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Scoop & run or stay & play in 2016

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  1. There are too many uncontrollable variables in this study. The competency level of ALS/BLS, time of transport to closest trauma center, criticality of the patient, location of the injury etc. We already know time to definitive care [OR] reduces mortality in penetrating trauma. If ALS is delaying transport to intubate or control bleeding [which can be done during transport] retraining now will save more lives. We don’t need a study to remind us what we already know.

    July 22, 2016

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