• Poster Sessions

  • AAST 81st Annual Meeting On-Site Poster Session

    Wednesday, September 21, 2022 6:15-7:15 PM CST

    Room Location: Riverside East

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    Group One: Abdominal Trauma (including GI)

    POSTER PROFESSORS: ALI SALIM, MD; SEAN NIX, MD

    Presenters
    1 BED AND BREAKFAST: AN INSTITUTIONAL APPROACH TO LOW GRADE SPLENIC INJURIES Benjamin Lehrman, MD
    2 CHANGES IN REACTIVE ASCITES PROTEINS WHEN CULTURED WITH MESOTHELIAL CELLS Jason Williams, PhD
    3 IS THE USE OF NON-STEROIDAL ANTI-INFLAMMATORIES AFTER BOWEL ANASTOMOSIS IN TRAUMA SAFE? Thomas Clements, MD
    4 MULTI-CENTER STUDY OF INTRA-ABDOMINAL ABSCESS FORMATION AFTER MAJOR OPERATIVE HEPATIC TRAUMA Alison Smith, MD
    5 NATIONAL TRENDS IN THE MANAGEMENT OF TRAUMATIC SPLENIC INJURY IN THE UNITED STATES: 2012-2019 Nam Yong Cho, BS
    6 OUTCOMES OF CLOSED PASSIVE GRAVITY AND SUSTAINED LOW NEGATIVE PRESSURE SUCTION DRAINAGE FOR PANCREATIC TRAUMA: A PROPENSITY-MATCHED ANALYSIS Kaiwei Li
    7 THE AAST-OIS IS ASSOCIATED WITH ENDOSCOPIC AND PERCUTANEOUS BILIARY PROCEDURES IN HEPATIC INJURIES William Brigode, MD
    8 TO CLOSE OR NOT TO CLOSE: COMPARISON OF THE OPEN ABDOMEN IN THE EGS AND TRAUMA POPULATIONS Rachel Warner, DO
    9 ENDOVASCULAR BALLOON OCCLUSION OF THE INFERIOR VENA CAVA IN TRAUMA: A SINGLE-CENTER CASE SERIES Shreyus Kulkarni, MD, MS
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    Group Two: Critical Care (including infection and sepsis)

    POSTER PROFESSORS: CLAY BURLEW, MD; LEWIS KAPLAN, MD

    Presenters
    1 IMPACT OF IMPLEMENTING A VTE GUIDELINE AND ORDER SET ON VTE RATES: A MULTICENTER STUDY Janet Lee, MD
    2 INCIDENCE, OUTCOMES AND COSTS OF SEVERE SEPSIS AND SEPTIC SHOCK IN GERIATRIC TRAUMA PATIENTS Samir Fakhry, MD
    3 LIPID METABOLIC PROFILE IN MESENTERIC LYMPH AFTER INTESTINAL ISCHEMIA/REPERFUSION Koji Morishita, MD
    4 OUTCOMES IN CRITICALLY ILL COVID-19 PATIENTS WITH IDENTIFIABLE ANTIMICROBIAL RESISTANCE GENES Winston Jiang, MD
    5 PREDICTING THE DIFFICULT GALLBLADDER PREOPERATIVELY: NEUTROPHIL-TO-LYMPHOCYTE RATIO AS A PREDICTOR FOR DIFFICULT CHOLECYSTECTOMY Meghan Mali, MD
    6 PREPERITONEAL PELVIC PACKING IS ASSOCIATED WITH INCREASED RISK OF SURGICAL INFECTIONS AFTER PELVIC FIXATION Walter Ramsey, MD
    7 REDUCING OPIOID EXPOSURE AND PAIN IN TRAUMA PATIENTS AT HIGH RISK FOR OPIOID MISUSE Constanza Inez de Dios, PhD
    8 THE IMPACT OF BACTERIA RESISTANCE TO EMPIRIC ANTIBIOTICS ON MORTALITY AND HOSPITAL LENGTH OF STAY Jordan Greer, MD, PharmD
    9 WEIGHT-BASED DOSING OF LMWH TO ACHIEVE VENOUS THROMBOEMBOLISM PROPHYLAXIS IN TRAUMA PATIENTS Tarendeep Thind
    10 PREDICTIVE VALUE OF A PREHOSPITAL TRANEXAMIC ACID PROTOCOL FOR TRAUMA PATIENT HEMORRHAGE Isabel Clark, MD
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    Group Three: Emergency General Surgery

