Dr. David King (trauma and acute care surgeon at Massachusetts General Hospital, Associate Professor of Surgery at Harvard Medical School, and Lieutenant Colonel in the US Army) discusses:
– What combat surgery in an austere environment can look like.
– How his experiences in combat and stateside have driven research efforts to develop novel ways to attack massive hemorrhage, such as with ResQFoam.
– How the Boston Marathon bombing showed him that we don’t need to convince good people to act and do good things.
– Thoughts on the applicability and limitations of REBOA.
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