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Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Lecture Series


Adult Multisystem Trauma: Unstable Pelvic Fractures, Hemorrhagic Shock and Infrarenal Aortic Cross-Clamping in the ED

Please join us for Denver Health’s next Stories from the Street: Level I Trauma Lecture for EMS on Wednesday, October 22 from 12- 1 PM in the Rita Bass Auditorium. Dr. Ernest E. “Gene” Moore, will be presenting an adult multisystem trauma case with Platte Valley Ambulance Service and AirLife Denver. Complex pelvic fracture, open skull fracture, c-spine fracture with step-off, and hemorrhagic shock management will be discussed, including Massive Transfusion and TXA Protocol.. 

Presented by 

Ernest E. "Gene" Moore, MD, Director of Surgical Research, Denver Health and Editor, Journal of Trauma & Acute Care Surgery

Platte Valley Ambulance Service

AirLife Denver

Moderated By

Christopher B. Colwell, MD, Chief of Emergency Medicine, Denver Health

October 22, 2014| Noon to 1p.m. 
Available in person or via webinar


About Stories from The Street

As the region's leader in trauma and emergency care, Denver Health's Rocky Mountain Level I Trauma Center is committed to providing unique and relevant education for prehospital care providers.

We are pleased to host the monthly education trauma/EMS education lecture series developed specifically for EMTs, Paramedics, and Critical Care Paramedics: Stories from The Street - Level I Trauma Lecture Series for EMS.

Our lectures present collaborative, multidisciplinary case reviews, beginning with the attending EMT or paramedic discussing scene and prehospital care, followed by a Denver Health physician who discusses the patient's hospital course and outcomes. The physician also offers prehospital tips and guidance specific to the injuries discussed in the case.

Topics and case studies are selected from throughout the region to include patients transported directly by any EMS agency to Denver Health and patients who received prehospital and hospital care and were transferred to Denver Health from outside the metro area. Both adult and pediatric cases will be reviewed.

Lectures are free and open to all prehospital providers to attend in person or view as a webinar. They are held the second Tuesday each month from 12 pm - 1 pm at the Rita Bass Trauma and EMS Education Institute Auditorium. EMS continuing education hours provided.

Please register to view Archived Lectures.

Patient Follow Up Contact

Kent Collins, EMT-P, RN, BS
Adult Trauma Program Coordinator

(303) 602-2526

Megan Strawhacker, RN, BSN, CPEN

Pediatric Trauma Program Coordinator

(303) 602-6262