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Triage and transfer of trauma patients
  • Factors associated with transfer to Level 1 trauma center
    • African-American race
    • presence of medical comorbidity
    • medicaid insurance
    • male gender

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Questions (7)

(SBQ18TR.7) A 37-year-old male presents overnight to your busy trauma hospital after sustaining a gunshot wound to the right forearm. He is neurovascularly intact. Given the bony defect, you decide to proceed with a two-stage Masquelet technique for reconstruction. Which of the following is true with respect to this surgical technique? Tested Concept

QID: 211177
FIGURES:
1

It is an acceptable method for management of large articular bony defects

8%

(102/1335)

2

Iliac crest bone graft (ICBG) has been shown to be superior to reamer irrigator aspirator (RIA) bone grafting

7%

(88/1335)

3

The ideal timing of stage 2 reconstruction is 8 weeks after stage 1

33%

(434/1335)

4

The induced membrane prevents the resorption of the bone graft placed during stage 2

50%

(667/1335)

5

Antibiotics should not be included in the cement spacer due to disruption of pseudomembrane formation

2%

(30/1335)

L 4 A

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(OBQ10.244) All of the following are factors associated with transfer of patients to Level 1 trauma centers EXCEPT: Tested Concept

QID: 3343
1

Male

6%

(78/1380)

2

Medicaid insurance

16%

(218/1380)

3

Injury severity score of 36

4%

(52/1380)

4

Caucasian race

72%

(1000/1380)

5

One or more comorbidity

1%

(18/1380)

L 2 D

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