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MICHAEL F. ROTONDO, MD, FACS
Professor & Chairman of Dept of Surgery
Chief of Surgery at PCMH
Director, Center of Excellence for Trauma and Surgical Critical Care

 

Address
Department of Surgery
Division of Trauma & Surgical Critical Care
The Brody School of Medicine
600 Moye Boulevard
Greenville, NC 27834
Phone: 252-847-5846
Fax: 252.847.8208
E-mail: rotondom@ecu.edu


Education

1974 - 1978 B.S. Georgetown University
Washington, DC
Chemistry

1978 - 1980 M.S. Georgetown University
School of Medicine
Cardiovascular Physiology

1980 - 1984 M. D. Georgetown University
School of Medicine


Postgraduate Training and Fellowship Appointments
1984 - 1989 Thomas Jefferson University Hospital
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
General Surgery Residency
(Chief Resident: 1988 - 1989)

1989 - 1990 Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Fellowship in Traumatology and Surgical Critical Care


Board Certifications
Diplomate: American Board of Surgery
November 1990
December 2000, Recertification

Special Certificate: Surgical Critical Care
October 1994
October 2005, Recertification


Medical Licensure

Pennsylvania
North Carolina


Certifications

Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS), Instructor (1992-2008)
Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS), Director (1994-2008)


Faculty Appointments
1990 - 1997 Assistant Professor of Surgery
  Division of Trauma and Surgical Critical Care
  University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine

1997 - 1999   Associate Professor of Surgery
  Division of Trauma and Surgical Critical Care
  University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine

1999 - 2003 Professor
  Vice Chair, Clinical Affairs
  Chief, Trauma and Surgical Critical Care  
  Department of Surgery
  The Brody School of Medicine at
  East Carolina University

2003 - 2005 Professor 
  Interim Chairman
  Chief, Trauma and Surgical Critical Care
  Department of Surgery
  The Brody School of Medicine at
  East Carolina University

2005 - 2007 Professor
  Chairman
  Chief, Trauma and Surgical Critical Care
  Department of Surgery
  The Brody School of Medicine at
  East Carolina University
 
2007 - Present Professor
  Chairman
  Department of Surgery
  The Brody School of Medicine at
  East Carolina University

Hospital Appointments
1990 - 1999 Attending Surgeon
  Division of Trauma and Surgical Critical Care
  University of Pennsylvania Medical Center

1993 - 1995 Associate Director of Trauma Services
  Division of Trauma and Surgical Critical Care
  University of Pennsylvania Medical Center

1995 - 1997 Chairman, Department of Traumatology
  Trauma Program Director
  Brandywine Hospital

1995 - 1999 Attending Surgeon
  Department of Traumatology
  Department of Surgery
  Brandywine Hospital
  
1995 - 1999 Vice Chief
  Division of Trauma and Surgical Critical Care
  University of Pennsylvania Medical Center

1997 - 1999 Trauma Program Director
  The Trauma Center at PENN
  Division of Trauma and Surgical Critical Care
  University of Pennsylvania Medical Center

1999 - 2007 Chief, Trauma and Surgical Critical Care
  Pitt County Memorial Hospital
  University Health Systems of Eastern Carolina

1999 - Present Director
  Center of Excellence for Trauma & Surgical Critical Care
  University Health Systems of Eastern Carolina

2003 - 2005 Interim Chief of Surgery
  Pitt County Memorial Hospital
  University Health Systems of Eastern Carolina

2005 - Present Chief of Surgery
  Pitt County Memorial Hospital
  University Health Systems of Eastern Carolina

ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS:  The University of Pennsylvania Medical Center
1993 - 1995     Respiratory Treatment Committee (Chair)
Respiratory Equipment Evaluation Committee
Trauma Program Directors Committee
Trauma/Emergency Department Core Group
Resident Rotation Coordinator, Division of Traumatology
Advanced Trauma Life Support Course Coordinator
Ethics Committee
Organ Donation Council
Medical Records Committee

1997 - 1999     Advanced Trauma Life Support Course Director
Trauma Center Development Team (Chair)
Critical Care/Trauma Ql Committee (Chair)
University of Pennsylvania Medical Center/Presbyterian Medical Center Quality
 Improvement Committee

ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS:  Brandywine Hospital
1995 - 1997 Trauma Directors Executive Board (Chair)
Trauma Administrative Committee
Emergency Department Initiatives Group
Medical Executive Committee
Joint Conference Committee
Critical Care Committee
Medical Staff Performance Improvement Committee
Operating Room Committee

ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS:  Pitt County Memorial Hospital
1999 - 2002     Trauma Center Development Team (Chair)

1999 - 2003     Clinical Planning Committee
Perioperative Management Committee
Critical Care Matrix Committee (Founding Chair, 1999-2003)

1999 - 2004     ED Subgroup Committee
Pediatric Subgroup Committee
Radiology Subgroup Committee
SICU Executive Committee
 
1999 - 2005     Clinical IT Strategies Committee
Utilization Management Committee
Multidisciplinary Performance Improvement Committee (Co-Chair)

1999 - Present     Chiefs of Service
EastCare Users Group
Eastern Carolina Injury Prevention Program Executive Committee
Hospital Quality Improvement Committee
Multidisciplinary PI Peer Review Committee (Chair, 1999 - 2004)
Operating Room Committee (Chair, 2003 - 2007)
Surgical Executive Committee (Chair, 2003 - present)
SurgiCenter Executive Committee
Trauma Center Executive Committee (Chair)
Trauma Research Committee (Chair, 1999 - 2002)

2000 - 2004     Airway Management Committee

2003 - 2006     Infection Control Committee

2004 - 2006     OR Value Analysis Committee

2004 – Present     Emergency Management Committee
Pitt County Memorial Hospital Medical Staff Executive Committee
 
2005 - Present     Department of Surgery Advisory Council (Chair)

2006 - Present     Quality Executive Committee (Founding Chairman)

ADMINISTRATIVE APPOINTMENTS:   The Brody School of Medicine
1
999 - 2003     Council of Chiefs Committee

1999 - Present     Surgical Administrative Meeting (Chair, 2003-present)
Surgical Education Committee

2001 - 2004     Quality Outcomes & Strategic Initiatives Committee
Promotion Committee, Dept of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation

2004 - Present     Brody School of Medicine Executive Committee
Cancer Center Board 
The Brody Council

2004 - 2005     Brody School of Medicine Finance Committee
Time and Effort Reporting Team

2004 - 2006     NC Cardiovascular Diseases Institute Planning Matrix Committee

2005 - 2006     Space Allocation/Reallocation Committee (SPARC)
Overhead Allocation Committee (Chair)

2005 - Present     M-4 Student Review & Promotion Committee

2006 - Present     Revenue Cycle Steering Committee
ECU Physicians Steering Committee
Joint Operations Committee

2007 –2009      ECU Physicians Practice Plan Board (Chair)

2009 – Present    ECU Physicians Practice Plan Board
Strategic Planning Committee (Chair)

2008 – Present     Joint Policy Committee (Chancellor’s Appointee)


EDUCATIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES: University of Pennsylvania 
1990 - 1999     Trauma & Surgical Critical Care Fellows Mentored:
Barbara Latenser, MD, 1990-1991
John M. Porter, MD, 1991-1992
Jody Christopher DiGiacomo, MD, 1991-1993
Carlos A. Barba, MD, 1992-1994
Gordon R. Phillips III, MD, 1992-1994
Patrick M. Reilly, MD, 1993-1995
Ronald F. Sing, DO, 1993-1995
Michael D. Grossman, MD, 1994-1996
Damian J. McMahon, MD, 1994-1996
Addison K. May, MD, 1995-1997
James F. Reilly, MD, 1995-1997
Michael Nance, MD, 1995-1996
Henry J. Schiller, MD, 1995-1997
Lori J. Morgan, MD, 1996-1997
Martin S. Keller, MD, 1996-1998
Donald H. Jenkins, MD, 1996-1998
Sun Yong Lee, MD, 1996-1998
Rajesh R. Gandhi, MD, 1997-1999
Rajan Gupta, MD, 1997-1999
Vincente H. Gracias, MD, 1997-1999
John T. Malcynski, MD, 1997-1999
Carla Braxton, MD, 1998-1999
Tarek Razek, MD, 1998-2000

1992 - 1995     Resident Rotation Coordinator
Division of Traumatology and Surgical Critical Care
University of Pennsylvania Medical Center

1994 - 1999     Surgical Critical Care Attending Rounds, 6-7 times/month
Trauma Attending Rounds, 6-7 times/month 
University of Pennsylvania
  
Course Instructor, Medical Student Surgery 200 and 300 Course
Shock Lecture, bi-annually
 
