Although the live session for Damien Keene’s webinar on damage control resuscitation has now ended, you can still catch up on it. To do so, register now and receive the on-demand link to watch the session at your convenience.
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Damage control resuscitation (DCR) is a strategy for managing traumatic hemorrhage in the prehospital setting, which emphasises rapid control of bleeding and prevention of hypothermia, acidosis, and coagulopathy. In remote environments, such as wilderness settings or military operations, DCR may be the only available option for treating severe traumatic injuries. The specific approach to DCR in remote environments may vary depending on available resources, transport time, and environmental conditions.
In this webinar Damian Keene joined us to discuss the physiology of major blood loss in trauma, and examine how to control bleeding in low resource locations. Damian is a Consultant Anaesthetist with the British army and has a subspecialty accreditation in prehospital emergency medicine, working regularly for both wales and midlands air ambulance.
In this session you will learn:
- Physiology of major blood loss in trauma
- Principles of DCR
- How can we control bleeding in remote locations?
- Is there a benefit to starting DCR in remote locations?
- Options for volume resuscitation
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