Shock, Resuscitation & Burns

  • Shock & Resuscitation:
    • Hemorrhagic vs. cardiogenic vs. sepsis vs. neurogenic vs. anaphylaxis
    • Hemodynamic features of each
    • Goals of resuscitation - perfusion, cellular/organ function
  • Burns:
    • Evaluating a burn victim: important elements of history, co-existent injuries, evidence for smoke inhalation
    • Area and depth of burn
    • Resuscitation

The following topics will NOT be discussed, therefore outside reading is recommended:

  • fractures, urologic injuries, spleen preservation, indications for neck exploration
  • use of adjunctive diagnostic/therapeutic tools - angiography, CT, contrast studies
  • vascular injuries

Lecture Notes

Burn ppt (Foy)
Shock ppt (Foy)

Supplemental Information

Surgical Infections ppt (Foy)
"It's More Than Skin Deep" video (Foy)

Lectures Online

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