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Management of Exsanguinating Pelvis Injuries

Karim Brohi, London, UK An algorithm for the management of exsanguinating pelvic trauma

Severe pelvic injuries associated with disruption of pelvic vasculature carry an extremely high mortality.  A directed approach to management can significantly improve survival in this critical patient group.

Patch Angioplasty

, Stanford University

Patch angioplasty is used to repair a partial disruption of a vessel wall or longitudinal incision, where simple suture would result in narrowing of the vessel. The arteriotomy below was made in the common femoral artery as part of a procedure to remove clot from the external iliac artery

Combined Vascular & Skeletal Trauma

, Stanford University

Eric Frykberg discusses the management of these complex injuries.

Extraperitoneal Approach to the Iliac Vessels

Patch Angioplasty

Penetrating Neck Injury

Peripheral Vascular Trauma

Elastic nailing of paediatric forearm fractures

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