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  • Initial assessment and management of a trauma patient (c)

  • Penetrating neck injury (c)

  • Penetrating chest injury (c)

  • Subclavian artery injury

  • Hollow viscus injury (c)

  • Solid organ injury (c)

  • Duodenal and pancreatic injuries (c)

  • Diaphragmatic injury (c)

  • Pelvic fracture, retroperitoneal hematoma (c)

  • Upper urinary tract injuries (c)

  • Lower urinary tract injuries (c)

  • Extremity injury (a)

  • Lower extremity compartment syndrome (c), fasciotomy (c)

  • Traumatic brain injury (c)

  • Burns (c), skin grafting (c)

  • Frostbite and hypothermia (c)

  • Geriatric trauma (c)

  • Pediatric trauma (c)

  • Trauma in pregnancy (c)

(c) = core topic (a) = advanced topic


  • - In trauma cases, you MUST be able to efficiently and effectively go through the ATLS protocol. Practice talking succinctly through the primary survey until it rolls off your tongue.

  • - Do not send an unstable patient to the CT scanner.

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