    POSTER PROFESSORS: CAROLINE REINKE, MD; NEIL PARRY, MD

    Presenters
    1 A LOCAL AFFAIR: GEOSPATIAL ANALYSIS OF SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS IN EMERGENCY GENERAL SURGERY OUTCOMES Zongyang Mou, MD
    2 A TALE OF TWO CENTERS: ACS MODEL IS ASSOCIATED WITH DECREASED EGS MORTALITY AT A LEVEL III CENTER Samuel Ross, MD, MPH
    3 APPENDICITIS ON LOCKDOWN? DECREASED PRESENTATION OF APPENDICITIS IN NEW YORK CITY'S PUBLIC HOSPITALS DURING THE COVID19 PANDEMIC Smita Mascharak, MD
    4 APPYS AND BEYOND: SAFETY IN ALLOWING RESIDENTS TO INDEPENDENTLY PERFORM CHOLECYSTECTOMY, A RETROSPECTIVE REVIEW James Barrett, BA
    5 COMPARISON OF OUTCOMES AMONGST PATIENTS WITH HIGH SEVERITY AAST SCORES FOR COMMON EGS DISEASES Sara Larson, MD
    6 DEFINING THE EMERGENCY GENERAL SURGERY PATIENT POPULATION IN THE ERA OF ICD10 Michael Dalton, MD, MPH
    7 LACK OF HEALTH CARE COVERAGE WIDENS THE SURVIVAL GENDER GAP IN EGS: AN ANALYSIS OF 30,000 CASES FROM THE DEVELOPING WORLD Rida Ahmad, MD
    8 PATIENT REPORTED OUTCOMES AND PTSD SYMPTOMS IN EMERGENCY GENERAL SURGERY Charles Shahan, MD, MS

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    PERIOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT OF PATIENTS UNDERGOING PARTIAL CHOLECYSTECTOMY: DEFINING ADJUNCTIVE CARE REQUIREMENTS AND A PROPOSED CLINICAL PATHWAY Mina Nordness, MD, MPH

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    CASE SERIES OF BLUNT CARDIAC INJURIES REQUIRING SURGICAL INTERVENTION REVEALS CARDIAC PATHOLOGY IS NOT THE PRIMARY CAUSE OF DEATH. Elizabeth Trimble
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    Group Four: Geriatrics I (Trauma and EGS)/Palliative Care

