You should have gotten an email with a link to your House’s spreadsheet  for this month.
To receive credit:
  1. Choose four hour’s worth of the below material.
  2. Put at least 12 pearls/pro-tips/factoids you learned into your House spreadsheet.
Due By: 03/28/18
Remember that your entries will be used for the competition questions, so make sure you know things the other House’s don’t!
  • Resources are sorted based on Tintinalli chapters then from shortest to longest credit. (AKA most ADD-friendly to least ADD-friendly!).
  • Times are derived from estimated reading/listening/viewing times rounded slightly upwards on average to account for comprehension time.
  • 🔊-Podcast        🗞-Blog        📽-Video       📑-Textbook

 

 General Adult Trauma: Because the Darwin Award is Competitive

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1. 🗞 (15 Minutes): EMDocs: “Traumatic Cardiac Arrest” Website

  • An overview of what you need to be considering what that traumatic cardiac arrest rolls into your shop.

 

2. 📽 (15 Minutes): EMRAP: “Journal Club: Trauma Literature of 2016 (Part1) ” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)

  • The first of a two-parter from the EM:RAP folks on what trauma literature you need to be aware of from 2016.

 

3. 🗞 (15 Minutes): EM Ottawa Blog: “Resuscitation of the Bariatric Trauma Patient” Website

  • Trauma that’s larger than life…

 

4. 📽 (15 Minutes): Essentials of EM: “How to Manage Injuries from Non-lethal Weapons” Website.

  • What doesn’t kill you….can hurt a heck of a lot.

 

5. 🔊 (20 Minutes): EMRAP: “Debunking Trauma Myths” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)

  • All that trauma dogma you’ve heard for years that sounded so true… but is it?

 

6. 🗞 (20 Minutes): EMDocs: “Pedestrian Struck by Vehicle: Pearls and Pitfalls” Website

  • Car vs. Pedestrian… who will win this grudge-match?! (Hint… it’s definitely the car.)

 

7. 🗞 (30 Minutes): EM Ottawa Blog: “Blood, Salt, and CT’s: An Update in Trauma for 2016” Website

  • A Canadian run-down of some can’t miss updates to trauma in 2016

 

8. 🔊 (30 Minutes): EMRAP: “Trauma Transfer” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)

  • Not in the shiny Level I trauma center with 100 people at your beck and call? What do you need to do prior to transfer and what can wait?

 

9. 📽 (30  Minutes): EMRAP: “Journal Club: Trauma Literature of 2016 (Part2) ” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)

  • The second of a two-parter from the EM:RAP folks on what trauma literature you need to be aware of from 2016.

 

10. 🔊 (30 Minutes): EMBasic: “Trauma Resuscitation Part 1: The Evaluation” Website. and iTunes.

  • Think of this as your introduction to not screwing up Trauma

 

11. 🔊 (30 Minutes): EMBasic: “Trauma Resuscitation Part 2: The Interventions” Website. and iTunes.

  • Think of this as your sequel to not screwing up Trauma

 

12. 🗞 (30 Minutes): EMDocs: “The Crashing Trauma Patient” Website

  • For when your trauma patient doesn’t look so hot

 

13. 📽 (35 Minutes): EMRAP: “Oral Board Review: Trauma Resuscitation” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)

  • A great run-through of how to run a trauma using an oral boards case with discussion afterwards.

 

14. 🗞 (40 Minutes): EMDocs: “Damage Control and Resuscitation at the Non-Trauma Center” (Two Parts).   Part 1 and Part 2

  • For trauma outside of the Level 1 center.

 

15: 📑 ( 60 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 254 “Trauma in Adults”. (8th Edition: Pages 1681-1688)

 

16. 🔊 (90 Minutes): EMCases: “Trauma Pearls and Pitfalls Part 1” Website. and iTunes.

  • A beginning of a great discussion of the nuances and ways to succeed (or fail) in trauma care.

 

17. 🔊 (90 Minutes): EMCases: “Trauma Pearls and Pitfalls Part 2” Website. and iTunes.

  • The end of a great discussion of the nuances and ways to succeed (or fail) in trauma care.

 

18. 🗞 (90 Minutes): EBMedicine: “High Risk Scenarios In Blunt Trauma” Website

  • Because it turns out blunt trauma can do a fair bit of damage!

