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Module 2: Shock and Haemorrhage

Module 2 begins with the pathophysiology of shock, inflammation and coagulopathy. It then continues to cover the evidence and practice of modern damage control resuscitation, massive transfusion and blood confusion therapy. The module moves on to cover non-haemorrhage shock states, traumatic arrest and the future of haemorrhage management.

Trauma Sciences Module 2 Lecture Components

Introduction to Module 2 Karim Brohi, London, UK
Shock - An Overview Tim Harris, London, UK
Endothelial Dysfunction after Trauma Shibani Pati, San Francisco, USA
Activation of Inflammation Jo Manson, London, UK
Trauma-Induced Coagulopathy Ross Davenport, London, UK
Acute Traumatic Coagulopathy Dan Frith, London, UK
Acidosis and Hypothermia Kjetil Soreide, Stavanger, NORWAY
Fibrinolysis in Trauma Herbert Schochl, Salzburg, AUSTRIA
Damage Control Resuscitation Juan Duchesne, New Orleans, USA
Permissive HypotensionKarim Brohi, London, UK
Damage Control Surgery Chris Aylwin, London, UK
Haemostatic Resuscitation Bryan Cotton, Houston, USA
Tranexamic Acid and the CRASH2 TrialAndre Cap, USAIR, San Antonio, USA
Diagnosing Trauma-Induced Coagulopathy Ross Davenport, London, UK
Rational Use of Blood Products in Haemorrhage Simon Stanworth, Oxford, UK
The Rise and Fall of recombinant Factor VIIa Karim Brohi, London, UK
European Guidelines for Major Bleeding in Trauma Rolf Roissaint, Aachen, GERMANY
Colloid & Crystalloid ResuscitationIan Seppelt, Sydney, AUSTRALIA
Transfusion Therapy - The Copenhagen Way Jakob Stensballe, Copenhagen, DENMARK
Plasma & Platelets in Severe Trauma Bryan Cotton, Houston, USA
Major Haemorrhage Protocols Sirat Khan, London, UK
Targeted Transfusion TherapyDietmar Fries, Innsbruck, AUSTRIA
Resusitation of the Trauma Patient in the EDGareth Grier, London, UK
Paediatric Trauma Resuscitation Phil Spinella, St Louis, USA
Blood Use in Mass Casualty Events John Hess, Baltimore, USA
Neurogenic Shock Mark Wilson, London, UK
Traumatic Arrest Karim Brohi, London, UK


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