Lanny F Littlejohn
Affiliation: Naval Medical Center
- Comparison of Celox-A, ChitoFlex, WoundStat, and combat gauze hemostatic agents versus standard gauze dressing in control of hemorrhage in a swine model of penetrating traumaLanny F Littlejohn
Department of Emergency Medicine, Naval Medical Center, Portsmouth, VA, USA
Acad Emerg Med 18:340-50. 2011..This study compared several hemostatic agents in a lethal penetrating groin wound model where the bleeding site could not be visualized...
- Comparison of ChitoFlex®, CELOX™, and QuikClot® in control of hemorrhageJohn J Devlin
Department of Emergency Medicine, Naval Medical Center, Portsmouth, Virginia 23708, USA
J Emerg Med 41:237-45. 2011..Anecdotal reports suggest that these agents are less useful on small entrance, linear-tract injuries. ChitoFlex® (HemCon Medical Technologies, Inc., Portland, OR) has been introduced but is untested...
- Terlipressin with limited fluid resuscitation in a swine model of hemorrhageJohn J Devlin
Department of Emergency Medicine, Naval Medical Center Portsmouth, Portsmouth, Virginia, USA
J Emerg Med 45:78-85. 2013..Recent studies have identified a potential advantage of vasopressin over catecholamines in traumatic shock. Terlipressin (TP) is a vasopressin analogue used to reverse certain shock etiologies in some European countries...
- Vented chest seals for prevention of tension pneumothorax in a communicating pneumothoraxJoseph G Kotora
Department of Emergency Medicine, Naval Medical Center Portsmouth, Portsmouth, Virginia
J Emerg Med 45:686-94. 2013..In such cases, the Committee on Tactical Combat Casualty Care advocates the use of unvented chest seals to prevent respiratory compromise...