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Chapter 5

Resuscitation Resequenced

Andrew Petrosoniak, MD and Rob Orman, MD
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Trauma team leader Andrew Petrosoniak explains why when providers rigidly follow ATLS, patients may suffer.

 

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Avirvari S., 098682 -

Hello! Loved this podcast, really clarified for me some questions I had about ATLS logic.
How do you calculate the shock index in a patient with atrial fibrillation (persistent or with unknown onset)?

Rob O. -

Here is the reply from Andrew....

Great question. Shock index, as far as I know, is really only studied in pts in sinus rhythm so I’d say it shouldn’t be used. Other indices of perfusion/shock would need to be used.

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