Course Administrator, Trauma Multidisciplinary Conference, weekly
 
Course Lecturer, Trauma Multidisciplinary Conference, yearly

Course Instructor, Rehabilitation Management Conference, weeklyCourse Director, Cardiothoracic Trauma Conference, 3 times/year

Course Director, Spine Neurotrauma Conference, 3 times/year   
Course Instructor, Basic Science Core Curriculum, annually
General Surgery Residents

Course Instructor, Surgical Critical Care Core Course
Trauma and Surgical Critical Care Fellows

Critical Care Nurse Practitioner Clinical Preceptor Program
Case Scenario Reviews - 6 times/year

Faculty Advisor
HUP Surgical Housestaff

Faculty Advisor
Department of Surgery Resident Lecture Series

Clinical Faculty Advisor
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
Anatomy Course

Supervisor
Work Study Research Student      
Todd Fruchterman
David Zonies

EDUCATIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES: The Brody School of Medicine
1999 – Present    Surgical Education Committee
Course Administrator, Trauma Multidisciplinary conference, weekly
Trauma & Surgical Critical Care Fellows Mentored:
Bernward Steinhorst, Trauma Orthopedic Fellow, 2001 - 2002

2000 - Present    Supervised Development of:
Resident Orientation Manual for Trauma & Surgical Critical Care
Surgical Resident Curriculum Manual – Trauma, Burns, and 
Surgical Critical Care
Surgical Resident Curriculum Manual – Fundamentals of
Surgical Education
Surgical Critical Care Fellowship Application  

2004   Created Division of Surgical Education, Department of Surgery
Created ACGME Accredited Fellowship for Surgical Critical Care
Established the Eastern Regional Trauma Symposium, Program Committee  Chairman
Developed Acute Care Surgery Curriculum for American Association for the Surgery of Trauma - Future of Trauma Surery Committee
                                        
2005 - 2008   Trauma & Surgical Critical Care Fellows Mentored:
Steven E. Briggs, MD, 2005 – 2006
Joel Goodwin, MD, 2007 – 2008


REGIONAL/NATIONAL APPOINTMENTS:
American Association for the Surgery of Trauma:
 Member, Injury Assessment and Outcomes Committee, 1999-2004
 Member, Future of Trauma Surgery Committee, 2003 - Present
 Vice Chair, Acute Care Surgery Committee, 2005 - Present
 Chair of ACS Curriculum Development Subcommittee, 2005 - Present

American College of Surgeons, Committee on Trauma
 Member, Subcommittee on Education, 2004 - Present
 Member, Ad Hoc Committee on Rural Trauma, 2004 - Present
Member, Operative Skills Committee, 2005 - Present
Chair, Trauma Systems Planning & Evaluations Committee, 2006 - Present
Chair, Trauma Systems Planning & Evaluations Committee, State Trauma Consultation
   Arizona, Minnesota
Member, Executive Committee, 2006 – Present
Co-Chair, Trauma Systems Planning & Evaluations//TIEP Development Trauma Systems        
   Developing Group, 2008 – Present

Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS)
 State Faculty Member, North Carolina
Regional Faculty Member
 National Faculty Member
College of Reviewers for Canada Research Chair, 2006 – Present

Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma
 Member, Board of Directors, 1996 - Present
 Chairman, Careers in Trauma Committee, 1996 - 1998
 Chairman, Program Committee, 1999 - 2001
 Chairman, Future of Trauma Surgery as a Career, 2002 - 2005
 President Elect, 2004
 President, 2005
 Chairman, Nomination Committee, 2006
 Founding Chairman, Rural Trauma Subcommittee, 2006

Eastern Regional Advisory Committee for the NC Trauma System
 Member, 1999 - Present
 President, 2000 – 2001

EMS State Advisory Council
 Member, 2004 – 2006

Halsted Society
 Member, Program Committee, 2008 – 2010
 
North Carolina Chapter of the American College of Surgeons
 Member, 1999 - Present
 Board of Director, 2004 – Present

North Carolina Chapter of the American Trauma Society
 Member, 1999 – Present

North Carolina Committee on Trauma
 Member, 1999 - Present
State Chairman, 2003 – 2006

North Carolina Trauma Registry
 Chairman, Research Committee, 1999 - 2003
Co-Chair, Trauma CQI Subcommittee, 1999 - 2003
Trauma Registry Task Force Committee, 1999 – 2003

North Carolina Trauma Task Force for System Development
 Member, 2004 – Present

Society of Critical Care Medicine
Education Committee of the Surgical Section, 1998
Critical Care Specialty Work Group, 2005 – 2006
 
Southeastern Surgical Congress
Counselor for North Carolina, 2006 – Present

State Trauma Advisory Committee
  Member, 2003 - Present
  Founding Chairman, 2003 – 2006

AWARDS
Top Docs - Best of Philadelphia - Trauma Surgery - Philadelphia Magazine - 1996
Divisional Fellowship Teaching Award, University of Pennsylvania - 1999
American Academy of Nurse Practitioners State Award for Excellence - 2003
Society of Critical Care Medicine Presidential Citation Award – 2003
East Carolina University Centennial Award Nominee for Leadership – 2008

VISITING PROFESSORSHIPS/DISTINGUISHED LECTURES
April 2008 – Summa Health System, Visiting Professor, Akron, Ohio
April 2008 – 35th Annual Preston A. Wade Visiting Professor Lectureship, Weill Cornell Medical College and New York Presbyterian Hospital-Weill Cornell Medical Center, New York, New York 
January 2008 – February 2008 – Distinguished Visiting Surgeon in Combat Casualty Program, Landstahl Regional Medical Center, Landstahl, Germany
September 2007 – Visiting Professor, University of San Diego, San Diego, California
June 2007 – Visiting Professor, St. Luke’s Hospital, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania
June 2007 – Visiting Professor, University of Pennsylvania, The Trauma Center at Penn, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
February 2007 –  Visiting Professor, Auckland City Hospital, Auckland New Zealand
February 2007 – Visiting Professor, The Canberra Hospital, Canberra, Australia
November 2007 – The John Border Lectureship, Visiting Professorship, Erie County Medical Center, University of Buffalo, New York
October 2006 – Visiting Professor, Dartmouth University, New Hanover, New Hampshire
May 2006 – Distinguished Visiting Professor, Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences
Bethesda, Maryland
April 2006 – Visiting Professor, University of Rochester Medical Center Rochester, New York
March 2006 – Visiting Professor, University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine Knoxville, Tennessee
January 2006 – EAST Presidential Address, Orlando, Florida
October 2005 – Moderator, American College of Surgeon Committee on Trauma, Trauma Symposium
April 2005 – Visiting Professor, R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center, Baltimore, Maryland
April 2004 – Royal College Physicians and Surgeons of Canada Lectureship, Trauma Association of Canada, Ontario, Canada
May 2003 – Visiting Professor, Orlando Regional Medical Center, Orlando, Florida
May 2002 – Visiting Professor, Yale University School of Medicine, New Haven, Connecticut
May 2002 – Visiting Professor, Hackensack University Medical Center, Hackensack, New Jersey
April 2002 – Visiting Professor, The Western Pennsylvania Hospital, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
April 2001 – Visiting Professor, New Hanover Regional Medical Center, Wilmington, North Carolina
March 2001 – Visiting Professor, Carolinas Medical Center, Charlotte, North Carolina
March 2001 – Visiting Professor, Christiana Care Health System, Newark, Delaware
November 2000 – Distinguished Visiting Professor, Millennium Surgical Congress, United Arab Emirates
September 1998 – Visiting Professor, Hamot Medical Center, Erie, Pennsylvania
February 1998 – Visiting Professor, Jefferson Medical College, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
November 1997 – Visiting Professor, Hackensack University Medical Center, Hackensack, New Jersey
April 1996 – Visiting Professor, Good Samaritan Hospital, Cincinnati, Ohio

MEMBERSHIPS IN PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES
American Association for the Surgery of Trauma: Fellow
American Board of Surgery: Diplomat
American College of Chest Physicians: Fellow
American College of Surgeons: Fellow
American College of Surgeons, North Carolina Chapter
American Medical Association
American Society of General Surgeons
American Society for Parenteral & Enteral Nutrition
American Trauma Society
Association of Academic Surgery
Association for Surgical Education
Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma
European Society for Trauma & Emergency Surgery
International Association for the Surgery of Trauma
International College of Surgeons
International Society of Surgery
Panamerican Trauma Society
Seaboard Medical Association
Shock Society
Society of Black Academic Surgeons
Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons
Society for Surgery of Alimentary Tract
Society of Critical Care Medicine
Society of University Surgeons
Southeastern Surgical Congress, Fellow
Surgery Biology Club III
Surgical Infection Society
The Halsted Society 


