24th Annual Trauma and Critical Care Symposium

Trauma

Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center (TTUHSC) will host the 24th Annual Trauma and Critical Care Symposiumfrom7:30 a.m. to 5:15 p.m., Saturday (Oct. 27) at the TTUHSC Academic Classroom Building, 3601 Fourth St.
 
The conference provides the latest advances and updates in trauma and critical care medicine. The focus is on providing tools for a multidisciplinary approach to improvements in everyday activities in trauma and critical care to improve patient care and outcomes.
 
Presentations and speakers include:
 
“Thoracic Trauma”
 Michael Truitt, M.D.
 
“Hemostasis and Trauma: Treatment Options and Strategies”
Ariel Santos, M.D.
 
“Fecal Microbiota Transplant (FMT) in Treating Clostridium Difficile”
Stacy Hemby, BSN, R.N., and Lindsay Bryant, R.N.
 
“Non-Invasive Ventilation in Respiratory Distress”
R.J. Yanger, RRT
 
“Snakebites – Signs Emergency Personnel Should Know”
Jennifer Kesey, MSN, R.N.
 
“The Importance of Vascular Health and Preservation”
Dianne Foster, R.N.
 
“Pre-Hospital Management of Mangled Extremities”
Brendan Mackay, M.D.
 
“Role of Feeding and Bacteria in the Reduction and Prevention of Blood Stream Infections”
John Haunschild, R.N.
 
 “Hospital-acquired Pressure Injury in the Burn Patient: Prevention and Treatment”
Lauren Cox, R.N., and Jade Rodriguez, R.N.
 
“Innovation in Surgical Trauma: The Fly-by Process”
Rushabh Dev, M.D.
 
“REBOA-Hemorrhagic Control in Trauma”
Jayne McCauley, M.D.
 
Texas Senate Bill 11: Health Care Facility DNR Orders”
Michael Economidis, J.D., Ph.D.
 
“Recent Changes and Research in Pharmacological DVT Treatment”
Robyn Richmond, M.D.
 
The conference is provided by the TTUHSC Department of Surgery, the Office of Continuing Medical Education and the UMC Health System Trauma and Surgical Intensive Care Unitand Timothy J. Harnar Burn Center.For more information, contact the TTUHSC Office of Continuing Medical Education, at (806) 743-2929 or visit www.ttuhsc.edu/medicine/continuing-medical-education.

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