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Errington Thompson errington at erringtonthompson.com
Fri Aug 14 00:06:37 BST 2015


place a chest tube quickly then you don't have to worry about what kind of dressing you place on a wound. 

Errington C. Thompson, MD
Director of Trauma Services
Marshall University

> On Aug 13, 2015, at 18:19, Doc Holiday <drydok at hotmail.com> wrote:
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> A 3-sided dressing?
> Amazing.
> I think it would kinda make sense if we were dealing with non-bleeding wounds (blood will easily clog up the 4th side and make it a 4-sided dressing a.k.a. "a dressing")...
> Have not seen one since the early 90s - and the one I recall seeing then was fully coagulated onto the patient by blood.
> Like the majority of BETS, one does not end up knowing sufficiently more after reading them to justify the quantity of work which goes into doing them. Would be better to spend the time doing good research than to summarise its absence...
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