EDITORIAL POSITIONS
1991 - Present Ad-Hoc Reviewer, Journal of Trauma
1991 - Present Ad-Hoc Publications Committee Reviewer
Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma
1994 - Present Ad-Hoc Publications Committee Reviewer
Western Trauma Association
1997 - Present Ad-Hoc Reviewer, Archives of Surgery
2001 - Present Ad-Hoc Reviewer, Surgery
2002 - Present Ad-Hoc Reviewer, CHEST
2003 - Present Ad-Hoc Reviewer, Critical Care Medicine
2004 - Present Ad-Hoc Reviewer, Surgical Infections
2006 - Present Editorial Review Board, Current Surgery
2006 - Present Ad-Hoc Reviewer, Journal of the American College of Surgeons
2007 - Present Ad-Hoc Reviewer, Injury
2008 - Present Ad-Hoc Reviewer, British Journal of Surgery
2008 - Present Ad-Hoc Reviewer, The Journal of Trauma, Injury, Infection
   and Critical Care


EDITORIAL REVIEWS
“The Return of General Surgery: A Meaningful Operative and Financial Model for the Future of Trauma” , March 2008, The Journal of Trauma, Injury, Infection and Critical Care


REFERENCE FOR PROMOTION
Joseph Minei, MD, Professor with Tenure, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, 2009
John J. Como, MD, FACS, Associate Professor, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, 2008
Michael B. Shapiro, MD, FACS, Professor of Surgery, Feinberg SOM, Northwestern University, 2008
Deborah M. Stein, MD, MPH, FACS, Associate Professor, University of Maryland, 2008
Stephen A. Fann, MD, Associate Professor, University of South Carolina, 2008
Juan C. Duchesne, MD, FACS, FCCP, Associate Professor, Tulane Univ. School of Medicine, 2008
John Patrick Hunt, III, MD, MPH, Professor of Surgery, LSUHSC New Orleans School of Medicine, 2008
Krishnan Raghavendran, MD, FACS, Associate Professor, University of Michigan Medical School, 2008
Lynn J. Hydo, MBA, RN, CCRN, CLNC, Assistant Research Professor, Weill Cornell Medical College, 2008
Raul Coimbra, MD, PhD, Professor of Surgery, University of California at San Diego, 2007
Fikri Abu-Zidan, MD, Professor of Surgery, United Arab Emirates University, 2007
Michael D. Grossman, MD, FACS, Clinical Professor of Surgery, University of Pennsylvania, 2006
Heidi Frankel, MD, Professor of Surgery, University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center, 2006
Ed Rutherford, Professor of Surgery, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill, 2006
Nicole Stassen, Associate Professor, University of Rochester, 2006
Avery Nathan, Canadian Research Chair, 2006
Kim Davis, Associate Professor, Yale University, 2006
Scott Roth, Associate Professor, University of Maryland, 2005
Stan Kurek, Associate Professor, Medical University of South Carolina, 2005
Michael Chang, Professor, Wake Forest University, 2005
Preston Rich, Associate Professor, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2005
Glen Tinkoff, Clinical Associate Professor, Jefferson Medical College, 2005
Wendy L. Wahl, Clinical Professor, University of Michigan, 2005
Barbara Latenser, Endowed Professorship, University of Iowa, 2004
Samuel Rhee, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery, East Carolina University, 2004
Kimberly Nagy, Professor, Rush Medical College, 2004
Mary-Margaret Brandt, Associate Professor, University of Michigan, 2004
Richard S. Miller, Professor, Vanderbilt University, 2004
Jose J. Diaz, Jr., Associate Professor, Vanderbilt University, 2004
Irene Barrow, Assistant Professor, East Carolina University, 2004
J. Scott Roth, Associate Professor, University of Maryland, 2004
Grant Bochicchio, Associate Professor, University of Maryland, 2003
William C. Chiu, Associate Professor, University of Maryland, 2003
Charles J. Yowler, Assistant Professor, Case Western Reserve University, 2002
Grant P. Sinson, Associate Professor, Medical College of Wisconsin, 2002
Edmund Rutherford, Associate Professor, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, 2001
Juan B. Ochoa, Associate Professor, University of Pittsburgh, 2001
Phil Barie, Professor, Cornell University, 2001
Heidi Lee Frankel, Associate Professor, Yale, 2000

CURRENT RESEARCH
1. Brief Interval Transfer – Outcomes of Care on Transferred Trauma Patients
2. Rural Trauma System Development
3. Trauma Center Development and the Effects and Outcomes
4. Penetrating Abdominal Injury and Damage Control

GRANTS
1997 Community and Economic Development Financial Assistance Grant
#00240 - Trauma Prevention and Education - $50,000 (Awarded)

2001 - A Randomized, Double-Blind, Multi-Center, Comparative Study of Intravenous BMX-284756 followed by oral BMX-284756 versus Piperacillin/tazobactam followed by oral Amoxicillin/clavulanate In The Treatment of Complicated Intraabdominal Infection - $35,000 (Awarded)

2002 - Hispanic Farmworkers – Under-recognized Victims of Trauma in Eastern North Carolina - $14,577 – Southern Coastal Agromedicine Center (Awarded)

2002 - The Problem of Child Abuse in Military Families - $24,862 – submitted to Brody School of Medicine Intramural Funding (Denied)

2004 - Impact of a Clinical Management Guideline on Preventing Ventilator-Associated Pneumonia in Critically Ill Trauma Patients – submitted to Association of Critical Care Nurses (Awarded)

2004 - Improving Bariatric Surgical Outcomes with a Canters of Excellence Program -$200,000 submitted to Agency for Health Research and Quality (AHRQ) (Denied)

2005 - Coordinating Bariatric Surgical Databases to Improve Outcomes – $69,187 – submitted to AHRQ Small Research Grant Program (Denied)

2006 - Novo Nordisk Inc. F7Trauma-1648; Phase III Trial.  “A multi-center, randomized, double-blind, parallel group, placebo controlled trial to evaluate the efficacy and safety of activated recombinant factor VII (rFVIIa/NovoSeven®/NiaStase®) in the treatment of refractory bleeding in severely injured trauma patients.”  Principle Investigator: Rotondo, MF.  Subinvestigators: Toschlog EA, Sagraves SG, Newell MA, Bard MR, Schenarts PJ, Goettler CE, Briggs S. - $74, 870 (Awarded)

Publications
1. Calderone RA, Rotondo MF, Sande MA: Candida Albicans Endocarditis: Ultra
Structural Studies of Vegetation Formation. Infection and Immunity 20(l):279-289, 1978.

2. Ertsgaard EP, Huff KE, Osterhoudt HW, Rotondo MF: Thermographic-Photographic Characterization of Ultrasonic Intensity Patterns. Journal of Applied Photographic Engineering 6(2):37-41, 1980.

3. Rotondo MF, Shackner MS, Schwab CW: Penetrating Injury to the Gluteal Region. Postgraduate Surgery 2:161, 1990.

4. Hanson CW, Rotondo MF, McGonigal MD, Kauder DR, and Schwab CW: The Safety of Airway Management in Trauma Patients. Anesthesia 73(3A):A286, 1990.

5. Rotondo MF, Hanson CW, McGonigal MD, Kauder DR, Schwab CW: Urgent Paralysis and lntubation of Trauma Patients: Is it Safe? Journal of Trauma 34(2):242, 1993.

6. Rotondo MF, McGonigal MD, Schwab CW, Kauder DR, Angood PB: On the Nature of Things Still Going Bang in the Night: An Analysis of Residency Training in Trauma. Journal of Trauma 35(4): 550, 1993.

7. McGonigal MD, Cole J, Schwab CW, Kauder DR, Rotondo MF, Angood PB: A New Approach to Probability of Survival Scoring for Trauma Quality Assurance. Journal of Trauma 34(6):863-70, 1993.

8. Rotondo MF, Schwab CW, McGonigal MD, Phillips GR, Fruchterman TM, Kauder DR, Latenser BA, Angood PB: "Damage Control": An Approach for Improved Survival with Exsanguinating Penetrating Abdominal Injury. Journal of Trauma 35(3): 375-82, 1993.

9. McGonigal MD, Cole J, Schwab CW, Kauder DR, Rotondo MF, Angood PB: Urban Firearm Homicides: A Five Year Perspective. Journal of Trauma 35(4):532, 1993.

10. DiGiacomo JC, Rotondo MF, Schwab CW: Transcutaneous Balloon Catheter Tamponade for Definitive Control of Subclavian Venous Injuries. Journal of Trauma 37(l):111, 1994.

11. DiGiacomo JC, Schwab CW, Rotondo MF, Kauder DR, Angood PB, McGonigal MD: Gluteal Gunshot Wounds: Who Warrants Exploration? Journal of Trauma 37(4):622, 1994.