    POSTER PROFESSORS: ANASTASIA KUNAC, MD; SASHA ADAMS, MD

    Presenters
    1 A NATIONAL EVALUATION OF DYSPHAGIA IN THE GERIATRIC TRAUMA POPULATION Thaddeus Puzio, MD
    2 ASSOCIATION OF FRAILTY WITH OUTCOMES OF RESECTION FOR COLONIC VOLVULUS: A NATIONAL ANALYSIS Shayan Ebrahimian, MD
    3 DEVELOPING AND VALIDATING AN INDEX FOR MEASURING FRAILTY IN HIP FRACTURE PATIENTS: A NOVEL MODEL FOR PREDICTING SHORT-TERM POSTOPERATIVE MORTALITY Maximillian Forssten, MD
    4 IDENTIFYING FACTORS AFFECTING CHANGES IN GOALS OF CARE FOLLOWING EMERGENT LAPAROTOMY: A RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS Shruthi Srinivas, MD
    5 IMPACT OF THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC ON FATAL FALLS IN OLDER ADULTS Jessica Hoffen, BA
    6 PREDICTION MODEL FOR POSTOPERATIVE FUNCTIONAL DECLINE IN THE ELDERLY USING PSOAS MUSCLE AREA Keishi Yamaguchi
    7 RESTRICTIVE FLUID MANAGEMENT IMPROVES TIME TO AMBULATION FOR GERIATRIC HIP FRACTURES Stephanie Jarvis, MPH
    8 SECONDARY TRAUMA: A LONGITUDINAL STUDY OF POST-DISCHARGE CAREGIVER BURDEN AMONG INFORMAL CAREGIVERS OF OLDER TRAUMA PATIENTS Masami Tabata-Kelly, MBA, MA
    9 THE REVISED CARDIAC RISK INDEX IS ASSOCIATED WITH MORTALITY INDEPENDENT OF INJURY SEVERITY IN ELDERLY PATIENTS WITH ISOLATED THORACIC INJURIES Shahin Mohseni, MD
    10 VARIATION IN HOSPICE USE AMONG TRAUMA CENTERS MAY IMPACT ANALYSIS OF GERIATRIC TRAUMA OUTCOMES Samir Fakhry, MD
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    Group Five: Geriatrics II (Trauma and EGS)/Palliative Care

    POSTER PROFESSORS: ANNE STEY, MD; THOMAS CARVER, MD

    Presenters
    1 ANSWERING THE AGE-OLD QUESTION: SHOULD WE KEEP, OR SHOULD WE TRANSFER OUR SEVERELY INJURED GERIATRIC PATIENTS TO HIGHER LEVELS OF CARE? Hamidreza Hosseinpour, MD
    2 DECISIONS, DECISIONS: FUTILITY OF RESUSCITATION MEASURE IDENTIFIES ELDERLY TRAUMA PATIENTS WHO MAY NOT BENEFIT FROM HEROIC MEASURES Michael Ditillo, DO
    3 FALLS ON SAME LEVEL IN PATIENTS WITH PRE-INJURY ANTICOAGULATION USE Gabrielle Yee, MD, MS
    4 GERIATRIC TRAUMA EDUCATION: A NOVEL PROTOCOL FOR ASSESSMENT OF EQUITY AND REACH OF TRADITIONAL DISSEMINATION CHANNELS Lacey LaGrone, MD, MPH, MA
    5 RISK FOR PEDESTRIAN INJURY: OPPORTUNITY FOR INJURY PREVENTION IN GERIATRICS AND SUBSTANCE ABUSE Taylor Bostonian, MD
    6 THE EPIDEMIOLOGY OF INJURIES IN OLDER ADULTS: IMPLICATIONS FOR THE US TRAUMA SYSTEM Caroline Park, MD, PhD
    7 THE FINAL DECISION AMONG THE INJURED ELDERLY, TO STOP OR TO CONTINUE? A NATIONWIDE STUDY OF PREDICTORS FOR WITHDRAWAL OF CARE Sai Krishna Bhogadi, MD
    8 AMONG GERIATRIC TRAUMA PATIENTS, NON-DIABETIC HYPERGLYCEMIA IS AN INDEPENDENT PREDICTOR OF DEATH WHILE DIABETIC HYPERGLYCEMIA IS NOT Vincent Kaykaty, DO
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    Group Six: Health Disparities/Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

