2015 Trauma Session

LCDR Matthew Tadlock, US Navy
The Incidence of Pulmonary Embolism After Combat Related Traumatic Amputation Is Higher Than We Thought: An Analysis of 366 Combat Casualties.

USU Med Stud Jillian Piaggone
The cost of damage control laparotomy: hernia incidence after laparotomy in the war-injured patient.
Senior Author – Major Amy Vertees, Army Walter Reed

CPT. Kyle K. Sokol, MD
Pre-Hospital Interventions In Severly Injured Pediatric Patients; Rethinking The ABC’s.
Senior Author: COL. Matthew J. Martin, MD
Program Director: COL. Tommy Brown, MD

Danielle M. Herder, MD Captain, USAF
Analysis Of Coalistion Soldiers Sustaining Bilateral Traumatic Amputations With Perineal Involvement Secondary To Improvised Explosive Device.
Senior Author and Military Program Director is Maj Nichole Ingalls.
Program Director: Jennifer Baynosa, Civilian,

CPT Cassandra L. Cardarelli US Army
Surgical Critical care and Ultrasound Training: Changing the Paradigm.
Senior Author: Civilian
Program Director: Dr Ritter

LT Matthew Vasquez USN
Do advances in CT technology have an impact on identifying traumatic pancreatic injury? 
Program Director – Dr. Eric Ritter USAF

CPT Michael Clemens, ARMY
Combat Associated Pancreatic Injuries: 2002-2011.
Senior authors: COL Lorne Blackbourne and LTC Christopher White.
Program Director: COL Mary Edwards

MAJ Timothy P. Plackett, DO
Concordance between point of injury reports and findings on arrival at a forward surgical element in Afghanistan.
Senior Author: MAJ Timothy P. Plackett, DO, USA