P2: Contemporary Management of Vascular Trauma and Iatrogenic Injuries
This program is recommended by the Young Surgeons Committee.
This course was presented at VAM2019.
- Management of Blunt Thoracic Aortic Injury: Grade 2 Thoracic Aortic Injuries Should all Undergo Endovascular Repair: Ali Azizzadeh, MD
- Management of Blunt Thoracic Aortic Injury: Grade 2 Thoracic Aortic Injuries Can all be Safely Managed with Medical Therapy: Elina Quiroga, MD
- Endovascular and Surgical Management of Abdominal Aortic/IVC Injury: Fernando Joglar, MD
- REBOA – Currently Available Devices, Indications and Complications: Joseph DuBose, MD
- Management of Popliteal and Tibial Artery Injuries: Timing, Predictors of Outcome and Role of Endovascular Therapies: Ravi Rajani, MD
- Panel Discussion
- Endovascular vs Open Repair of Upper Extremity Arterial Injury: No Need for Incisions: Michael Silva, MD
- Endovascular vs. Open Repair of Upper Extremity Arterial Injury: You Better Review Your Anatomy: Malachi Sheahan, MD
- Guidelines for IVC Filter Placement in Trauma Patients: Kristofer Charlton-Ouw, MD
- Management of Commonly Encountered Pediatric Vascular Injuries: Michael Dalsing, MD
- Management of Blast Injuries and High-Velocity Gunshot Injuries: Paul White, MD
- Mass Casualty Management: Anantha Ramanathan, MD
- Case-Based: Central Line Complications: Donald Baril, MD
- Case-Based: Abdominal Complications: Jayer Chung, MD
- Case-Based: Orthopedic Complications: Efthymios Avgerinos, MD
- Case-Based: Cardiology Complications: Raghu Motaganahalli, MD
- Understand the different mechanisms of vascular injury.
- Review damage control strategies and definitive repair options.
- Discuss the increasing role of endovascular surgery in trauma.