 

 

19. 🔊 (150 Minutes): EMCases: “Updates in Trauma Literature (2014)” Website. and iTunes.

  • Because ATLS wasn’t the final word.

 

 20. 🗞 (180 Minutes): EBMedicine: “Ballistic Injuries in the Emergency Department” Website

  • It’s a good thing nobody ever gets shot. That could be really bad.

 

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Bloody Hell: Fluids and Blood Resuscitation in Trauma

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21. 🗞 (10 Minutes): RebelEM: “The PROPPR Randomized Clinical Trial” Website

  • Because you can’t just dump in random amounts of blood products

 

22. 🗞 (10 Minutes): CoreEM: “PROPPR: Transfusion Ratios in Trauma” Website

  • Properly giving blood per PROPPR.

 

23. 🗞 (10 Minutes): CoreEM: “CRASH-2: Tranexamic Acid inMajor Trauma” Website

  • Why is everybody talking about TXA?

 

24. 🗞 (15 Minutes): EMDocs: “Penetrating Wounds in the Emergency Department” Website

  • What should you be thinking about for the patient sent to you by Stabby McStabberson?

 

25. 🗞 (15 Minutes): EMDocs: “Penetrating Trauma: What We Miss and How We Can Improve” Website

  • Even more penetrating trauma…

 

26. 🗞 (15 Minutes): CoreEM: “Initial Trauma Assessment” Website

  • How to run that initial trauma assessment smoothly and calmly. (The paper version)

 

27. 🔊 (20 Minutes): CoreEM: “Initial Trauma Management” Website. and iTunes.

  • How to run that initial trauma assessment smoothly and calmly. (The podcast version)

 

28. 🔊 (25 Minutes): EMCrit: “The PROPPR Trial with John Holcomb” Website. and iTunes.

  • A deep dive into the PROPPR trial with Dr. Weingart.

 

29.  🔊 (25 Minutes): EMCrit – “Critical Questions on Massive Transfusion Protocol”  Website. and iTunes.

  • A power couple in this podcast, Wiengart and Kenji Inaba; two experts in trauma and resuscitation talk about hemostatic management and massive transfusions in trauma patients.

 

30. 🔊 (30 Minutes): CrackCast: “Multiple Trauma” Website. and iTunes.

  • Some Trauma-Drama straight out of Rosen’s for you.

 

31. 🗞 (30 Minutes): RebelEM: “10 (Trauma Resuscitation) Commandments” Website

  • 10 ways to manage your trauma patients better.

 

32. 🔊 (30 Minutes): EMCrit: “The Sick and the Dead: Evidence Based Trauma Resuscitation in 2016” Website. and iTunes.

  • Ever wanted to pick Weingart’s brain on trauma? Here you go!

 

33. 🔊 (30 Minutes): EMCrit: “The Logistics of Administration of Massive Transfusion” Website. and iTunes.

  • Because just declaring “I activate Massive Transfusion protocol” into the air might not be effective.

 

35: 📑 ( 60 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 13 “Fluid and Blood Resuscitation in Traumatic Shock”. (8th Edition: Pages 69-74)

 

 

36. 🔊 (50 Minutes): The Resus Room: “Traumatic Arrest” Website. and iTunes.

  • What should you be prepared for with the traumatic arrest patient?

 

37. 🗞 (120 Minutes): EBMedicine: “Traumatic Hemorrhagic Shock: Advances in Fluid Management” Website

  • An evidence based run-through of how to that “really, really bleedy patient”

 

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A Pain in the Neck: Spine and Neck Injuries

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38. 📽 (5 Minutes): EM in 5: “Penetrating Neck Trauma” Website.

  • Need a review of neck trauma? This is the zone for you!

 

39. 🔊 (10 Minutes): EMRAP: “Paper Chase: When to get an MRI with Negative C-Spine CT” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)

  • The film is negative, but the patient is positive they have symptoms, what now?

 

40. 🔊 (15 Minutes): EMRAP: “Who Needs Spinal Imaging?” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)

  • Does every trauma patient need curative radiation?

 

41. 🔊 (20 Minutes): EMRAP: “Do We Still Need the C-Collar?” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)

  • Is it time for the C-Collar to join MySpace and bell-bottoms?

 

42. 🔊 (20 Minutes): EMRAP: “Annals of Emergency Medicine: Penetrating Neck Trauma” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)

  • What should be running through your mind when a knife has run through your patient’s neck.

