Tag Archive: Pediatric Emergency Care Applied Research Network

Oct 7 2019

Preventing Hemorrhage in Severely Injured Children

By Barbara Drosey

When a traumatic injury occurs, the countdown to an optimal chance at survival begins. With hemorrhage being the main cause of death within 24 hours postinjury, how bleeding is managed in those initial hours can greatly affect outcomes. It is within this critical window that Sage Myers, MD, MSCE, and her research team are trialing an intervention to prevent uncontrolled bleeding in children following traumatic injury.

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