    POSTER PROFESSORS: SELWYN ROGERS JR. , MD; TERRI DEROON-CASSINI, MD, PHD

    Presenters
    1 DISPARITIES IN RATES OF HOSPITALIZATION AMONG PATIENTS WITH MINOR FIREARM INJURIES Arielle Thomas, MD, MPH
    2 LONG-TERM PATIENT REPORTED OUTCOMES FOR INJURED WOMEN Elinore Kaufman, MD, MSHP
    3 NATIONAL ANALYSIS OF THE ASSOCIATION WTH RACE AND VENOUS THROMBOEMBOLISM AFTER TRAUMATIC INJURY Chih Ying Chien, MD
    4 PATIENTS LOST-TO-FOLLOW-UP AFTER INJURY: WHO ARE THEY AND WHAT ARE THEIR LONG-TERM OUTCOMES? Jack Ruske, BS
    5 RACIAL DISPARITIES IN ADMINISTRATION OF VTE PROPHYLAXIS AND VENOUS THROMBOEMBOLIC EVENTS: A TQIP ANALYSIS James Zebley, MD
    6 RACIAL VARIATION IN EMERGENT SURGICAL CARE AND OUTCOMES DURING THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC: POST-HOC ANALYSIS OF AN EAST MCT Nolan Winicki, BS
    7 SOCIAL AND RACIAL DISPARITY IMPACTS VICTIMS OF PHYSICAL ABUSE AMONGST TRAUMA PATIENTS IN THE UNITED STATES Bardiya Zangbar, MD
    8 THE EXCLUSIVITY OF RACE AND ETHNICITY IN HISPANIC TRAUMA PATIENTS Stephanie De Mel, BS
    9 UNRECOGNIZED BURDEN OF TRAUMATIC INJURIES RELATED TO HOUSING INSECURITY: A PATIENT LEVEL SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF HEALTH STUDY Joshua Sznol, MD
    10 GENDER DISTRIBUTION OF FIRST AND SENIOR AUTHORSHIP ACROSS MOST CITED STUDIES WITHIN THE TOP TEN SURGICAL JOURNALS FROM 2015-2020: CEMENTING WOMEN ACADEMIC SURGERY REPRESENTATION Adel Elkbuli, MD, MPH, MBA
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    Group Seven: Injury Prevention and Pediatrics

    POSTER PROFESSORS: DAVID NOTRICA, MD; BARBARA GAINES, MD

    Presenters
    1 A MULTICENTER TRIAL OF ACCESS TO REHABILITATIVE CARE FOR ADOLESCENT PATIENTS WITH NEUROTRAUMA Susan Biffl, MD
    2 AMPLIFYING VOICES: PATIENT PERSPECTIVES ON SUCCESSFUL ELEMENTS OF A HOSPITAL VIOLENCE INTERVENTION PROGRAM Quintin Myers, PhD
    3 CONTRAST EXTRAVASATION AS A RISK FACTOR FOR MASSIVE TRANSFUSION IN PEDIATRIC BLUNT LIVER AND SPLEEN INJURY: MULTICENTER RETROSPECTIVE STUDY IN JAPAN Morihiro Katsura, MD, MPH
    4 DETERMINING THE RISK OF SERIOUS VIOLENT INJURY IN ADOLESCENTS: DIFFERING RISK, SIMILAR OUTCOME? Michael Carver
    5 MENTAL HEALTH DISORDERS AND DRUG USE INCREASE EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT RETURN VISITS AFTER TRAUMATIC INJURY Jonathan Thomas
    6 MISSED OPPORTUNITIES: SUBSTANCE USE IN ADOLESCENT TRAUMA PATIENTS Rachael Essig, MD
    7 NATIONWIDE ANALYSIS OF BIOMECHANICS OF MOTOR VEHICLE COLLISIONS INVOLVING PASSENGER VEHICLES AND ASSOCIATED OUTCOMES: TOWARDS IMPROVING VEHICLE SAFETY STANDARDS AND REGULATIONS Adel Elkbuli, MD, MPH, MBA
    8 SCHOOL CLOSURE POLICIES CORRELATE WITH ADOLESCENT FIREARM INJURY DURING COVID-19 John Bliton, MD
    9 TRENDS IN MASS SHOOTINGS IN THE UNITED STATES (US): AN AMERICAN EPIDEMIC WITHIN THE PANDEMIC Megan Donnelly, BS

    Thursday, September 22, 2022 12:00-1:00 PM CST

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    Group Eight: Neurological Trauma

