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Dr. David Feliciano discusses the management of duodenal trauma, explains why drains aren't as necessary as you might think, and reveals his love for The Village People and I'm not...

Dr. Jonny Morrison discusses the advent of endovascular trauma surgery, what's worn under a kilt, and what "bawbag" means in Glasgow.

The Boss himself discusses the management of liver trauma, including the value of a big, curved needle, the MARS system, and the problem of naked, homeless testudines. Interview co...

Dr. Feliciano is back to discuss management of complex vascular trauma and his real love, powerboating.

Coronavirus isn't the only medical issue in the world, but it's become the context for everything else, including trauma. Dr. DuBose talks with Sheldon Teperman of Jacobi Medical C...

Dr. DuBose speaks with yet another giant in the field, Demetrios Demetriades of Keck USC School of Medicine, discussing the management of colonic injuries before ending with the Πν...

Dr. Feliciano discusses fasciotomy, a procedure whose technical simplicity belies the complexity of the associated pathophysiology and indications. Closing out the discussion, Dr. ...

Dr. DuBose discusses splenic injury with Dr. Ben Zarzaur of the University of Wisconsin and the challenge of both operative and nonoperative management. Finishing the episode, Joe ...

Dr. Scalea returns with an oral history of a topic near and dear to the hearts of Dr. DuBose and my own good self: endovascular trauma surgery. Also included are a surprising revel...

The tables turn as I, your humble servant, interview Col. Joseph DuBose on the subject of chest tubes, a topic that, like the Mandelbrot set, grows increasingly complex as one exam...

Podcast celebrity and emergency medicine physician Scott Weingart (EMCrit, Chief of Emergency Critical Care, SUNY Stonybrook) and EM critical care fellow William Teeter join Dr. Du...

Dr. DuBose discusses blunt thoracic aortic injury with Dr. Pedro Texeira, a trauma and vascular surgeon on faculty at UT-Austin's Dell Seton Medical Center. After covering the dete...

Dr. DuBose explores rectal injuries with Dr. Carlos V. R. Brown of UT-Austin's Dell Seton Medical Center. Not once does the phrase "damn near killed 'em" come up, but they do close...

Dr. DuBose interviews your humble servant (me) about DVT, PE and IVC filters in the trauma patient. This is, to nobody's surprise, the best episode yet. We finish by talking about ...

In this episode, Dr. DuBose talks about the occasionally fraught, always essential relationship between the trauma surgeon and the trauma nurse from both perspectives.

The eye, as we all know, is a squishy bag filled with magic. I discuss ophthalmic injuries with ocular expert Dr. Bennie Jeng and eventually finds the tables turned when Jeng asks ...

Dr. DuBose interviews current Shock Trauma surgical critical care fellow, Navy veteran and pediatric surgeon Dr. Howard Pryor. The relatively unaccomplished Dr. Pryor discusses the...

In this episode, Dr. DuBose talks about facial trauma and how the trauma surgeon can be a good friend and partner to the plastic surgeon taking care of injured patients bearing bon...

For a single organ, the esophagus lends a disproportionate degree of complexity to management of the injured patient. Dr. DuBose finds clarity in a discussion with Dr. Feliciano, s...

DuBose and Dr. Ravi Rajani, Chief of Vascular and Endovascular Surgery at Atlanta's Grady Memorial Hospital and Associate Professor at Emory University, discuss the approach to the...

Dr. DuBose talks with Mss. Eaton, Lidard and Miller about nurse practitioners, their place in trauma care, and how, together with attendings and residents, NPs and advanced practic...

We're back! At the helm is Miloš Buhavac of Texas Tech, the infamous Joe DuBose of the University of Texas, and Rishi Kundi from the Shock Trauma Center, who is here mostly because...

Appropriate for Spooky Season, this episode focuses on brains...braaaaains...BRAAAAAAINS. Dubose, Buhavac and I talk with the one and only Deb Stein, the President of the Eastern A...

In this episode, Milos, DuBose, and I discuss a fascinating topic, Professionalism, with David Spain, MD. Dr. Spain is the David L. Gregg, MD Professor and Chief of Acute Care Surg...

In this episode of Tiger Country, we talk to Dr. Ram Nirula, the Dr. D. Rees and Eleanor T. Jensen Presidential Endowed Chair in Surgery at the University of Utah, and we discuss r...

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