 

43. 🗞 (20 Minutes): CoreEM: “C-Spine Injuries and CT Interpretation” Website

  • Overview of the various C-spine injuries with great pictures.

 

44. 🔊 (30 Minutes): EMCases: “Penetrating Upper Airway Injury: Awake Intubation Do’s and Don’ts” Website. and iTunes.

  • How to intubate the traumatic airway.

 

45. 🔊 (35 Minutes): CrackCast: “Neck Trauma” Website. and iTunes.

  • Rapid Rosen’s Review on all the ways the neck can be traumatized.

 

46: 📑 ( 60 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 260 “Trauma to the Neck”. (8th Edition: Pages 1733-1740)

 

 

47: 📑 ( 120 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 258 “Spine Trauma”. (8th Edition: Pages 1708-1724)

 

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Head Trauma: 

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48. 🔊 (10 Minutes): CoreEM: “Delayed ICH in Head Trauma Patients on Blood Thinners” Website. and iTunes.

  • Does the cute grandma who fell (on Coumadin, of course) need another CT?

 

49. 🔊 (15 Minutes): EMRAP: “Head Trauma Etiquette” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)

  • Manage your head trauma patient with a bit more finesse.

 

50. 🔊 (15 Minutes): EMRAP: “Osmotic Therapy in Head Injury” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)

  • Mannitol? Hypertonic Saline? Is there a difference?

 

51. 🔊 (10 Minutes): EMRAP: “Which Subdurals Need Surgery?” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)

  • Who needs Neurosurgery to be prepping the OR?

 

52. 🔊 (10 Minutes): CoreEM: “Traumatic ICH Management” Website. and iTunes.

  • Brain bleeds, how to not make the situation worse.

 

53: 📑 ( 100 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 257 “Head Trauma”. (8th Edition: Pages 1695-1707)

 

54. 🗞 (10 Minutes): CoreEM: “Canadian Head CT Decision Rule” Website

  • Who gets radiation and who goes home?

 

55. 🔊 (35 Minutes):The Skeptics Guide to Emergency Medicine: “Canadian CT Head Rule for Patients with Minor Head Injury” Website. and iTunes.

  • Because there’s a better way than giving everyone a trip to the CT scanner.

 

56. 🗞 (120 Minutes): EBMedicine: “Management of Mild Traumatic Brain Injury in the Emergency Department” Website

  • All those mild TBI patients, what should we do with them?

 

57. 🗞 (150 Minutes): EBMedicine: “Severe Traumatic Brain Injury in Adults” Website

  • How to help the serious TBI patient.

 

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Fractured Faces: Facial Trauma

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58: 📑 ( 60 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 259 “Trauma to the Face”. (8th Edition: Pages 1724-1733)

 

 

59. 🔊 (30 Minutes): CrackCast: “Facial Trauma” Website. and iTunes.

  • Rosen’s on the traumatic face.

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(Look Back at the HEENT Block for even more Head, Neck, and Face Trauma)

 

Chest Trauma:

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60. 🔊 (5 Minutes): EMRAP: “Is Longer Better in Pneumothorax Decompression?” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)

  • When decompressing a pneumothorax on your fluffier patients, is that normal angiocath going to reach?

 

61. 🔊 (10 Minutes): CoreEM: “The Traumatized Airway” Website. and iTunes.

  • When all you see is blood in the airway…

 

62. 🔊 (10 Minutes): EMRAP: “Clinical Exam to Identify Chest Tube Insertion Site” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)

  • Because putting chest tubes in the liver is frowned upon.

 

63. 🔊 (10 Minutes): EMRAP: “CT for Diaphragm Injury” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)

  • How do you know the diaphragm isn’t injured?

 

64. 🗞 (10 Minutes): CoreEM: “NEXUS Chest Decision Instruments” Website

  • NEXUS, taking over trauma one rule at a time.

 

65. 🔊 (10 Minutes): CoreEM: “Penetrating Chest Trauma” Website. and iTunes.

  • Stabbed in the chest? At least there’s nothing important in there…

 

66. 🔊 (15 Minutes): EMRAP: “When to Crack the Chest” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)

  • When should you pull the trigger on a thoracotomy?

