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Question: Trauma

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A new edition of ATLS (10th edition) was recently released. Which of the following is not a recommendation of the 10thedition of ATLS regarding the trauma patient in shock?

Which is NOT a recommendation in 10th ed. ATLS?
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pemsou5_wp • December 4, 2018


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  1. Kelly December 5, 2018 - 12:05 am Reply

    B) Pediatric patients requiring emergent chest needle decompression should undergo the procedure in the 4th-5th intercostal space, anterior-mid axillary line
    A summary of 10th edition ATLS recommendations can be found at http://bulletin.facs.org/2018/06/atls-10th-edition-offers-new-insights-into-managing-trauma-patients/ While it is now recommended that emergent needle chest decompression be done in the 4th-5th intercostal space, mid-axillary line for adults, in children this procedure is still recommended to be done in the 2nd intercostal space, anterior mid-clavicular line. C and D are also recommended in the 10th edition of ATLS.

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