2018 Trauma Presentations

MSS09 COMBAT THORACIC SURGERY IN RECENT CONFLICTS: 2002-2016. Zsolt Stockinger, MD, Caryn Turner, MPH, Jennifer Gurney, MD; Joint Trauma System

MSS10 Medical Management of Severe Traumatic Brain Injury in Afghanistan at Forward Deployed Surgical Units Demonstrates a Potential Knowledge or Utilization Gap in Patient Management G Baluh, MD, E Mann-Salinas, PhD, A Staudt, PhD, J Gurney, MD, S Shackelford, MD, J Nielsen, MD, T Becker, MD; SAMMC

MSS11 Outcomes following administration of tranexamic acid in military traumatic brain injury Patrick F Walker, MD, Joseph D Bozzay, MD, Luke R Johnston, MD, Eric A Elster, MD, Carlos J Rodriguez, DO, Matthew J Bradley, MD; Department of Surgery, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences and Walter Reed National Military Medical Center, Bethesda, Maryland

MSS12 Prolonged Field Care – The U.S. Air Force Pararescue Experience Erik DeSoucy, DO1, Seth Zweben, NREMTP2, Stacy Shackelford, MD3, Joseph J DuBose, MD1, Russ S Kotwal, MD, MPH3, Harold R Montgomery, SOATP3, Sean Keenan, MD4, Stephen C Rush, MD2; 1David Grant Medical Center, 2U.S. Air Force Pararescue, 3Joint Trauma System, 4Special Operations Command, Europe

MSS13 Improving Fasciotomy Performance: A Focused Needs Assessment for Military Surgeon Simulation Training Walter B Kucera, MD, Matthew D Nealeigh, DO, Brenton Franklin, MD, Mark Bowyer, MD, W. Brian Sweeney, MD, E. Matthew Ritter, MD; Uniformed Services University / Walter Reed National Military Medical Center

MSS14 Delayed Presentations of Trauma Encountered during Large-Scale US Navy Humanitarian Aid Missions Jason B Brill, LCDR, MC, USN, James D Wallace, LCDR, MC, USN, Romeo C Ignacio, CAPT, MC, USN; Naval Medical Center San Diego

MSS15 Mobile Forward Looking Infrared Technology Allows Rapid Assessment of Resuscitative Endovascular Balloon Occlusion of the Aorta in Hemorrhage and Blackout Conditions Morgan R Barron, MD, John Kuckelman, DO, John McClellan, MD, Michael Derickson, MD, Cody Phillips, DO, Shannon Marko, DVM, Kyle Sokol, MD, Matthew Eckert, MD, Matthew Martin, MD; Madigan Army Medical Center

MSS16 TOO FAST, OR NOT FAST ENOUGH? THE FAST EXAM IN PATIENTS WITH NON-COMPRESSIBLE TORSO HEMORRHAGE Woo S Do, MD1, Matthew J Eckert, MD1, Ronald Chang, MD2, Erin E Fox, PhD2, Charles E Wade, PhD2, John B Holcomb2, Matthew J Martin1; 1Legacy Emmanuel Medical Center, Portland, OR, 2Center for Translational Injury Research, University of Texas Health Science Center, Houston, TX