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A question. Does anyone use scoring systems for amount of hemorrhage seen on CT like we use with AFAST?

William Bromberg brombwi1 at memorialhealth.com
Tue Jan 13 22:38:08 GMT 2015


I think there's been a couple of articles on the amount of blood seen on ultrasound and need for laparotomy but I don't think anybody really uses it. 

As the availability of US in veterinary trauma is limited (I guess) it could be more useful. 

William J. Bromberg, MD, FACS
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> On Jan 13, 2015, at 15:08, Stephen Richey <stephen.richey at gmail.com> wrote:
> 
> Same here (I like nearly all animals more than I do people) but perhaps he
> is referring to dogs that are brought in already injured?
>> On Jan 13, 2015 12:02 PM, "Bjorn, Pret" <pbjorn at emhs.org> wrote:
>> 
>> Does seem like a senseless waste of dogs.  I like dogs.
>> 
>> Can we further expect some number of ml's per kg that -- independent of
>> emphatic physiology -- demands intervention?
>> 
>> Pret Bjorn, RN
>> Bangor, ME USA
>> 
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>> Subject: Re: A question. Does anyone use scoring systems for amount of
>> hemorrhage seen on CT like we use with AFAST?
>> 
>> I'm not sure what I would do with that information.
>> 
>> Errington C Thompson, MD
>> Director of Trauma Services
>> Marshall University
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