How to build an endovascular trauma program at your hospital

Trauma leaders worldwide show a growing interest in using endovascular tools in trauma resuscitation, hemorrhage control and definitive injury management. This interest is driven in part by the development of new endovascular devices designed specifically for injured patients. In addition, the emergence of resuscitative endovascular balloon occlusion of…

Quality & PI

How to code REBOA in the trauma registry

Trauma centers and surgeons are increasingly using REBOA (or resuscitative endovascular balloon occlusion of the aorta) to treat patients in hemorrhagic shock. REBOA isn’t exactly a new procedure. In fact, it’s been around for a…

Program Management

Endovascular trauma: ensuring quality and patient safety

Some endovascular trauma procedures are relatively uncommon. Given that fact, a robust quality assurance strategy is an essential part of any endovascular trauma program. Risk mitigation for endovascular trauma “The best way to mitigate the…

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