 

67. 🔊 (20 Minutes): EMRAP: “Chest Tubes in the Morbidly Obese” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)

  • When all you feel is adipose tissue, where does your chest tube go? Hopefully not the liver. (Great video included)

 

68. 🗞 (20 Minutes): CoreEM: “Traumatic Hemothorax” Website

  • Get that chest tube ready!

 

69. 🔊 (20 Minutes): EMRAP: “NEXUS Chest CT” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)

  • How does the NEXUS tool for the chest work?

 

70. 🔊 (25 Minutes): EMRAP: “Stabbed in the Chest” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)

  • All the important bits a knife through the chest wall can hit.

 

71. 🗞 (25 Minutes): EMDocs: “Blunt Chest Trauma: Who Needs CT Imaging?” Website

  • Radiation gives super powers, right? It should be fine to scan everyone…no?

 

72. 🔊 (30 Minutes): EMRAP: “How to Crack the Chest” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)

  • You’ve decided you need to perform a thoracotomy… now what?

 

73. 🔊 (30 Minutes): RebelEM: “The All Thoracotomy Episode” Website. and iTunes.

  • Want a rebellious deep dive on thoracotomy?

 

74. 🔊 (45 Minutes): CrackCast: “Thoracic Trauma” Website. and iTunes.

  • Rosen’s run through of trauma to the chest.

 

75: 📑 ( 80 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 262 “Cardiac Trauma”. (8th Edition: Pages 1752-1761)

 

76: 📑 ( 100 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 261 “Pulmonary Trauma”. (8th Edition: Pages 1740-1752)

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Abdominal/Pelvic Trauma:

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77. 📽 (5 Minutes): CoreEM: “How to Apply a Pelvic Binder” Website.

  • How to apply both a commercial pelvic binder as well as a way to MacGyver one in a pinch, all with some sarcastically cheesy camera pandering.

 

78. 🔊 (10 Minutes): EMRAP: “The Abdominal Exam with Distracting Injuries” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)

  • Can you trust your belly exam after trauma? (Podcast version)

 

79. 🗞 (10 Minutes): CoreEM: “Validity of Abdominal Exam in Blunt Trauma with Distracting Injuries” Website

  • Can you trust your belly exam after trauma (Paper version)

 

80. 🔊 (15 Minutes): EMRAP: “Pelvic Fractures: Evaluation and Treatment” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)

  • Pelvis unstable? Now what?

 

81. 🗞 (15 Minutes): ALiEM: “Management of Major Pelvic Trauma” Website

  • What to do with the broken pelvis?

 

82. 🗞 (15 Minutes): EM Ottawa Blog: “Opening the Book: Pelvic Trauma in the ED” Website

  • Everything you need to know about pelvic fractures (With pictures!)

 

83. 🔊 (20 Minutes): EMRAP: “Pelvic Fractures: Anatomy of the Bleed” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)

  • A great way to think about pelvic fractures and managing them.

 

84: 📑 ( 30 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 263 “Abdominal Trauma”. (8th Edition: Pages 1761-1764)

 

85. 🔊 (30 Minutes): EMCrit: “Severe Pelvic Trauma” Website. and iTunes.

  • What is Dr. Weingart’s approach to pelvic trauma?

 

86. 🔊 (30 Minutes): CrackCast: “Pelvic Trauma” Website. and iTunes.

  • Rosen’s on the pelvic trauma patient.

 

87. 🔊 (45 Minutes): CrackCast: “Abdominal Trauma” Website. and iTunes.

  • Rosen’s on the belly trauma patient.

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Flank and Buttock Trauma:

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Genitourinary Trauma:

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89. 🔊 (5 Minutes): EMRAP: “Penis vs. Zipper” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)

  • Nope. Nope. Nopety nope.

 

90. 🔊 (10 Minutes): ERCast: “Gunshot to the Groin” Website. and iTunes.

  • How to stop bleeding that just won’t stop.

 

91. 🗞 (15 Minutes): LifeintheFastLane: “Digital Rectal Exam in Trauma” Website

  • Everyone’s favorite part of trauma, does it actually tell us anything useful?

 

92. 🔊 (45 Minutes): CrackCast: “Genitourinary Trauma” Website. and iTunes.

  • The CrackCast crew is ready with a review of Rosen’s chapter.

