Point-of-injury use of reconstituted freeze dried plasma as a resuscitative fluid: A special report for prehospital trauma care

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This special report describes the broader implications of prehospital fluid resuscitation in the context of what is the first reported case of point-of-injury use of reconstituted, lyophilized single-donor freeze dried plasma (FDP) as a resuscitative fluid.
The Israeli Defense Force Medical Corps (IDF-MC) has deployed FDP as another step in the evolution of casualty care to bring damage-control resuscitation closer to the point of injury as part of the multidisciplinary efforts to improve trauma victims’ outcome.
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