Concussion Research Update Susan Schmunk, CSTR, CAISS A concussion is a mild brain injury that occurs after a fall, crash or blow to the head.
By Cathy Massaro, CCM, MSW The anniversary of 9/11 has come and gone yet the effects of the tragedy are still felt everyday by many struggling with Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, PTSD.
Of all a healthcare facility’s many departments, its trauma center is arguably one of the most critical for determining patient outcomes.
Are you looking for a position that offers consistency, reliability and longevity? Then MedPartners has a perfect opportunity for you as a Remote Trauma Registrar! The registry service division at MedPartners understands the importance of certified, credentialed and experienced registry professionals.
The Safety of E-cigarettes Susan Schmunk, CSTR, CAISS On May 5, 2018, a St. Petersburg, Florida man died after his vape pen exploded, firing pieces of the device into his brain and setting his house on fire.
Tourniquet Use Associated With Decrease in Mortality Susan Schmunk, CSTR, CAISS A recent retrospective study from a presentation made at the September 2017 annual meeting of the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma and Clinical Congress of Acute Care Surgery has been published in the Journal of the American College of Surgeons: http://www.
Pupil Evaluation and Glasgow Coma Scale Susan Schmunk, CSTR, CAISS A retrospective cohort analysis of data of 51,425 severely injured patients in the Trauma Registry of the German Society for Trauma Surgery from 1993 to 2009 was undertaken and the results published in the British Journal of Surgery in 2012.
Susan Schmunk, CSTR, CAISS Mentor – A wise and trusted counselor or teacher. Many of us work in positions of leadership, not necessarily in title, but by what we do every day on the job.
Susan Schmunk, CSTR, CAISS While Christmas is past for another year, the time to think about toy safety continues.