12. Reilly PM, Rotondo MF, Carpenter JP, Sherr SA, Schwab CW: Temporary Vascular Continuity During Damage Control: Intraabdominal Shunting for Proximal Superior Mesenteric Artery Injury.  Journal of Trauma 39(4): 757-60, 1995.

13. Barba CA, Angood PB, Kauder DR, Latenser B, Martin K, McGonigal MD, Phillips GR, Rotondo MF, Schwab CW: Bronchoscopic Guidance Makes Percutaneous Tracheostomy a Safe, Cost-Effective, and Easy-To-Teach Procedure. Surgery 118(5):879, 1995.

14. Sing RF, Reilly PM, Rotondo MF, Hanson CW, Schwab CW, Lynch MJ, McCans JP: Out-Of-Hospital Rapid Sequence Induction for the Intubation of the Pediatric Patient. Academic Emergency Medicine 3(l):41, 1996.

15. Brookoff D, Rotondo MF, Shaw LM, Campbell EA, Fields L: Cocaethylene Levels in Patients Who Test Positive for Cocaine. Annals of Emergency Medicine. 27(3):316-20, 1996.

16. DiGiacomo JC, Hoff WS, Rotondo MF, Martin KM, Kauder DR, Anderson HL, Phillips GR, Schwab CW: Barrier Precautions in Trauma Resuscitation: Real-Time Analysis Using Videotape Reviews. American Journal of Emergency Medicine. 15(l):34-9, 1997.

17. DiGiacomo JC, Rotondo MF, Schwab CW: Letter to the Editor: Venous Injuries Are Not All Alike.  Military Medicine 162(2):iv, 1997.

18. Reilly PM, Sing RF, Giberson FA, Anderson HL, Rotondo MF, Tinkoff GH, Schwab CW: Hypercarbia During Tracheostomy: A Comparison of Percutaneous Endoscopic, Percutaneous Doppler and Standard Surgical Tracheostomy. Intensive Care Medicine. 23(8):859, 1997.

19. Hoff WS, Reilly PM, Rotondo MF, DiGiacomo JC, Schwab CW: The Importance of the Command Physician In Trauma Resuscitation. Journal of Trauma. 43(5):772-77, 1997.

20. Nance ML, Peden GW, Shapiro MB, Rotondo MF, Kauder DR, Schwab CW: Solid Viscus Injury (SVI) Predicts Major Hollow Viscus Injury (HVI) In Blunt Abdominal Trauma. Journal of Trauma. 43(4):618-23, 1997.

21. Haskell RM, Boruta B, Rotondo MF, Frankel HL:  Hypothermia. AACN Clinical Issues: Advanced Practice in Acute & Critical Care. 8(3):368-82, 1997.

22. Haskell RM, Frankel HL, Rotondo MF: Agitation. AACN Clinical Issues: Advanced Practice in Acute & Critical Care. 8(3):335-50, 1997.

23. Haskell R, Frankel H, Rotondo MF: Practices and Efficacy of Magnesium Repletion in Critically Injured Patients. Critical Care Medicine 25: A178, 1997.

24. Schwab CW, Frankel H. Rotondo MF, Sing RF, Giberson FA, Anderson HL, Tinkoff GH: The Impact of True Partnership Between a University Level I Trauma Center and Community Level II Trauma Center on Patient Transfer Practices. Journal of Trauma 44(5):815-20, 1998.

25. Grossman MD, May AK, Schwab CW, Reilly PM, McMahon DJ, Rotondo MD, Shapiro MB, Kauder DR, Frankel HL, Anderson HL: Determining Anatomic Injury with Computed Tomography in Selected Torso Gunshot Wounds. Journal of Trauma  45(3):446-56, 1998.

26. DiGiacomo JC, Rotondo MF, Kauder DR, Schwab CW: Delayed Splenic Hematoma: An Injury in Evolution. Surgery 123(4): 478-479, 1998.

27. Frankel HL, Haskell R, DiGiacomo JC, Rotondo M. Recidivism in Equestrian Trauma.  American Surgeon 64(2):151-154, 1998.

28. DiGiacomo JC, Rotondo MF, Kauder DR, Schwab CW: Response to Letter to the Editor.  Surgery 124: 941, 1998.
29. Sing RF, Rotondo MF, Zonies D, Schwab CW, Ross SE, Brathwaite CM: Rapid Sequence Induction for Intubation by an Aeromedical Transport Team: A Critical Analysis. The American Journal of Emergency Medicine. AmJ Emerg Med 16(6):598-602, 1999.

30. May AK, Patterson MA, Rue LW III, Schiller HJ, Rotondo MF, Schwab CW: Combined Blunt Cardiac and Pericardial Rupture – Review of the literature and report of a new diagnostic algorithm. American Surgeon 65(6): 568-574, 1999

31. DiGiacomo JC, Schwab DW, Kauder DR, Rotondo MF: Letter to the Editor. Transpelvic Gunshot Wounds: Routine Laparotomy or Selective Management?  World Journal of  Surgery. 23(6), 619-620, 1999.

32. Frankel H, FitzPatrick MK, Gaskell S, Hoff W, Rotondo MF, Schwab CW: Strategies to Improve Compliance with Evidence-Based Clinical Management Guidelines. Journal of the American College of Surgeons 189(6): 533-538, 1999.

33. Frankel H, Haskell R, Lee SY, Miller D, Rotondo M, Schwab CW: Hypomagnesemia in Trauma Patients. World Journal of Surgery 23(9): 966-969, 1999.

34. Shapiro MB, Jenkins DH, Schwab CW, Rotondo MF: Damage Control: A Collective Review.  Journal of Trauma 49(5):969-978, 2000.

35. DiGiacomo JC, Frankel H, Haskell RM, Rotondo MF, Schwab CW: Unsuspected Child Abuse Revealed by Delayed Presentation of Periportal Tracking and Myoglobinuria. Journal of Trauma 49(2):348-350, 2000.

36. Johnson JW, Gracias VH, Schwab CW, Reilly PM, Kauder DR, Shapiro MB, Dabrowski GP, Rotondo MF: Evolution in Damage Control for Exsanguinating Penetrating Abdominal Injury.  Journal of Trauma 51(2):261-271, 2001.

37. DiGiacomo JC, Rotondo MF, Kauder DR, Schwab CW: The Role of Nephrectomy in the Acutely Injured.  Archives of Surgery 136(9):1045-1049, 2001.

38. Kudsk KA, Ivatury RR, Morris JA, Rotondo MF: Damage Control in the Trauma Patient.  Contemporary Surgery 57(7):325-343, 2001.

39. DiGiacomo JC, Shaftan GW, Frankel H, Rotondo MF, Schwab CW: Preoperative Radiographic Staging for Ureteral Injuries is Not Warranted in Patients Undergoing Celiotomy for Trauma. The American Surgeon 67(10):969-973, 2001.

40. Gracias VH, Reilly PM, Klein W, Lee SY, Singer M, Rotondo MF, Schwab CW: The Role of Computed Tomorgraphy in the Evaluation of Penetrating Neck Trauma. Archives of Surgery 136:1231-35, 2001.

41. DiGiacomo JC, Frankel HL, Rotondo MF: Clearing the Cervical Spine in Victims of Blunt Trauma. Military Medicine 167(5):398-401, 2002.

42. Meredith JW, Evans G, Kilgo PD, MacKenzie E, Osler T, McGwin G, Cohn S, Esposito T, Gennarelli T, Hawkins M, Lucas C, Mock C, Rotondo M, Rue L:  A Comparison of the Abilities of Nine Scoring Algorithms in Predicting Mortality. Journal of Trauma 53(4):621-29, 2002.

43. Rotondo MF: Editorial Comment on 2001 AAST Paper #2025 entitled Bullet Trajectory Predicts the Need for Damage Control – An Artificial Neural Network Model. Journal of Trauma 52(5): 858, 2002. (not presented due to 9/11/01 meeting cancellation)

44. Fakhry SM, Watts DD, Luchette FA and EAST Multi-Institutional HVI Research Group: Current Diagnostic Approaches Lack Sensitivity in the Diagnosis of Perforated Blunt Small Bowel Injury:  Analysis from 275,557 Trauma Admissions from the EAST Multi-institutional HVI Trial. Journal of Trauma 54(2): 295-306, 2003

45. Watts DD, Fakhry SM and EAST Multi-Institutional HVI Research Group: Incidence of Hollow Viscus Injury in Blunt Trauma: An Analysis from 275,557 Trauma Admissions from the EAST Multi-institutional Trial. Journal of Trauma 54(2): 289-94, 2003.

