ireland

This is a screencast of a recent lecture I gave to some first year med students. It’s mainly to give the students some clinical info to keep their regular anatomy teaching relevant. It’s not designed to be a comprehensive intro to trauma in any way.

May 2011 - Peripheral Vascular Injuries - Episode 116 | EM:RAP

Out trauma surgeon reviews the work-up requirements for peripheral vascular injuries.

Recorded at LAC+USC

Humor: Austin Powers - Goldmember

July 2003 - Chest and Abdominal Trauma Imaging - Billy Mallon - Episode 22 | EM:RAP

Great lecture on imaging / workup in the blunt trauma patient. A very nice overview for new learners, and very entertaining all the while!

September 2016 - Pediatric Pearls – Pediatric Ankle Sprains – Yes I said Sprains! (not salter harris fractures like w...

Kids don't get sprains they get SALTER 1 fractures, except that is totally NOT true.

Orthopaedic Review -

The main resource used by the orthopedists in training and in practice for on the job reference and study for ortho related topics. This definitely goes into more depth than what we need to know in the ED, but still a great resource in general.

See their application for page topic on cauda equina syndrome:

They offer nice bullet point overview of things to know about the disease, often integrated with evidence based medicine.

American Spine Association Scoring System

Not a lecture, but a good resource / review to have for reference on shift when patients complain of neuro s/s - helps to be objective and localize the lesions.

Clinical Clearance of the Cervical Spine

Demonstration of the "4x4" technique of clinically clearing the cervical spine: 1. Ensure spine is eligible to be clinically cleared 2. Explain process to th...

By the "Trauma Pro" himself, a nice systematic approach to clearing the C spine. I found it very helpful when I was just starting out.