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28th Annual USC National Trauma, Critical Care and Acute Care Surgery Symposium (2022) includes 71 lectures:

  1. Welcome and Opening Remarks (4:05)
  2. Emergency Medical Treatment in the Hot Zone (17:41)
  3. Acute Resuscitation in 2022: Whole Blood, Routine TXA the New Standards? (15:01)
  4. CT Scan Evaluation of the Pediatric Trauma Patient (14:54)
  5. Reversal of Novel Oral Anticoagulants (NOACs) in Trauma: When and What? (12:31)
  6. Routine Intubation in All TBls with GCS<g: Is It Still the Standard of Care? (12:50)
  7. Discussion (3:57)
  8. Blast Injuries (15:50)
  9. Decompressive Craniectomy for Severe TBI: Lessons Learned from the Recent Wars (13:05)
  10. Damage Control Teams In An Austere Environment: Personnel, Training, and Equipment (15:32)
  11. Discussion (9:28)
  12. Keynote Lecture: It Takes a Village… Building Teams to Lead in Academic Surgery and Global Health (27:08)
  13. Emergency General Surgery in Pregnancy (11:10)
  14. Trauma in Pregnancy (12:14)
  15. Small Bowel Obstruction in the Virgin Abdomen (5:38)
  16. The Difficult Ostomy: Tips and Pitfalls! (8:04)
  17. Management of Short Bowel Syndrome (9:59)
  18. Discussion (11:57)
  19. Success Factors in Academic Surgery (34:16)
  20. Organ Donation: The Family’s Perspective (7:16)
  21. The Effect of COVID-19 on Organ Donation (12:16)
  22. Management of Organ Donors in Special Centers Improves Results (17:08)
  23. Acute Appendicitis: Is Selective Nonoperative Management the New Standard? (9:19)
  24. VTE Chemoprophylaxis After Solid Organ Injury: Optimal Time and Type of Prophylaxis (8:51)
  25. ERAS (Enhanced Recovery After Surgery): Does it Work? (9:12)
  26. Anesthesia: Tips and Pitfalls in the Critically Unstable Trauma Patient (10:07)
  27. Discussion (12:06)
  28. Trauma in the Cirrhotic Patient (7:39)
  29. Bowel Anastomosis or Bowel in Discontinuity in Damage Control Laparotomy? (8:31)
  30. Retrohepatic IVC Injuries Revisted: A New Approach? (11:43)
  31. Retained Bullet Fragments and Lead Poisoning: Fact or Myth (2:21)
  32. Zones Approach in Penetrating Neck Injury: Perpetuating Useless Dogma? (6:42)
  33. Hemodynamic Management of Spinal Cord Injury (7:55)
  34. Enzymatic Debridement of Acute Burns: What’s New? (7:09)
  35. Diagnostic Pertoneal Aspirate in the Era of eFAST and CT Scan? (8:11)
  36. Discussion (12:23)
  37. Panel (49:18)
  38. Integrating TEG: Practicing Tips and Pitfalls, Clinical Versus Lab Run, How to Interpret! (11:08)
  39. Beta Blockers for Traumatic Brain Injury: Should They Be Part of the Standard Protocols? (9:10)
  40. Food for Thought: Nutrition Delivery and lmmunonutrition in the Critically Ill Patient (8:15)
  41. Proning in Severe ARDS: Life-Saving or a Dangerous Escalation? (11:14)
  42. End of Life Discussions in the ICU (9:26)
  43. Discussion (3:43)
  44. Using Technology in Disaster Plans (10:01)
  45. International Trauma Outreach: The UAE Experience (11:55)
  46. Should Helmets Be Compulsory for Skateboarders? (10:41)
  47. Discussion (6:59)
  48. Keynote Lecture: Mission to Mars: Preparing for Medical Emergencies (36:17)
  49. Unusual Coroner’s Cases (24:17)
  50. Discussion (9:27)
  51. Rib Fixation Step By Step (9:12)
  52. Popliteal Vascular Exposure (7:15)
  53. Mediastinal Vascular Exposure (7:45)
  54. Resuscitative Thoracotomy: Technique, Tips, and Pitfalls (7:46)
  55. VATS in Trauma (7:39)
  56. Discussion (4:42)
  57. Burnout and Depression in the Era of COVID-19 and Social Isolation: A Real Threat to Trauma Surgeons and Nurses! (29:19)
  58. Proliferation of Trauma Centers - Solution or Dilution? (10:26)
  59. Surgical Advocacy: Why It Is Important and How To Be Effective (11:55)
  60. Local Management of Entero-atmospheric Fistulas: Tips and Pitfalls (11:17)
  61. REBOA For Non-Trauma Surgical Emergencies? (10:24)
  62. Discussion (5:05)
  63. Balanced Component Therapy is the Evidence-Based Standard of Care! (12:33)
  64. Whole Blood is Superior and the New Standard for Trauma Resuscitation! (14:09)
  65. Let’s Agree! (6:17)
  66. Damage Control for Pelvic Fracture Bleeding: Preperitoneal Packing or Abdominal Exploration? (14:27)
  67. Vascular Damage Control: Techniques and Pitfalls (13:16)
  68. Damage Control Laparotomy: Tips and Pitfalls (13:17)
  69. Discussion (6:42)
  70. Panel (37:48)
  71. Pain and PTSD in Soldiers With Gunshot and Mine Injuries (21:04)

