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Meet Dr. Camilo Correa, trauma chief resident at Eskenazi Health! http://on.fb.me/1plPA6D  Each week on #TraumaTuesday, we’d like to introduce you to staff members, physicians and residents in the Smith Level I Shock Trauma Center at Eskenazi Health. Each member of the team is a vital part of the trauma process and has his or her own unique story. Come back each week to see more faces of our specialized trauma team!

Meet Dr. Camilo Correa, trauma chief resident at Eskenazi Health! http://on.fb.me/1plPA6D Each week on #TraumaTuesday, we’d like to introduce you to staff members, physicians and residents in the Smith Level I Shock Trauma Center at Eskenazi Health. Each member of the team is a vital part of the trauma process and has his or her own unique story. Come back each week to see more faces of our specialized trauma team!

It's #TraumaTuesday! The team in the Smith Level I Shock Trauma Center at Eskenazi Health captured this cool photo while receiving a patient on the Eskenazi Health Heliport yesterday evening.

It's The team in the Smith Level I Shock Trauma Center at Eskenazi Health captured this cool photo while receiving a patient on the Eskenazi Health Heliport yesterday evening.

‪#‎PathofaTraumaPatient‬: The anteroposterior (AP) chest radiograph is the most common imaging study performed on trauma patients at the Smith Level I Shock Trauma Center at ‪#‎EskenaziHealth‬. These images can be obtained during the resuscitation phase while the patient is in the shock trauma room. Radiographic imaging provides vital diagnostic data that aids in the initial evaluation, and in the placement of chest and endotracheal tubes. #TraumaTuesday

‪#‎PathofaTraumaPatient‬: The anteroposterior (AP) chest radiograph is the most common imaging study performed on trauma patients at the Smith Level I Shock Trauma Center at ‪#‎EskenaziHealth‬. These images can be obtained during the resuscitation phase while the patient is in the shock trauma room. Radiographic imaging provides vital diagnostic data that aids in the initial evaluation, and in the placement of chest and endotracheal tubes. #TraumaTuesday

Meet staff nurse Paul Green! http://on.fb.me/1rMFDXH   Each week on #TraumaTuesday, we’d like to introduce you to staff members, physicians and residents in the Smith Level I Shock Trauma Center at Eskenazi Health. Each member of the team is a vital part of the trauma process and has his or her own unique story. Come back each week to see more faces of our specialized trauma team!

Meet staff nurse Paul Green! http://on.fb.me/1rMFDXH Each week on #TraumaTuesday, we’d like to introduce you to staff members, physicians and residents in the Smith Level I Shock Trauma Center at Eskenazi Health. Each member of the team is a vital part of the trauma process and has his or her own unique story. Come back each week to see more faces of our specialized trauma team!

Meet Lisa Hastings, a case manager in the Smith Level I Shock Trauma Center at Eskenazi Health. "I enjoy working with the diverse population that we care for. I enjoy helping the folks that need the help the most and feeling like I make a difference, even though I’m not providing direct, hands-on care as a nurse anymore. Being the patient’s partner through their journey is very rewarding." #TraumaTuesday

This we’re celebrating National Case Management Week! Lisa Hastings has been a case manager in the Smith Level.

Meet Katie Stanton-Maxey, M.D., FACS, another member of the team in the Smith Level I Shock Trauma Center at Eskenazi Health on this #TraumaTuesday!  http://on.fb.me/1BK0igl

Meet Katie Stanton-Maxey, M.D., FACS, another member of the team in the Smith Level I Shock Trauma Center at Eskenazi Health on this #TraumaTuesday! http://on.fb.me/1BK0igl

It’s #TraumaTuesday! Over the weekend, the Smith Level I Shock Trauma Center at Eskenazi Health provided helmets to some lucky kids who won new bicycles at Eskenazi Health Center Community Day at Eskenazi Health Center Forest Manor.  Practicing simple safety precautions while riding your bicycle can reduce your risk for injury. It is estimated that wearing a helmet can decrease the risk of severe brain injury from a bike accident by 88 percent. Buckle one on before your next ride this fall!

It’s #TraumaTuesday! Over the weekend, the Smith Level I Shock Trauma Center at Eskenazi Health provided helmets to some lucky kids who won new bicycles at Eskenazi Health Center Community Day at Eskenazi Health Center Forest Manor. Practicing simple safety precautions while riding your bicycle can reduce your risk for injury. It is estimated that wearing a helmet can decrease the risk of severe brain injury from a bike accident by 88 percent. Buckle one on before your next ride this fall!

Trauma Tuesday: When a patient is brought to the Smith Level I Shock Trauma Center at ‪‎Eskenazi Health‬, via ambulance or helicopter, their vitals have been taken during the transport from the injury site to the trauma center, and the administration of medications and/or procedures have been conducted to stabilize the patient. The shock room staff is notified of the incoming patient and their condition through a trauma alert and they begin to prepare for the patient’s arrival.

Trauma Tuesday: When a patient is brought to the Smith Level I Shock Trauma Center at ‪‎Eskenazi Health‬, via ambulance or helicopter, their vitals have been taken during the transport from the injury site to the trauma center, and the administration of medications and/or procedures have been conducted to stabilize the patient. The shock room staff is notified of the incoming patient and their condition through a trauma alert and they begin to prepare for the patient’s arrival.

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