EMS Today: Key Things to Remember When Treating Trauma Patients
Peter Taillac, MD, FACEP, explains why looking for shock is most important
Peter Taillac, MD, FACEP, shares the most critical things to look for when treating trauma patients. No. 1: Look for shock. Recognize it early. Treat is early. And treat it aggressively. Taillac explains what mechanisms to use when treating shock at the 2013 EMS Today Conference in Washington, D.C.Tags: EMS Today, EMS Today Video, News Video, trauma, shock, treatment
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