46. Barrow IM, Hough M, Rastatter MP, Walker M, Holbert D, Rotondo MF: Can Within- Category Naming Identify Subtle Cognitive Deficits in the Mild Traumatic Brain-Injured Patient? Journal of Trauma 54(5): 888-97, 2003.

47. Rotondo MF, Cheatham ML, Moore FA, Reilly PM: Abdominal Compartment Syndrome.  Contemporary Surgery 59(6):260-270, 2003.

48. Sagraves SG, Conquest AM, Albrecht RJ, Toschlog EA, Schenarts PJ, Bard MR, Powell CS, Rotondo MF: Popliteal Artery Trauma In A Rural Level I Trauma Center. American Surgeon 69(6):485-490, 2003.

49. Toschlog EA, MacElligot J, Sagraves SG, Schenarts PJ, Bard MR, Goettler CE, Rotondo MF, Swanson MS: The Relationship of Injury Severity Score (ISS) and Glascow Coma Score (GCS) To Rehabilitative Potential In Patients Suffering Traumatic Brain Injury. American Surgeon. 69(6):491-498, 2003.

50. Toschlog EA, Blount KP, Rotondo MF, Sagraves SG, Bard MR, Schenarts PJ, Swanson M, Goettler CE: Clinical Predictors of Subtherapeutic Aminoglycoside Levels in Trauma Patients Undergoing Once-Daily Dosing. Journal of Trauma. 55(2):255-62, 2003.

51. Hoff WS, Sicoutris CP, Lee SY, Rotondo MF, Holstein JJ, Gracias VH, Pryor JP, Reilly PM, Doroski KK, Schwab CW: Formalized Radiology Rounds: The Final Component of the Tertiary Survey. Journal of Trauma 56(2):291-5, 2004.

52. Rotondo MF and Bard MR: Damage Control Surgery for Thoracic Injuries. Injury 35(7):649-54, 2004.

53. Bard MR, Goettler CE, Schenarts PJ, Collins BA, Toschlog EA, Sagraves SG, Rotondo MF:  Language Barrier Leads to the Unnecessary Intubation of Trauma Patients. American Surgeon 70(9):783-6, 2004.

54. Ghiassi S, Sun YS, Kim VB, Scott CM, Nifong LW, Rotondo MF, Chitwood WR: Methylene Blue Enhances Resuscitation after Refractory Hemorrhagic Shock. Journal of Trauma 57(3): 515-21, 2004.

55. Goettler CE and Rotondo MF: Blunt Colon Trauma. Seminars in Colon and Rectal Surgery 15(2): 105-111, 2004.

56. Chiu WC, Scalea TM, Rotondo MF: Summary Report on Current Clinical Trauma Care Fellowship Training Programs. Journal of Trauma 58(3): 605-13, 2005.

57. Thompson-Brazill KA, Goettler CE, and Rotondo MF: Diffuse Axonal “Shear” Injury in an 18-year-old Man Following a High-Speed Motor Vehicle Collision. Journal of Emergency Medicine 31(1):112-114, 2005.

58. Bailey K, Swinyer M, Bard M, Rotondo MF et al: The Effectiveness of a Specialized Trauma Course in the Knowledge Base and Level of Job Satisfaction in Emergency Nurses. Journal of Trauma Nursing 12(1): 10-15, 2005.

59. The Committee to Develop the Reorganized Specialty of Trauma, Critical Care, and Emergency Surgery: Acute Care Surgery: Trauma, Critical Care, and Emergency Surgery. Journal of Trauma 58(3): 614-616, 2005.

60. Schenarts P, Bowen J, Bard M, Sagraves S, Toschlog E, Goettler C, Cromwell S, Rotondo M.  The Effect of a Rotating Night-Float Coverage Scheme on Preventable and Potentially Preventable Morbidity at a Level I Trauma Center. American Journal of Surgery 190(1):147-152, 2005.

61. Rotondo MF and Esposito TJ, and the EAST Future of Trauma Surgery Committee: The Position of the Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma on the Future of Trauma Surgery. Journal of Trauma 59(1): 77-79, 2005.

62. Steinhorst B, Dolezzal JM, Jenkins NL, Snyder B, Rotondo MF: Trauma in Hispanic Farm Workers in Eastern North Carolina: 10-year Experience at a Level I Trauma Center.  Journal of Agromedicine, Vol. 11(3/4) 2006. 

63. Sagraves SG, Toschlog EA, Rotondo MF: Damage Control Surgery – The Intensivist’s Role. Journal of Intensive Care Medicine. 21(1): 5-16, 2006.

64. Rotondo MF, Schenarts PJ: Corticosteroid Use in the Intensive Care Unit: At What Cost?-Invited Critique. Archives of Surgery 141(2): 149, 2006.

65. Esposito TJ, Rotondo MF, Barie PS, Reilly PM, Pasquale MD: Making the Case for a Paradigm Shift in Trauma Surgery. Journal of the American College of Surgeons 202(4): 655-667, 2006.

66. Reade CC, Jenkins NL, Bard MR, Kuszyk BS, Koutlas TC, Rotondo MF: Immediate Diagnosis and Nonoperative Treatment of a Pulmonary Artery Pseudoaneurysm after Blunt Traumatic Injury. Journal of Trauma 60(4): 894-6, 2006.

67. Goettler CE, Fugo JR, Bard MR, Newell MA, Sagraves SG, Toschlog EA, Schenarts PJ, Rotondo MF: Predicting the Need for Early Tracheostomy. Journal of Trauma 60(5): 991-6, 2006.

68. Schenarts PJ, Sagraves SG, Bard MR, Toschlog EA, Goettler CE, Newell MA, Rotondo MF: Low-Dose Dopamine: A Physiologically Based Review. Current Surgery 63(3): May/June 2006.

69. Schenarts PJ, Anderson Schenarts KD, Rotondo MF: Myths and Realities of the 80-hour Work Week. Current Surgery. 63(4): July/August 2006.

70. Schecter WP, Ivatury R, Rotondo MF, Hirshberg A: Open Abdomen after Trauma and Abdominal Sepsis: A Strategy for Management.  Journal of the American College of Surgeons. 203(3): September 2006.

71. Bard MR, Goettler CE, Toschlog EA, Sagraves SG, Schenarts PJ, Newell MA, Fugate M, Rotondo MF: Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome: Turning Minor Injuries Into a Major Problem. Journal of Trauma. 61(6): 1441-1446, December 2006.

71.  Toschlog EA, Sagraves SG, Bard MR, Schenarts PJ, Goettler CE, Newell MA, Rotondo MF: Rural Trauma Recidivism: A Different Disease. Archives of Surgery. 142: 77-81, January 2007.

72. Sagraves SG, Phade S, Spain T, Bard MR, Goettler CE, Schenarts PJ, Toschlog EA, Newell MA, Bairns B, Peck M, Rotondo MF: A Collaborative Systems Approach to Rural Burn Care. Journal of Burn Care and Research. 28(1): 111-114, Jan-Feb 2007.

73.    Rotondo MF: At the Center of the “Perfect Storm”: The Patient. Surgery. 141(3): 291-292, March 2007.

74. The Committee on Acute Care Surgery American Association for the Surgery of Trauma: The Acute
         Care Surgery Curriculum. Journal of Trauma. 62(3): 553-556, March 2007.

75. Newell MA, Bard Mr, Goettler CE, Toschlog EA, Schenarts PJ, Sagraves SG, Holbert D, Pories WJ, Rotondo MF. Body Mass Index and Outcomes in Critically Injured Blunt Trauma Patients: Weighing the Impact. Journal of the American College of Surgeons. 204(5):1056-61, May 2007.

76. Toschlog EA, Newton C, Allen N, Newell MA, Goettler CE, Schenarts PJ, Bard, MR, Sagraves SG, Rotondo MF. Morbidity Reduction in Critically Ill Trauma Patients Through the Use of a Computerized Insulin Infusion Protocol: A Preliminary Study. Journal of Trauma. 62(6):1370-76, June 2007.

77. Schenarts PJ, Phade SV, Bard MR, Goettler CE, Toschlog EA, Sagraves SG, Newell MA, Rotondo MF:         Field Hypotension: A Marker of Severe Injury or Crying Wolf? North Carolina Medical Journal, Vol 69 (4); 265-68, July/August 2008.

78. Winchell RJ, Ball JW, Cooper GF, Sanddal ND, Rotondo MF: An Assessment of the Impact of Trauma Systems Consultation on the Level of Trauma System Development.  Journal of the American College of Surgeons. 207(5): 623-629, November 2008.
 
79. Schenarts PJ, Phade, SV, Goettler CE, Waibel BH, Agle SC, Bard MR, Rotondo MF: Impact of Acute Care General Surgery Coverage by Trauma Surgeons on the Trauma Patient. The American Surgeon. (74), January 2008 (Accepted).

