Brian G. Cornelius

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Trauma is a leading cause of mortality for pediatric patients worldwide. An increase in pediatric trauma cases occurs during summer because of a change in schedule and an increased risk with recreational activities. This case report presents the anesthetic care and management of a 15-year-old female who was involved in a high-speed rollover motor vehicle(More)
Air medical transport of high-risk obstetric and postpartum patients accounts for a low number of flights nationwide. Although reflecting a low percentage, they pose potential for increased challenge because of high acuity and increased liability. High-risk obstetrical flight crew education is typically focused on care of the gestational mother and newborn(More)
Emergency medical personnel were summoned to the home of a 47-year-old male with altered mental status. Upon arrival in the emergency department he was increasingly agitated and unable to provide a medical history. Because a dialysis fistula was found on his left forearm, a history of end stage renal disease (ESRD) was presumed. A home health worker arrived(More)
Traumatic bladder laceration commonly occurs because of blunt trauma with associated pelvic fracture. The incidence of bladder laceration without pelvic fracture is less than 10%. Although high mortality (44%) existed in the past, a timely diagnosis with appropriate medical and surgical management now offers an excellent outcome. Early clinical suspicion,(More)
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