    POSTER PROFESSORS: CHARLES ADAMS JR. , MD; CAROLINE PARK, MD

    Presenters
    1 AMANTADINE USE IN ACUTE TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY: A PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS OF THE CONSCIOUS STUDY Brett Tracy, MD
    2 BODY MASS INDEX AND PHARMACOLOGIC VENOUS THROMBOEMBOLISM PROPHYLAXIS IN SEVERE TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY Dina Filiberto, MD
    3 BRAIN INJURY GUIDELINE CLASSIFICATION AS A DECISION TOOL FOR ANTICOAGULATION REVERSAL IN TBI Benedict Capacio, MD
    4 COMORBIDITIES AND HEMORRHAGE CHARACTERISTICS PREDICTING MORTALITY IN ADULT PATIENTS WITH MILD TRAUMATIC INTRACRANIAL HEMORRHAGE Jeffrey Brown, BS
    5 EFFECT OF MARIJUANA (THC) ON PATIENT OUTCOMES WITH TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY Sara Hajizadeh Barfjani, MD
    6 KEY CT FINDINGS FOR TRAUMA SURGEONS TO RAPIDLY PREDICT EARLY NEED FOR NEUROSURGICAL INTERVENTION OR DEATH FROM TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY Soroosh Noorbakhsh, MD
    7 PREHOSPITAL VITAL SIGNS FOR USE AS PREDICTORS OF ORGAN DONATION POTENTIAL AFTER GUNSHOT WOUNDS TO THE HEAD Kristen Nordham, BA
    8 THE IMPACT OF HEALTH CARE INSURANCE ON OUTCOMES FOLLOWING TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY Kevin Galicia, MD, MA
    9 USE OF NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR HEALTH AND CARE EXCELLENCE (NICE) HEAD INJURY GUIDELINES AMONG PATIENTS WITH DELAYED PRESENTATION AFTER HEAD TRAUMA CAN LEAD TO MISSED TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY Amir Sohail, MD, MSc
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    Group Nine: Organ-based Trauma I

    POSTER PROFESSORS: NICOLE STASSEN, MD; DENNIS KIM, MD

    Presenters
    1 ARTERIAL ACCESS COMPLICATIONS FOLLOWING PERCUTANEOUS FEMORAL ACCESS FOR REBOA IN 24 HOUR SURVIVORS Rebecca Treffalls, BS
    2 ASSESSING ENDOVASCULAR CANDIDACY IN SUBCLAVIAN AND AXILLARY ARTERY TRAUMA: 11-YEAR ANALYSIS OF OPEN AND ENDOVASCULAR AXILLOSUBCLAVIAN INTERVENTIONS AT A LEVEL-1 TRAUMA CENTER Sundeep Guliani, MD
    3 CONCOMITANT CLAVICLE FRACTURE IN THE RIB FRACTURE PATIENT: SHOULD WE BE FIXING MORE? Brian Chen, MD
    4 EARLY RESOLUTION OF DEEP VENOUS THROMBOSIS: ARE WE OVER-TREATING? William Marshall, MD
    5 INFLUENCE OF VENOUS SHUNTING ON LIMB OUTCOMES IN MILITARY LOWER EXTREMITY COMBINED ARTERIAL AND VENOUS INJURIES Lisa Choe, MD
    6 META-ANALYSIS OF SURGICAL FIXATION EFFECTIVENESS FOR MULTIPLE DISPLACED RIB FRACTURES Chantal Holy, MSc, PhD
    7 QUALITY OVER QUANTITY; THE IMPACT OF FUNCTIONAL STATUS ON OUTCOMES OF RIB FRACTURES IN THE ELDERLY Natalie Reed, MD
    8 SURGICAL STABILIZATION OF RIB FRACTURES: NATIONWIDE TRENDS IN TIMING, OUTCOMES AND EQUITY Haley Etskovitz
    9 THE CHARACTERISTICS AND RESULTS OF ENDOVASCULAR DEVICES IN TRAUMA (CREDIT) STUDY: MULTI-INSTITUTIONAL RESULTS Leah Lucero, MD
    10 DOES IMPLEMENTATION OF A STANDARDIZED BLUNT THORACIC TRAUMA SCORE LEAD TO IMPROVED OUTCOMES? Yesha Maniar, MD
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    Group Ten: Organ-based Trauma II