80. Rotondo MF, Bard MR, Sagraves SG, Toschlog EA, Schenarts PJ, Goettler CE, Newell MA, Robertson MJ: What Price Commitment – What Benefit?  The Cost of a Saved Life in a Developing Level I Trauma Center.  Journal of Trauma.  (Accepted 2008).

81. Bard MR, Shaikh S, Pestaner J, Newell MA, Rotondo MF: Direct Fetal Injury Due to Airbag Deployment and Three-Point Restraint.  Journal of Trauma (Accepted 2008).

82. Newell MA, Rotondo MF, Toschlog EA, Sagraves SG, Schenarts PJ, Bard MR, Goettler CE: The Elderly Trauma Patient: An Investment for the Future?.  Journal of Trauma (Accepted 2008).

83. Pofahl WE, Goettler CE, Ramsey KM, Cochran K, Nobles D, Rotondo MF: Active Surveillance Screening and Eradication of Methicillin Resistant Staphylococcus Aureus 8MRSA) Carriage Decreases Surgical Site Infections Due to MRSA.  Journal of the American College of Surgeons (Accepted 2008).

84. Bard MR, Schenarts PJ, Schenarts KD, Newell MA, Waibel BH, Rotondo MF: Increasing Resident Responsibility: The Impact on Trauma Patients.  Journal of Trauma. (submitted January 2008)

85. Goettler CE, Rotondo MF: High-Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation as a Recue Maneuver for Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome on Trauma Patients.  American Journal of Critical Care (submitted May 2008). 

86. Sagraves SG, Rotondo MF, Toschlog EA, Schenarts PJ, Bard MR, Goettler CE: Brief Interval Transfer (BIT): The morbid consequence of delay to the trauma center in a rural patient demographic.  American Journal of Surgery (submitted 2008).

87. Goettler CE, Schlitzkus LL, Waibel BH, Edwards M, Wilhelmsen B, Rotondo MF: Running Out of Gas But Not Trauma Patients: The Effect of the Price of Gas on Trauma Admissions. The American Surgeon (submitted 2009). 

ABSTRACTS:

88. Kauder DR, Rotondo MF, McGonigal MD, Schwab CW: Healthcare Reimbursement for the Injured
         Elderly: A Regional Trauma Center's Experience. Journal of Trauma 30(12):1620, 1990.

89. Rotondo MF, Hanson CW, McGonigal MD, Kauder DR, Schwab CW: Urgent Paralysis and Intubation of

90. Trauma Patients: Is it Safe? Journal of Trauma 30(12):1623, 1990.

91. Hanson CW, Rotondo MF, McGonigal MD, Kauder DR, Schwab CW: The Safety of Airway Management in Trauma Patients. Anesthesiology 73: A286, 1990.

92. McGonigal MD, Cole JBS, Kauder DR, Rotondo MF, Angood PB, Latenser BA, Schwab CW: A New Approach to Probability of Survival Scoring. Journal of Trauma 33(l):156, 1992.

93. McGonigal MD, Cole JBS, Kauder DR, Rotondo MF, Angood PB, Latenser BA, Schwab CW:  Urban
      Firearm Death: A Five-Year Perspective. Journal of Trauma U33U: 948, 1992.

94. Rotondo MF, McGonigal MD, Kauder DR, Phillip GR, Fruchterman TM, Latenser BA, Angood PB,
      Schwab CW: "Damage Control": An Approach for Improved Survival in Exsanguinating Penetrating   
      Abdominal Injury.  Journal of Trauma 33(3):161, 1992. 
   
95. Rotondo MF, McGonigal MD, Kauder DR, Schwab CW: On the Nature of Things Still Going Bang in the             Night: An Analysis of Residency Training in Trauma. Journal of Trauma 33(6):949, 1992.

96. Brookoff D, Shaw LM, Fields L, Campbell E, Rotondo MF: Cocaethylene Levels in Patients Treated fo Major Trauma. Therapeutic Drug Monitoring 15(2):175, 1993.

97. Rotondo MF, Porter JM, Shaw LM, Schwab CW, McGonigal MD, Angood PB, Kauder DR, Brookoff D: The Effect of Cocaine on Acid-Base Balance in Trauma Patients. Therapeutic Drug Monitoring 15(2):176, 1993.

98. Barba CA, Angood PB, Kauder DR, Martin K, McGonigal MD, Phillips GR, Rotondo MF, Schwab CW: Endoscopically Guided Percutaneous Dilational Tracheostomy: A Safe, Easy and Cost-Saving Procedure. Critical Care Medicine 21(4):S251,1993.

99. Barba CA, Angood RB, Boom T, Phillips GR, Kauder DR, McGonigal MD, Rotondo MF, Schwab CW: Selective Non-Operative Management (N-OM) of a Group of Patients with Transmediastinal Gunshot Wounds (TGSW). Pan American Congress of Trauma June, 1993.

100. Phillips GR, Kauder DR, Schwab CW, Barba CA, Angood PB, Rotondo MF, McGonigal MD: Selective Blood Bank Utilization as a Means of Cost Containment in Trauma Patients. Critical Care Medicine 21(4):S239, 1993.

101. DiGiacomo JC, Schwab CW, Rotondo MF, Kauder DR, Angood PA, McGonigal MD: Who Warrants Exploration for a Gluteal Gunshot Wound? Journal of Trauma 36(l)149: 1994.

102. DiGiacomo JC, Hoff WS, Rotondo MF, Martin KM, Kauder DR, Anderson HL, Phillips GR, Schwab CW: Universal Barrier Precautions (UBP) in Trauma Resuscitation (TR): Real-time Analysis Using Videotape Review (VTR). Journal of Trauma 37(6):1018, 1994.

103. Sing RF, Reilly P, Rotondo MF, Hanson CW, Schwab CW: Pre-Hospital Paralysis and Endotracheal Intubation of the Pediatric Patient. Academic Emergency Medicine 2(5):357, 1995.

104. Rotondo MF, Zonies D, Sing RF, Schwab CW, Ross S, Brathwaite C: Urgent Paralysis for Intubation by an Aeromedical Transport Team: A Critical Analysis. Journal of Trauma 40(l):181, 1996.

105. Hoff WS, Reilly PM, Ketterer CL, Tinkoff GH, Pasquale M, Rotondo MF, Schwab CW: The Management of Occult Pneumothorax after Blunt Trauma. Chest 110(4):210S, 1996.

106. Schiller HJ, Reilly JL, Rotondo MF, Schwab CW, Anderson HL III: Percutaneous Extracorporeal Rewarming in Trauma Patients Undergoing "Damage Control” Laparotomy. Pan American Trauma Society, November 1996.

107. Haskell R, Frankel, H, Miller D, DiGiacomo JC, Rotondo MF: Practices and Efficacy of Magnesium Repletion in Critically Injured Patients. Critical Care Med 25(l):A78, 1997.

108. Schwab CW, Frankel HL, Rotondo MF, Gares DA, Robison EA, Haskell RM, Hoff WS, Kauder DR: The Impact of True Partnership Between a University Level I Trauma Center and a Community Level II Trauma Center on Patient Transfer Practices.  Journal of Trauma 43(1): 200, 1997.

109. May AK, Grossman MD, Reilly PM, McMahon DJ, Rotondo MF, Shapiro MB, Kauder DR, Schwab CW: The Expanding Use of Computed Tomography in Torso Gunshot Wounds.  Journal of Trauma 43(l):194, 1997.

110. May AK, Rotondo MF, Zonies DH, Reilly PM, Anderson HL, Schwab CW:  Multifocal and Multicavitary Exsanguination:  “The Real Double Jeopardy”. Pan American Journal of Trauma, 1997.

111. Zonies DH, Rotondo MF, Sing RF, Reilly PM, Hoff WS, Kauder DR, Schwab CW: The Safety of Urgent Paralysis and Intubation (UPI) in the Trauma Admitting Area (TAA): A Review of 570 Consecutive Patients. Journal of Trauma 44(2):431, 1998.

112. Reilly, PM, Schwab CW, Zonies DH, McDonald G, Kauder DR, Rotondo MF, McGonigal MD:  Urban Firearm Deaths (UFD) Revisited: Trends Over A Decade. Journal of Trauma 45(6): 1120, 1998.

113. Reilly PM, Chang RC, Schwab CW, McDonald G, Rotondo MF, Zonies DH, Kauder DR, Bar CD, Branas CC, Richmond TS: Urban Non-Firearm Homicides: A Six Year Perspective. Journal of Trauma 47:1173, 1999.

114. Reilly PM, Lee SY, Gracias VH, Singer M, Rotondo MF, Schwab CW: The Role of Computed Tomography in the Evaluation of Penetrating Neck Trauma. American Association for the Surgery of Trauma, 1999.

