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  • Mini Oral Session V Webinar

    Moderators: Daithi S. Heffernan, MD, AFRCSI and Elizabeth Fox, MD

    1. Chemical Dependency Evaluation During ICU Admissionis Associated with Decreased 1 year Mortality. Kristin Colling
    2. Early Tracheostomy Decreases Ventilator Associated Pneumoniain Geriatric Trauma Patients with Rib Fractures. Christina X Zhang
    3. Comparing Critical Care and Infectious Disease Specialties Using Open Payments Data. Joshua Parreco
    4. Epidemiology, Outcomes, and the Spectrum of Necrotizing Soft Tissue Infections in Hospitalized Patients. Tessa Zangara
    5. Factors associated with development of pneumonia inpatients with acute traumatic spinal cord injury. Meghan Hovell
    6. Mortality and Discharge disposition: Characterizing the burden of NSTI in the United States. Adara McCarty
    7. Traumatic Brain Injury with Facial Fractures, an Added Risk for Ventilator Associated Pneumonia. Rohit Rasane
    8. Modern Pathogenesis of Necrotizing Soft Tissue Infections.Kathryn Schubauer
    9. Necrotizing Fasciitis Debridement Prior to Transfer to a Tertiary Center Does NOT Prevent Mortality or Improve Outcomes. Stephen Gondek
    10. Patterns of Use and Factors Associated with Sustained Prescription Opioid Use After Necrotizing Soft Tissue Infections. Manuel Castillo-Angeles
    11. Time to Look for Another Infectious Source? White Blood Cell Trends During Ventilator Associated Pneumonia. Nicole Werner
    12. Cervical collar placement among TBI and cervical injury patients does not increase incidence of pneumonia. Jeffrey Gordon