    POSTER PROFESSORS: TEJAL BRAHMBHATT, MD; MICHEL ABOUTANOS, MD

    Presenters
    1 ANTIPLATELET AND ANTICOAGULATION STRATEGIES AFTER FEMORAL ARTERY REPAIR FOLLOWING TRAUMA: PRACTICE PATTERNS AND RESULTS Jessica Efird, MD
    2 AORTIC OCCLUSION IN THE OPERATING ROOM: RESUSCITATIVE ENDOVASCULAR BALLOON OCCLUSION OF THE AORTA (REBOA) VS. OPEN AORTIC CLAMPING Jason Hutzler, MD
    3 EARLY FIXATION OF PELVIC FRACTURE IMPROVES LENGTH OF STAY BUT NOT FUNCTIONAL OUTCOMES Peter Nguyen
    4 ENOXAPARIN PRIOR TO FEMUR SURGERY DOES NOT AFFECT BLEEDING: A MULTICENTER PRAGMATIC PILOT STUDY Mark Lieser, MD
    5 ERECTOR SPINAE BLOCKS DECREASE EARLY OPIOID REQUIREMENTS IN NON-OPERATIVE RIB FRACTURE PATIENTS Stephanie Gray, MD
    6 IS CLINICAL EVALUATION OBSOLETE IN THE EVALUATION OF PENETRATING THORACIC TRAUMA IN THE ERA OF IMAGING? Isabella Caicedo, MD, FACS
    7 NONOPERATIVE MANAGEMENT OF TRAUMATIC HEMOPERICARDIUM IN PENETRATING PRECORDIAL TRAUMA Carlos Gallego
    8 SPINE IMMOBILIZATION LIMITS MAXIMUM INSPIRATORY EFFORT John Murfee, MD
    9 SURGICAL RIB FIXATION IN OBESE PATIENTS WITH ISOLATED FLAIL CHEST IMPROVES OUTCOMES: A MATCHED COHORT STUDY Joshua Dilday, DO
    10 ULTRA-PORTABLE ULTRASOUND FOR INPATIENT MANAGEMENT OF CHEST TUBES IN TRAUMA: A PROSPECTIVE FEASIBILITY TRIAL (UPUS) Courtney Pokrzywa, MD
    11 EPIDURAL ANALGESIA IN PATIENTS WITH ISOLATED RIB FRACTURES THE 24-HOUR EFFECT ON PAIN AND PULMONARY FUNCTION Anna Meader, MD
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    Group Eleven: Shock/Transfusions I

    POSTER PROFESSORS: JASMEET PAUL , MD; JOSEPH GALANTE, MD, MBA

    Presenters
    1 A MICROFLUIDIC STUDY ON THE INTERPLAY OF RED BLOOD CELL (RBC) STORAGE DURATION AND INFLAMMATORY STIMULI Ally Karadjoff, MD
    2 A PROSPECTIVE EVALUATION OF PLATELET MITOCHONDRIAL BIOENERGETICS IN A BLUNT TRAUMA COHORT Amudan Srinivasan, MD
    3 EFFECTS OF HYPOCALCEMIA ON HEMORRHAGIC SHOCK IN SEVERELY INJURED TRAUMA PATIENTS Angelo Ciaraglia, MD
    4 EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT REBOA TO STABILIZE PATIENTS FOR CT SCAN PRIOR TO DEFINITIVE HEMORRHAGE CONTROL: AN EMERGING PRACTICE Mary Bokenkamp, MD
    5 FLUID RESUSCITATION IN BURN PATIENTS: A RETROSPECTIVE ANALYSIS ON METHAMPHETAMINE'S ROLE IN PLASMA EXTRAVASATION Roald Credo, MS
    6 OUTCOMES AND SURVIVABILITY IN ADULT TRAUMA PATIENTS UNDERGOING ULTRA-MASSIVE TRANSFUSION Courtney Meyer, MD
    7 OUTCOMES OF PATIENTS ENROLLED IN THE PROPPR TRIAL ON BASIS OF GESTALT AND ABC SCORE Emily Baird, MD
    8 PREHOSPITAL PREDICTORS OF MASSIVE TRANSFUSION PROTOCOL AMONG TRAUMA PATIENTS TRANSPORTED FROM THE SCENE VIA FLIGHT EMS Kristin Salottolo, MD
    9 REBOA AFTER PENETRATING INTRATHORACIC INJURY: AN AORTA REGISTRY ANALYSIS Jacob Broome, MS
    10 SONORHEOMETRY VERSUS ROTATIONAL THROMBOELASTOMETRY IN TRAUMA Andrea Rossetto, MD
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    Group Twelve: Shock/Transfusions II

