Prolonged prehospital tourniquet placement associated with severe complications: a case report

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Prolonged prehospital tourniquet placement associated with severe complications: a case report

Editor’s note: Yes… norepinephrine and crystalloid resuscitation for haemorrhagic shock..not ideal but remote medicine is like this at times! Its easy to blame prolonged tourniquet application for loss of leg but a severed femoral artery is also likely culprit too! IN my book the guy is lucky to be alive regardless!

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