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Prof. Dr. Gilles Orliaguet
Prof. Dr. Gilles Orliaguet
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After viewing this presentation the participant will be able to:
- Understand the rationale of damage control resuscitation
- Know the subsets of patients who may benefit from this strategy
- Know the protocol to follow starting from the prehospital phase
- Be able to manage paediatric trauma patients with damage control
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