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Blood Loss in Trauma


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Authors: Rob James, Caroline Leech / Code: CMP3, CMP5 / Published: 01/07/2015


Squadron Leader Rob James spoke at the Telford Trauma Care Conference about blood loss in Trauma, its management and some novel devices that could be used when blood products are not immediately available.

In this podcast Caroline Leech chats to Rob about the major points from his session and discusses some of the recent evidence on the topic.

For more on managing major haemorrhage check out the recent blog from the RCFN and the podcast on impedance threshold devices

Enjoy the podcast!

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