 

93: 📑 ( 60 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 265 “Genitourinary Trauma”. (8th Edition: Pages 1767-1772)

 

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Trauma to the Extremities:

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94. 📽 (15 Minutes): Essentials of EM: “Lower Extremity Trauma” Website.

  • Bring out the tourniquets!

 

95: 📑 ( 20 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 266 “Trauma to the Extremities”. (8th Edition: Pages 1772-1775)

 

 

96. 🔊 (25 Minutes): EMRAP: “Gunshot to the Extremity” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)

  • For when it’s more than just a flesh wound.

 

97. 🔊 (30 Minutes): CrackCast: “Peripheral Vascular Trauma” Website. and iTunes.

  • The CrackCast crew delves into Rosen’s again.

 

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Trauma in Pregnancy:

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98. 🗞 (15 Minutes): CoreEM: “Peri-Mortem C-Section” Website

  • The procedure you pray you never need to know.

 

99. 🗞 (25 Minutes): EMDocs: “Resuscitation of the Pregnant Trauma Patient” Website

  • Pregnant physiology is weird. Traumatic pregnant physiology? Even weirder.

 

100. 🔊 (45 Minutes): CrackCast: “Trauma in Pregnancy” Website. and iTunes.

  • Rosen’s on how to manage trauma when there’s a bun in the oven.

 

101. 🔊 (10 Minutes): CoreEM: “Trauma in Pregnancy” Website. and iTunes.

  • Things to remember when the pregnant trauma patient rolls in.

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Pediatric Trauma

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102. 🔊 (10 Minutes): CoreEM: “Pediatric C-Spine Injuries” Website. (iTunes No Longer Available)

  • Little kids and those giant heads can change neck injuries a bit.

 

103. 🔊 (20 Minutes): EMRAP: “Pediatric C-Spine Clearance” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)

  • How do you clear pediatric c-spines? Just like adults, or are they different?

 

104. 🔊 (20 Minutes): EMRAP: “Post-Traumatic Cervical Artery Dissection in Kids” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)

 

105: 📑 ( 40 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 256 “Trauma in Pregnancy”. (8th Edition: Pages 1692-1695)

 

106. 🔊 (40 Minutes): PEMPlayBook: “MultiSystem Trauma in Children: Part One” Website. and iTunes.

  • A play-by-play guide to trauma in kids. (Part One)

 

107. 🔊 (40 Minutes): PEMPlayBook: “MultiSystem Trauma in Children: Part Two” Website. and iTunes.

  • A play-by-play guide to trauma in kids. (Part Two)

 

108. 🔊 (40 Minutes): CrackCast: “Pediatric Trauma” Website. and iTunes.

  • Rosen’s on little kids and trauma.

 

109. 🗞 (120 Minutes): EBMedicine: “Trauma in the Pregnant Patient” Website

  • Evidence-based overview of trauma and pregancy.

 

110. 🗞 (150 Minutes): EBMedicine: “Pediatric Blunt Abdominal Trauma in the Emergency Department” Website

  • Little kids and belly trauma?

 

111. 🗞 (150 Minutes): EBMedicine: “Emergency Management of Blunt Chest Trauma in Children” Website

  • Little kids and chest trauma?

 

112. 🗞 (150 Minutes): EBMedicine: “Diagnosis and Management of Motor Vehicle Trauma in Children” Website

  • When kids have MVC’s or are pedestrians, things can get really bad really quickly.

 

113. 🗞 (150 Minutes): EBMedicine: “Evidence Based Assessment and Management of Pediatric Mild Traumatic Brain Injury” Website

  • Concussions and kids, what should you do?

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Geriatric Trauma:

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114. 🔊 (20 Minutes): EMRAP: “Rib Fractures in the Elderly” Website(Will Require Your EMRAP Login)

  • Broken ribs are no big deal, right?

 

115. 🗞 (25 Minutes): EMDocs: “Geriatric Trauma and Medical Illness: Pearls and Pitfalls” Website

  • Some nuances to caring for the elderly patient.

 

116. 🔊 (30 Minutes): CrackCast: “Geriatric Trauma” Website. and iTunes.

  • Rosen’s on what to watch for when older patient’s experience trauma.

 

117: 📑 ( 50 Minutes):  Tintinalli’s Chapter 255 “Trauma in the Elderly”. (8th Edition: Pages 1688-1692)

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