    POSTER PROFESSORS: JOSEPH RAPPOLD, MD; A. PETER EKEH, MD

    Presenters
    1 A DECREASE IN PLATELET COUNT IS ASSOCIATED WITH INCREASED MORTALITY IN HEMORRHAGIC SHOCK Robin Wright, MD
    2 BALANCED RESUSCITATION AND EARLIER MORTALITY ENDPOINTS: A BAYESIAN POST-HOC ANALYSIS OF THE PROPPR TRIAL Danny Lammers, MD
    3 DOES AN EARLY, BALANCED RESUSCITATION STRATEGY REDUCE THE NEED FOR CRYOPRECIPITATE TRANSFUSION IN HEMORRHAGIC SHOCK? Krislynn Mueck, MD, MPH, MS
    4 EARLIER VASOPRESSOR REQUIREMENT AMONG HYPOTENSIVE TRAUMA PATIENTS IS INDEPENDENTLY ASSOCIATED WITH POOR OUTCOMES Tanya Anand, MD, MPH
    5 END-TIDAL CO2 AS AN INDICATOR FOR RESUSCITATIVE THORACOTOMY Jill Streams, MD
    6 FRESH FROZEN PLASMA AND PLATELETS IS ASSOCIATED WITH BETTER OUTCOMES EVEN IN TRAUMA PATIENTS REQUIRING SUB-MASSIVE TRANSFUSION Bardiya Zangbar, MD
    7 HIGHER DOSES OF CALCIUM ARE CORRELATED WITH IMPROVED COAGULOPATHY 24-HOURS AFTER INJURY IN TRAUMA PATIENTS RECEIVING MASSIVE TRANSFUSION. Dillon Wade, MD
    8 HOPE IN TRAUMA: A SINGLE INSTITUTION'S EXTERNAL VALIDATION OF THE HYPOTHERMIA OUTCOME PREDICTION AFTER EXTRACORPOREAL LIFE SUPPORT (HOPE) SCORE FOR HYPOTHERMIC CARDIAC ARREST AND A CALL FOR RE-CONSIDERATION IN TRAUMA PATIENTS Julia Coleman, MD, MPH
    9 MACHINE LEARNING TO AID DECISION MAKING IN PATIENTS WHO MAY BENEFIT FROM PREHOSPITAL TRANEXAMIC ACID Jared Wohlgemut, MBChB, MSc
    10 HYPOCALCEMIA IN TRAUMA PATIENTS: UNDERDIAGNOSED AND UNDERTREATED WITH SEVERE CONSEQUENCES Derek Marlor, MD
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    Group Thirteen: Trauma Systems, Health Economics, and Epidemiology I

