How to Save a Life: IR and Surgical Management of the Trauma Patient
At the conclusion of this activity, participants will be able to:
- State the appropriate interventional radiology and surgical diagnosis and treatment guidelines for solid organ injuries;
- Identify the unique challenges presented by the management of the trauma patient in the ICU;
- Discuss how the approach to the pediatric trauma patient differs from the approach to the adult trauma patient;
- Identify problems associated with the management of mass casualties;
- Describe the nursing and technologist role in the life-saving measures provided to the trauma patient.
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UNIVERSITY OF CHICAGO LEADERSHIP TEAM
Professor of Radiology
Director of Interventional Radiology Trauma Services
Professor of Surgery
Assistant Professor of Radiology
Priya Prakash, MD - Course Coordinator
Assistant Professor of Surgery
Rakesh Navuluri, MD - Planning Committee
Associate Professor of Radiology
Director, Interventional Radiology Residency
Director, Interventional Radiology Clinic
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