Diagnosis and deployment of a self-expanding foam for abdominal exsanguination: Translational questions for human use.

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BACKGROUND We have previously described the hemostatic efficacy of a self-expanding polyurethane foam in lethal venous and arterial hemorrhage models. A number of critical translational questions remain, including prehospital diagnosis of hemorrhage, use with diaphragmatic injury, effects on spontaneous respiration, the role of omentum, and presence of a… (More)
DOI: 10.1097/TA.0000000000000558

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