    POSTER PROFESSORS: AMY LIEPERT, MD; LILLIAN KAO, MD

    Presenters
    1 SAFER NEIGHBORHOODS? VIOLENT CRIME AND TRAUMA VOLUME PRE/POST TARGETED POLICE INTERVENTIONS Morgan Adkins, MD
    2 DOLLARS AND SENSE - THE CASE FOR DEDICATED POST-TRAUMA CENTER CARE Amy Gore, MD
    3 EVALUATION OF VENOUS THROMBOEMBOLISM PROPHYLAXIS PRESCRIBING PRACTICES AMONG TRAUMA CENTERS Kaitlin Alexander, PharmD
    4 HIGHER CENTER VOLUME IS SIGNIFICANTLY ASSOCIATED WITH IMPROVED MORTALITY IN TRAUMA PATIENTS WITH SHOCK Melissa Hornor, MD, MS
    5 IMPACT OF STATE OPIOID LAWS ON PRESCRIBING IN TRAUMA PATIENTS Julia Kelm, BS
    6 NATIONWIDE ANALYSIS OF PROXIMITY OF ACS-VERIFIED AND STATE-DESIGNATED TRAUMA CENTERS TO THE NEAREST HIGHWAY EXIT AND ASSOCIATED MVC-FATALITIES Adel Elkbuli, MD, MPH, MBA
    7 RECENT CHANGES IN PREHOSPITAL INTERVENTIONS IN TRAUMA PATIENTS ARE ASSOCIATED WITH DECREASED MORTALITY James Bradford, BS
    8 ROUTINE SCREENING RARELY ROUTINE: AN ASSESSMENT OF HOSPITAL VARIABILITY IN ALCOHOL AND DRUG SCREENING IN ADULT TRAUMA PATIENTS Casey Silver, MD
    9 STOP THE BLEED - NOW WAIT FOR EMS OR GET IN THE CAR AND DRIVE? A SECONDARY ANALYSIS OF AN EAST MCT John Simpson, MD
    10 VARIATION IN NON-ADMINISTRATION OF PHARMACOLOGIC VENOUS THROMBOEMBOLISM PROPHYLAXIS IN CLOTT-1 Mujan Varasteh Kia, MPH
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    Group Fourteen: Trauma Systems, Health Economics, and Epidemiology 2

    POSTER PROFESSORS: NAVPREET DHILLON, MD; MAYUR PATEL , MD, MPH

    Presenters
    1 A LONGER VIEW: PREDICTING THE HIDDEN MORTALITY OF TRAUMA PATIENTS AFTER DISCHARGE Emily Weinstein, BS
    2 ARE CRITICALLY INJURED PATIENTS WITH INSURANCE BEING TRANSPORTED TO NON-TRAUMA CENTERS? Natalie Escobar, BS
    3 CHALLENGING DOGMA: IS UNPLANNED ICU ADMISSION IN TRAUMA A FLAWED QUALITY INDICATOR? Zongyang Mou, MD
    4 DEDICATED ACUTE CARE SURGERY OPERATING ROOM: THE HALO EFFECT OF COVID Ashly Ruf, MD
    5 ERRORS OF OMISSION IN INTERFACILITY TRAUMA TRANSFER COMMUNICATIONS: USE OF A CHECKLIST Anthony Lim, MD
    6 MIND THE GAP: RESIDENCY CASE VOLUMES, PROPOSED FELLOWSHIP REQUIREMENTS, AND THE REALITY OF OPERATIVE BURN SURGERY Laura Johnson, MD
    7 NIL PER OS IN PATIENTS WITH PROTECTED AIRWAYS: AN UNNECESSARY PRECAUTION? Amber Himmler, MD
    8 PREHOSPITAL KETAMINE ADMINISTRATION FOR TRAUMA PATIENTS RESULTS IN MORE ED INTUBATIONS Nicholas Taylor, MD
    9 SURGICAL CRITICAL CARE: IS WORK LIFE EXPECTANCY INCREASING? AN ANALYSIS OF AMERICAN BOARD OF SURGERY RECERTIFICATION RATES ACROSS SUBSPECIALTIES Erika Brigmon, MD
    10 ONGOING TRANSFUSION MEDICINE FEEDBACK IS ASSOCIATED WITH IMPROVED PLASMA DEFICIT IN INITIAL RESUSCITATION OF HEMORRHAGIC SHOCK Sarah Moore, MD

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