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C3 Project: Trauma and the Primary Survey

Scott Weingart, MD and Rob Rogers, MD
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Its C3 project time ladies and gentleman..We have a good one for you this month. Raise your hand if your Primary Survey is perfect...I see no hands up people! so this is the C3 for you!

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Marc V B., P.A. -

Great episode I am a PA in a community hospital and programs like this are priceless...Thanks

JP -

EXCELLENT content.

Skins, MD -

This trauma episode was the best ever. These guys did a great job! Makes me want to look forward to Afghanistan.

Michael S., -

Phenomenal session! Jam packed full of pearls.

Maxim BY, MDCM -

Amazing discussion - although deviated from the usual textbook style... Not sure if I could apply the more novel concepts to my Royal College Exam.

Patrick S., M.D. -

Very well presented. I love a quiet machine!

brendanC -

could you give the references about mortality with elderly rib fx. I send home a lot of these folks and would like something to base a decision to admit.

Jon C, MD -

I love the star trek analogy!! Live long & prosper

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Episode 124 Full episode audio for MD edition 244:22 min - 103 MB - M4AC3 Project Written Summary: Trauma and the Primary Survey 78 KB - PDFJanuary 2012 EMRAP Written Summary 667 KB - PDF