PSHD publication in November issues of JACS

PSHD publication in November issues of JACS

NCDMPH analyzed statewide autopsy records in Maryland to determine the number of hemorrhagic deaths that might have been potentially survivable with prompt hemorrhage control. Although the survivability of military extremity hemorrhage is well documented, equivalent civilian data are limited. We Similar analyses of battlefield deaths led to life-saving changes in military medical practice. The study was published in the Journal of the American College of Surgeons. Read the study at:

"Post-Mortem Evaluation of Potentially Survivable Hemorrhagic Death in a Civilian Population."

Also, take a look at a video of Dr Goolsby discussing the article https://www.journalacs.org/authorvideo