12th Annual San Antonio Trauma Symposium September 19–21, 2006 Henry B. Gonzalez Convention Center San Antonio, Texas
Session Summary Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
Clinical Application of Advanced Prosthetic Technology: An Update
Therapeutic Options for Neuropathic Pain
Burn Scar and Contracture Management
Acute Spinal Cord Injury Management
Acute Brain Injury Survivor's Management
Impact of Emergency Medicine Specialists in Tactical Pre-Hospital and En Route Care: What Does the Available Data Say?
Combat Trauma Training for Current Casualty Care
Hemorrhage Control Research on Today's Battlefield: Lessons Applied
Panel Synopsis: Pre-Hospital Combat Health Support 2010: What Should Our Azimuth Be?
Civil Sector Tactical Ems
Army/Navy: It Really Does Work
Experience at the 332nd Air Force Theater Hospital: Evacuation Hub for Iraq
Eye Trauma Management—OIF Clinical Considerations
Removal of Unexploded Ordnance
Thermal Injuries in Operations Iraqi and Enduring Freedom (OIF and OEF)
Endovascular Approaches for Traumatic Thoracic Aortic Injury: Immediate Versus Delayed Therapy
Operative Approaches for Traumatic Thoracic Aortic Injury: Immediate Versus Delayed Therapy
Splenic Injury: Angio vs. Operation
Splenic Injury: Angiogram vs. Operation
Focused Assessment With Sonography for Trauma (FAST): The Truth About Ultrasound in Blunt Trauma
What is the Standard Approach to Temporary Abdominal Closure?
Unstable Pelvic Fractures: The Use of Angiography in Controlling Arterial Hemorrhage
Butt Binder
Cervical Spine Clearance in the Obtunded Patient: It Takes More Than a Simple CT
Session Summary Military Trauma
Critical Care Aeromedical Teams (Ccatt): Then, Now and What’s Next
Damage Control Resuscitation
Things That Go Boom: Injuries From Explosives
Mass Casualties in Combat: Lessons Learned
Simplified Reconstruction of Traumatic Posterior Urethral Defects
The Current Spectrum of Battlefield Urological Injuries
Trauma System and Prevention Summary for Trauma Systems
Alcohol and Injury: American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma Requirements for Trauma Center Intervention
Trauma System and Prevention Summary for Injury Prevention
Injury Prevention: Why So Important?
Preventing Motor Vehicle Crashes (No Accidents Please!)
Trauma Systems and Access to Emergency Medical Care
Critical Care
Infection Control Challenges Related to War Wound Infections in the ICU Setting
Trauma and the Immune Response: Strategies for Success
Potential Benefit of Vasopressin in Resuscitation of Hemorrhagic Shock
Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome in Trauma Patients
Osteomyelitis
Geriatric Spine Fractures: an Emerging Healthcare Crisis
Improving Results in Posterior Wall Acetabular Fracture Surgery
Casualty Evacuations: Transport of the Severely Injured
Session Summary Burn
Modern Burn Care
Planning for Burn Mass Casualty Incidents
The Basis of Fibrosis and Wound Healing Disorders Following Thermal Injury
Burn Care in Iraq
Emerging Advances in Burn Resuscitation
Infections in Burns
Aeromedical Evacuation of Burn Patients From Iraq
The Role of the Advanced Practice Nurse Within the Continuum of Trauma Care
Forensics in the Hospital Setting: What Everyone Touching the Patient Should Know
Trauma Nursing
Exemption of Informed Consent (Final Rule): Procedures for Critical Trauma Studies
Prehospital Assessment and Treatment of Thoracic Injuries
Pediatrics
Damage Control Mechanical Ventilation: Ventilator Induced Lung Injury and Lung Protective Strategies in Children
Monitoring The Critically Ill or Injured Child
Not for Adults Only: An Experience in Wartime Surgery in Iraq
Materials for Orbital Reconstruction
Gunshot Wounds to the Face
Panel Synopsis Discussion on Facial Trauma
Management of Facial Fractures in the Deployed American Soldier
Management of Soft Tissue Defect
Management of Frontal Sinus Fractures
Disaster Medicine
The National Disaster Life Support Foundation: Local Preparedness, Global Response
Regional Medical Disaster Planning: An Integrated Approach to ESF-8 Planning
Medical Field Hospital Capability and Trauma Care
Pandemic Influenza: What Does It Mean for Us?
Neurosurgery
Neuro-Critrical Care in Modern War
Lessons Learned From OIF: A Neurosurgical Perspective
Anesthesiology
Monitoring Trauma Patients
Methods of Hemodynamic Monitoring
The Pregnant Trauma Patient
Roman Hlatky, MD
Dedicated to the memory of our Soldiers, Sailors, Airmen, and Marines “Whi Gave All”