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Penetrating Chest Trauma & CPB

Douglas Geehan trauma-list@trauma.org
Mon, 28 Apr 2003 16:03:36 -0500


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> The need for a PUMP in penetrating chest trauma is so very rare as to 
> be almost reportable. 


That being said, why is a PUMP in the resource document for the optimal 
care of the trauma patient??

Doug

-- 
Douglas Geehan, M.D.
Associate Professor
Department of Surgery
University of Missouri-Kansas City
geehand@umkc.edu


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That being said, why is a PUMP in the resource document for the optimal care
of the trauma patient??<br>
<br>
Doug<br>
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Douglas Geehan, M.D.
Associate Professor
Department of Surgery
University of Missouri-Kansas City
<a class="moz-txt-link-abbreviated" href="mailto:geehand@umkc.edu">geehand@umkc.edu</a>
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