Core Content by Sanjay Mohan, MD

Journal Review

Delayed Fluid Resuscitation for Hypotensive Patients with Penetrating Torso Injuries

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Prior to this study, the preoperative approach to hypotensive patients with trauma included prompt intravenous infusion of isotonic fluids – the rationale being to sustain tissue perfusion and vital organ function while diagnostic and therapeutic procedures were underway.
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Pay It Forward

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“What’s your airway plan, Michelle?”

To be quite frank, I don’t think I actually listened to what my junior said in response. Without much thought, I promptly replied (in my big boy voice),
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Who Are You?

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“Code Blue in the waiting room!”

As my co-resident, attending, and I sprinted down the hall, I vividly remember thinking to myself that I probably shouldn’t be here right now.
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Journal Review

Shock Index vs. ABC Score in Predicting Need for Massive Transfusion

Filed Under: February 8th, 2018 Leave a Comment

Massive hemorrhage is a major cause of early death in trauma patients. A vast majority of US trauma centers haves established Massive Transfusion Protocols (MTP) in order to facilitate early and aggressive balanced resuscitation.
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Pediatric Supracondylar Fractures

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This post dives into the management of supracondylar fractures and talks about some of the complications to look out for.
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The Paradox

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The Paradox

“Go take a break.” “Let me quickly pick up these two patients.” “Go grab some food and come back.” “I’m fine, I’ll just…” “Sanjay,
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Trust Me.

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“Just cut. He’s dead”, my senior resident calmly whispered behind me. I had walked through the crash chest tube hundreds of times in my head. I knew the steps like the back of my hand – fourth or fifth intercostal space,
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Dear Intern . . .

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Dear Sanjay,

Hope you’re doing well. You’ve probably just settled into your first adult-sized Manhattan apartment. It may take a while, but you’ll eventually manage to find your stethoscope – it’s been gathering quite a bit of dust since Match Day.
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Sanjay Mohan, MD