27th Annual USC National Trauma, Critical Care and Acute Care Surgery Symposium (2021) includes 71 lectures:

  1. Welcome and Opening Remarks (3:44)
  2. Challenges in the Triage and Care of the Trauma Patient in the COVID-19 Pandemic (14:50)
  3. Doctors in the Ambulances: Do They Make a Difference? (15:04)
  4. C-Collars: Indications, Contra-Indications and Pitfalls (16:49)
  5. Prehospital Management of Non-Compressible Bleeding (13:29)
  6. REBOA: More Than Just a Tool for Trauma? (13:47)
  7. Discussion (5:55)
  8. Military-Civilian Partnerships: Pursuing Zero Preventable Deaths! (14:26)
  9. Advances in Resuscitative Care (14:50)
  10. Body Armor: Missile and Blast Injuries (16:26)
  11. Discussion (3:46)
  12. Keynote Lecture: Reflections of an Academic Surgeon, Educator and Researcher (40:42)
  13. Small Bowel Obstruction in the Virgin Abdomen (8:53)
  14. Abdominal Compartment Syndrome: Diagnostic and Therapeutic Pitfalls (10:35)
  15. Toxic Megacolon: Diagnostic and Therapeutic Challenges (10:56)
  16. Necrotizing Soft Tissue Infections (13:09)
  17. Bias, Compassion, and Professionalism in Trauma Care (37:27)
  18. Organ Donation and the Donor Family Experience (13:31)
  19. Organ Donation During COVID: The RN Perspective (12:14)
  20. Ethical Dilemmas: Registered Donor but Family Does Not Agree! (18:30)
  21. Discussion (4:43)
  22. Gunshot Wounds to Abdominal Solid Organs: Selective Nonoperative Management is the New Standard of Care (11:11)
  23. Prehospital Spinal Board: Science or Dogma? (10:03)
  24. Blunt Trauma Duodenal Hematomas: Observe, Operate, Unroof? (10:15)
  25. Is ICP Monitoring in Head Trauma the Standard of Care? (12:56)
  26. Discussion (4:43)
  27. Systemic and Local Hemostatic Agents: Prehospital, ED and Operating Room (12:10)
  28. Minimizing Radiation Burden in Trauma and Alternative Options (9:56)
  29. Intrahospital Transport of the Critical Patient (9:01)
  30. Discussion (2:29)
  31. Reducing Surgical Site Infection (7:09)
  32. Human Bites: Antibiotics, Suturing and Other Controversies (6:19)
  33. Thoracostomy Tube Insertion: Tips, Pitfalls and Catastrophies (6:20)
  34. Thoracic Aorta Stenting for Trauma: Revisiting Device-Related Complications (13:34)
  35. ECMO in Trauma: Pushing the Envelope (9:39)
  36. Discussion (4:23)
  37. Panel - One Hour with Dimitri: Believe It or Not! (45:22)
  38. Rescue Ventilation in the ICU (9:56)
  39. Challenges of Taking Care of the COVID-19 Patient: Lessons Learned in a Large Trauma Center (10:27)
  40. Ambulation of the Mechanically Ventilated Patient (10:15)
  41. Anesthesia for the Severe Trauma Patient: Tips and Pitfalls (9:52)
  42. COVID-19: Critical Care Challenges (10:31)
  43. Discussion (2:27)
  44. Surgical Equity in the US: Where Are We Now? (12:07)
  45. Trauma Care and Violence Prevention in the Immigrant Community (10:09)
  46. Trauma Care in Low Socioeconomic Countries (17:24)
  47. Discussion (1:49)
  48. Keynote Lecture: Space Medicine: Preparing for Space Flight Launch and Landing Medical Emergencies (41:09)
  49. The Role of CT Scan in Coroners Trauma Cases (15:57)
  50. Unusual Coroners Cases (9:26)
  51. Discussion (3:02)
  52. Leg and Buttock Fasciotomy (8:48)
  53. Cricothyroidotomy: Tips, Pitfalls, Catastrophes and Controversies (6:16)
  54. Axillary Vessels (7:11)
  55. Duodenal Exposure (8:12)
  56. USC-Navy Trauma Training Center Collaboration (7:37)
  57. Discussion (6:09)
  58. Preparing for Trauma Center Verification: What to Do and Not Do! (32:59)
  59. VTE Prophylaxis in Severe Trauma: Timing and Modality (10:18)
  60. Double Hit: The Burn Patient with Associated Trauma (11:00)
  61. Rib Plating 2021: The Evidence (15:26)
  62. The Mangled Extremity: What to Do, Who Should Do It, and When? (10:20)
  63. Pro: Routine Prehospital and Emergency Room Application for all Suspected Fractures (11:39)
  64. Con: We Are Repeating the MAST Suit Mistakes! (17:08)
  65. Resolution: Let’s Agree! (6:13)
  66. The Septic Abdomen: Negative Pressure Therapy, Instillation Therapy or Laparotomy on Demand? (13:26)
  67. Enteroatmospheric Fistulas: The Local Control Nightmare! (13:35)
  68. Definitive Closure of the Difficult Open Abdomen: Tips and Pitfalls (15:26)
  69. Discussion (7:27)
  70. Panel of Fellows (33:26)
  71. Closing Remarks (13s)