115. Garrison HG, Gough SB, Swanson MS, Cunningham P, Rotondo MF: The Effect of the "STAF" Model in Reducing Preventable Mortality in a Rural Region. Journal of Trauma 49(6):1170, 2000.

116. Kim VB, Albrecht RJ, Young JA, Brown PM, Sun YS, Rotondo MF, Cunningham PR, Nifong W, Chitwood WR: Methylene Blue (MB) Improves Tissue Perfusion During Class IV Hemorrhagic Shock in Dogs. Journal of Trauma 49(6): 1167, 2000.

117. Johnson JW, Gracias VH, Schwab CW, Reilly PM, Kauder DR, Dabrowski GP, Rotondo MF:  Evolution in Damage Control (DC) with Exsanguinating Penetrating Abdominal Injury (PAI).  Journal of Trauma 49(6):1166, 2000.

118. Barrow IM, Hough M, Rastatter MP, Walker M, Holbert D, Rotondo M:  Within Category Naming in Mild Traumatic Brain Injured and Normal Adults. Journal of Trauma 51(6):1234, 2001.

119. Watts D, Fakhry S, Scalea T, Cooper C, Wahl W, Ahrns K, Carrillo E, Lukan J, and EAST Multi-institutional HVI Research Group: Blunt Hollow Viscus Injury (HVI) and Small Bowel Injury (SBI):  Prevalence, Mortality, and Morbidity Results from a Large Multi-Institutional Study. Journal of Trauma 51(6):1233, 2001.

120. Fakhry S, Watts D, Clancy K, Peitzman A, Morken J, Ney A, Knotts B, Shreve W, and EAST Multi-Institutional HVI Research Group: Diagnosing Blunt Small Bowel Injury (SBI): An Analysis of the Clinical Utility of Computerized Tomography (CT) Scan from a Large Multi-Institutional Trial.  Journal of Trauma 51(6):1232, 2001.

121. Fakhry S, Watts D, Daley B, Enderson B, Liu T, Moore F, Bilello J, Davis J, and EAST Multi-Institutional HVI Research Group: Current Diagnostic Approaches Lack Sensitivity in the Diagnosis of Perforating Blunt Small Bowel Injury (SBI): Findings from a Large Multi-Institutional Trial. Journal of Trauma 51(6):1232, 2001.

122. Watts D, Fakhry S, Pasquale M, Kurek S, Malhotra A, Fabian T, Boulanger B, and EAST Multi-Institutional HVI Research Group: Motor Vehicle Crash (MVC) and Abdominal Seatbelt Mark as Risk Factors for Perforating Small Bowel Injury (SBI): Results from a Large Multi-Institutional Study. Journal of Trauma 51(6):1232, 2001.

123. Toschlog EA, Rotondo MF, Blount K, Pender J, Sagraves SG, Schenarts PJ, Bard MR: Clinical Predictors of Sub-therapeutic Aminoglycoside Levels in Trauma Patients Undergoing Once-Daily Dosing. Journal of Trauma 53(6):1204, 2002.

124. Sagraves SG, Rotondo MF, Toschlog EA, Schenarts PJ, Bard MR: Brief Interval Transfer (BIT): The Morbid Consequence of Delay to the Trauma Center in a Rural Patient Demographic.  Journal of Trauma 53(6):1209, 2002.

125. Toschlog EA, Spain T, Walker J, Crowder G, Barrett A, Joyner M, Rotondo MF:  Characterization of Trauma Patients “Lost To Follow-Up”. Journal of Trauma 53(6):1214, 2002.

126. Ghiassi S, Sun YS, Scott CM, Nifong LW, Rotondo MF, Chitwood WR: Methylene Blue Enhances Resuscitation after Refractory Hemorrhagic Shock. Journal of Trauma 53(6):1211, 2002.

127. Chiu WC, Scalea TM, Rotondo MF: Summary Report on Current Clinical Trauma Care Fellowship Training Programs: Update 2003. Journal of Trauma 56(1):233, 2004.

128. Fugate M, Bard MR, Goettler CE, Toschlog EA, Sagraves SG, Schenarts PJ, Newell MA, Rotondo MF: Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome: Turning Minor Injuries into Major Problems.  EAST 18th Annual Scientific Assembly. Journal of Trauma 57(6):1380, 2004.

129. Sagraves SG, Fugo J, Bard MR, Goettler CE, Schenarts PJ, Toschlog EA, Newell MA, Bowen J, Rotondo MF: Beta Blockade: Is it Safe in Elderly Trauma Patients? Critical Care Medicine. Supplement 33(12): A41, December 2005.

130. Schenarts PJ, Toschlog EA, Bard MR, Sagraves SG, Goettler CE, Newell MA, Rotondo MF: Surgical Resident Perceptions of Trauma/Critical Care Surgeons. Critical Care Medicine. Supplement 33(12): A71, December 2005.

131. Goettler CE, Briggs SE, Bard MR, Toschlog EA, Sagraves SG, Schenarts PJ, Newell MA, Rotondo MF: High-Frequency Oscillatory Ventilation (HFOV) as a Rescue Maneuver for Adult Respiratory Distress Syndrome (ARDS) in Trauma Patients. Critical Care Medicine. Supplement 33(12): A115, December 2005.

132. Toschlog EA, Allen N, Briggs SE, Bard MR, Schenarts PJ, Goettler CE, Sagraves SG, Newell MA, Rotondo MF: Cefepime Continuous Infusion (CVD) for Ventilator Associated Pneumonia (VAP). Critical Care Medicine. Supplement 33(12): A171, December 2005.

133. Toschlog EA, Rotondo MF, Briggs SE, Sagraves SG, Schenarts PJ, Bard MR, Goettler CE, Newell MA: Intensive Care Unit (ICU) Bedside Surgery: A Cost Effective Approach. Critical Care Medicine. Supplement 33(12): A175, December 2005.

134. Newell MA, Rotondo MF, Toschlog EA, Sagraves SG, Schenarts PJ, Bard MR, Goettler CE: The Elderly Trauma Patient: An Investment for the Future? Journal of Trauma. 60(1): 252, January 2006.

135. Toschlog EA, Goettler CE, Bard MR, Newell MA, Sagraves SG, Schenarts PJ, Rotondo MF: Free Peritoneal Fluid (FF) without Solid Organ Injury on Computerized Tomography (CT) Following Blunt Trauma: Predictors of Therapeutic Laparotomy (TL). Journal of Trauma. 60(1): 253, January 2006.

136. Rotondo MF, Bard MR, Sagraves SG, Toschlog EA, Schenarts PJ, Goettler CE, Newell MA, Robertson MJ: What Price Commitment – What Benefit? The Cost of a Saved Life in a Developing Level I Trauma Center. The Journal of Trauma, 61(2):489, August 2006.

137. Toschlog EA, Newton C, Newell MA, Goettler CE, Schenarts PJ, Bard MR, Sagraves SG, Rotondo MF: Morbidity Reduction in Critically Ill Trauma Patients Through the Use of a Computerized Insulin Infusion Protocol: A Preliminary Study.  The Journal of Trauma, 61(2): 502, August 2006.

138. Duchesne JC, McSwain, NE, Cotton BA, Dellavolpe J, Marr AB, Gonzalez EA, Hunt JP, Phelan HA, Bilski T, Greiffenstein P, Barbeau JM, Baker CC, Brohi K, Jenkins DH, Rotondo, MF: Damage Control Resuscitation: The New Face of Damage Control.  Submitted to The Journal of Trauma 2008. 

139.  Sagraves SG, Schlitzkus LL, Newell MA, Watkins F, Gee A, Rotondo MF: Field Oxygenation Monitoring Predicts Mortality in Trauma Patients.  Submitted to American Association for the Surgery of Trauma 2009 Annual Meeting.

140. Waibel BH, Schlitzkus LL, Sagraves SG, Rotondo MF: Rewarming Trauma Patients During Emergent Operations.  Submitted to American Association for the Surgery of Trauma 2009 Annual Meeting.

141. Schlitzkus LL, Waibel BH, Newell MA, Durham CA, Sagraves, Rotondo MF: Hypothermia and the Rural Adult Trauma Patient.  Submitted to American College of Surgeons 2009 Annual Congress.  

BOOKS
142. Schenarts PJ and Rotondo MF (Senior Editors). The Richard E. Dean ABSITE Review Manual.  Junior
        Resident Edition, East Carolina Press, 2007.

143. Schenarts PJ and Rotondo MF (Senior Editors). The Richard E. Dean ABSITE Review Manual. Senior Resident Edition, East Carolina Press, 2007.

