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Change of topic; Permissive Hypotension

Moore, Rick Rick.Moore at TriadHospitals.com
Tue Apr 11 15:22:03 BST 2006

Good Morning,
One of our ED Physicians is preparing to discuss permissive hypotension
in regards to trauma patients. We found all of the 2002 information from
Dr. Mattox's posts on the subject. Has Dr. Mattox or Frykberg, etc
posted any more up to date data? Feel free to reply off list if you
Thanks for your help. 

Rick Moore, RN/LP
Trauma Coordinator
College Station Medical Center
1604 Rock Prairie Rd
College Station, TX   77845
(979) 680-5314 office
(979) 228-2852 pager
(979) 764-5279 fax
rick.moore at triadhospitals.com
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-----Original Message-----
From: trauma-list-bounces at trauma.org
[mailto:trauma-list-bounces at trauma.org] On Behalf Of Roy Danks
Sent: Tuesday, April 11, 2006 7:18 AM
To: trauma-list at trauma.org
Subject: RE: Prehospital care of severe burns


I would love to have those pdfs.  But doing it, clinically, I think
falls into the category of the randomized trial of parachute vs no
parachute when jumping out of a plane.  I think there's clear benefit in
NOT cooling the wound and the patient.  I am almost certain that you
will extend the zone of ischemia to become the zone of necrosis AND,
again, make the pt hypothermic.

But, I'm not sold on anything and always enjoy reading data.


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