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Munecca1 at aol.com Munecca1 at aol.com
Sat Apr 14 14:09:38 BST 2012


Dr Johnson,
 I am a Trauma ICU but now work in Emergency Preparedness for my  medical 
centers. What exactly are you looking for? I would be happy to discuss  plans 
with you. Please contact me with exactly what you are looking for to my  
work email....  _kkeys at browardhealth.org_ (mailto:kkeys at browardhealth.org) 
 
Regards, Kelly
 
 
In a message dated 4/13/2012 6:02:41 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time,  
jjsurgmd at aol.com writes:


Colleagues,
I have been asked to review the clinical aspects  of our level II trauma 
center here in Florida.  I would like to review  what others have planned at 
their facilities if you would be so kind to share  so that I can compare and 
contrast to what our current plans are. 
thanks  ,

Jeffery L. Johnson, MD, FACS
Bayfront Medical Center
St  Petersburg, Florida








-----Original  Message-----
From: Richard Wigle MD FACS <rlwigle at yahoo.com>
To:  Trauma-List [TRAUMA.ORG] <trauma-list at trauma.org>
Sent: Fri, Mar 16,  2012 10:23 am
Subject: Re: TXA


A US military review has recently  shown results consistent with the CRASH2 
rial. I don't know anything about  the meathodology

Wigle MD FACS FCCM
sst Prof  Surgery
SUS

________________________________
From: Ian Seppelt  <seppelt at med.usyd.edu.au>
o: trauma-list at trauma.org 
ent: Friday,  March 16, 2012 12:38 AM
ubject: Re: TXA

lease elaborate, Ken! Are  you saying that because a trial does not 
ncludes patients from the USA it  is not valid? <grin>
Need to be careful distinguishing methodological  flaws (it was very 
ound methodologically) from questions about  generalisability (most 
atients were in low and middle income countries,  higher than expected 
verall mortality, many patients were not transfused,  etc etc as 
iscussed previously on this list)/
[Disclosure - I was a  site investigator in CRASH2]
Cheers, Ian
On 16/03/12 1:52 PM,  KMATTOX at aol.com wrote:
Be careful.        Many glitches  in the  methodology of that trial.   NO
ONE from the USA in  the  trial.     The drug family has been around for a  
long
long  while in search of an indication.     If  this drug should  work, it
should work as an  antifibrinolytic..

k


In a message dated 3/15/2012 9:32:13  P.M. Central Daylight Time,
bryanboling at gmail.com writes:

Any  have  any experience with using transexamic acid in trauma?   Listened 
to
a  couple of podcasts today and going to look at the crash  2 trial.
Thinking
about writing a short paper about it for   school.
Thanks,
Bryan

Bryan Boling, RN, CCRN, CEN
DNP  Student,  Acute Care Nurse Practitioner Program
University of   Kentucky
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