144. Schenarts PJ and Rotondo MF (Senior Editors). The Richard E. Dean ABSITE Review Manual.  Junior
        Resident Edition, East Carolina Press, 2008.


BOOK CHAPTERS
145. Rotondo MF: The Physiology of Transfusion Therapy (Chapter 6). In: Essentials of Basic Science in Surgery, Savage E, Fishman S, Miller L (eds). Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1993.

146. Porter JM, Rotondo MF: Visceral Injury - Trauma Section, Schwab CW, ed. In: Current Opinion in General Surgery, Daly, John (ed). Philadelphia: Lippincott, 1993.

147. Phillips GR, Rotondo MF, Schwab CW: Complications in Transfusion Therapy. In:  Complications in Trauma and Critical Care, Maull K, Wiles C, Rodriguez A (eds). Philadelphia:  Saunders, 1994.

148. Kauder DR Schwab CW, Rotondo MF: "Damage Control": In: Textbook of Penetrating Trauma, lvatury R, Cayten C (eds). Philadelphia: Lea & Febiger, 1996, pp 717-725.

149. Grossman MD, Rotondo MF: Acute Abdominal Processes. In: Critical Care Medicine – Perioperative Management. Murray MJ, Cousin DB, Pearl RG, Prough DS (eds). New York: Lippincott-Raven Publishers, 1996.

150. Phillips GR, Rotondo MF, Schwab CW: Transfusion Therapy. In: Complications in Trauma and Critical Care.  Maull K, Wiles C, Rodriguez A (eds). Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders, 1996.

151. Haskell RM, Frankel HF, Rotondo MF: Differential Diagnosis of Agitation in the Hospitalized Adult. In: AACN Clinical Issues: Advanced Practice in Acute and Critical Care. Szaflarsi N (eds).  Philadelphia: Lippincott-Raven 8(3):335-350, 1997.

152. Haskell RM, Baruta B, Rotondo MF, Frankel HF: Differential Diagnosis of Hypothermia in the Hospitalized Adult. In: AACN Clinical Issues: Advanced Practice in Acute and Critical Care,  Szaflarsi N (eds). Philadelphia: Lippincott-Raven 8(3):368-382, 1997.

153. Rotondo MF, Zonies DM: The Damage Control Sequence and Underlying Logic. In: Surgical Clinics of North America, Damage Control Surgery, Mattox KL, Hirshberg A (eds). Philadelphia: Mosby 77(4): 761-777, 1997.

154. Grossman MD, Rotondo M: Acute Abdominal Conditions in the Patient in the Intensive Care Unit. In: Critical Care Medicine: Perioperative Management. Murray MJ, Coursin DB, Pearl RG, Prough DS (eds). Philadelphia: Lippincott-Raven Publishers 1997.

155. Rotondo MF, Hoff WS: The Management of Liver Injury. In: Current Surgical Therapy, Cameron JL (ed). Philadelphia: Mosby, 1998.

156. Rotondo MF: Abdominal Injury - Damage Control. In: The Trauma Manual, Peitzman AB, Rhodes M, Schwab CW, Yealy DM (eds). New York: Little Brown & Company, 1999.

157. Rotondo MF, Reilly PM: Bleeding and Coagulation Complications. In: Trauma, 4th Edition, Mattox KL, Feliciano DV, Moore EE (eds). New York: McGraw-Hill, 2000.

158. Nance ML, Rotondo MF: Abdominal Trauma. In: The Intensive Care Unit Manual, Lanken PN, Hanson III, CW, Manaker S (eds). Philadelphia: Saunders, 2001.

159. Rotondo MF:  Damage Control. In: The Trauma Manual, 2nd Edition, Peitzman AB, Rhodes M, Schwab CW, Yealy DM, Fabian TC (eds). Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins, 2002.

160. Rotondo MF, Reilly PM: Bleeding and Coagulation Problems. In: Trauma Manual, 4th Edition, Moore EE, Mattox KL, Feliciano DV (eds). New York: McGraw-Hill, 2003.

161. Rotondo MF: Trauma Damage Control Commentary. In: Trauma, 5th Edition, Moore EE, Feliciano DV, Mattox KL (eds). New York: McGraw-Hill, 2004.

162. Rotondo MF and Goettler CE: Retroperitoneal Injuries: Kidney and Ureter. In: Current Surgical Therapy, 8th Edition, Cameron JL (ed.). Philadelphia: Elsevier Mosby, 2004.

163. Rotondo MF: Technical Operative Procedures: How I Do It. Packing Techniques and Vac Pack Abdominal Wall Closure after Damage Control. In: Advanced Trauma Operative Management:  Surgical Strategies for Penetrating Trauma.  Jacobs LM, Gross RI, and Luk SS (eds).  Woodbury: Cine-Med, Inc, 2004.

164. Rotondo MF: Technical Operative Procedures: How I Do It. Exposure and Management of Grade V Renal Injury. In: Advanced Trauma Operative Management: Surgical Strategies for Penetrating Trauma. Jacobs LM, Gross RI, and Luk SS (eds). Woodbury:Cine-Med, Inc, 2004.

165. Rotondo MF: Technical Operative Procedures: How I Do It. Supraceliac Aortic Control and Skin Only Closure after Damage Control. In: Advanced Trauma Operative Management: Surgical Strategies for Penetrating Trauma. Jacobs LM, Gross RI, and Luk SS (eds).  Woodbury:Cine-Med, Inc, 2004.

166. Balogh Z, Moore FA, Goettler CE, Rotondo MF, Schwab CW: Surgical Management of Abdominal Compartment Syndrome. In: Abdominal Compartment Syndrome. Ivatury, Cheatham, Malbrain, and Sugrue (eds). Landes BioScience, 2005 

167. Goettler CE, Rotondo MF, and Schwab CW: Surgical Management of the Open Abdomen After Damage Control or Abdominal Compartment Syndrome. In: Abdominal Compartment Syndrome. Ivatury, Cheatham, Malbrain, and Sugrue (eds). Landes BioScience, 2005. 

168. Britt LD, Rotondo MF: Acute Care Surgery: A Proposed Curriculum. In: Acute Care Surgery Principles and Practice. Britt, Trunkey, and Feliciano (eds). Springer Science + Business Media, LLC, pp. 752-753, 2007.

169. Toschlog EA, Sagraves SG, Rotondo MF: Damage Control. In: The Trauma Manual, 3rd edition.  Peitzman A, Rhodes M, Schwab CW, et al (eds.). Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2008.

170. Newell M, Gracias V, Rotondo MF: C: Pre-hospital Fluid Resuscitation: What Type, How Much and Controversies.  In: Current Therapy of Trauma and Surgical Critical Care. Asensio JA and Trunkey DD (eds.), Philadelphia, PA: WB Saunders/Elsevier, pp. 63-67, 2008.

171. Toschlog EA, Sagraves SG, Rotondo MF: Airway Control. In: Trauma Sixth Edition. Feliciano DV, Mattox KL, Moore EE (eds.)., New York, NY: McGraw Hill, pp. 187-211, 2008.

172. Rotondo MF, Newell MA: Pancreatic and Duodenal Injuries.  In: Current Surgical Therapy Ninth Edition.  Cameron JL (ed), Philadelphia, PA: Mosby Elsevier, pp. 992-996, 2008.

173. Rotondo MF, Goettler CE: The Open Abdomen. In: Surgery: Basic Science and Clinical Evidence. Norton JA, Barie PS, Bollinger RR, et al (eds.). Springer.

174. Guillermo C, Schwab CW, Liao A, Rotondo MF: Damage Control.  In: TRAUMA 2nd Edition.  Solicitelos (ed). Ciudad de Panama: Distribuna Editorial, Chapter 4, pp 535-542, 2008.

175. Goettler CE, Rotondo MF: Emergency Chest Surgery.  In: Acute Care Surgery: A Guide for General Surgeons.  Gracias VH, McKenney MG, Reilly PM, Velmahos GC (eds).  New York, NY: McGraw-Hill Medical: Chapter 4, pp 33-52, 2009

EDUCATIONAL MATERIALS (CD-ROM, Audiotapes, Web-Based)
176. Rotondo MF: "Abdominal Compartment Syndrome"  Audio-Digest General Surgery, Vol. 48, No. 11, Audio-Digest Foundation, June 7, 2001, pg. 1-2.

177. Toschlog EA, Dulabon GR, and Rotondo MF: Shock. In: Unbound Surgery, TN Pappas, GP Purcell (eds). Unbound Medicine, 2004, www.unboundsurgery.com.

178. Rotondo MF: “Best Trauma Literature of the Last Year”. EMRAP 2004b Vol 4. No. 4. Copyright 2004.

179. Rotondo MF: “Education/Prevention/Epidemiology/Socioeconomic/Ethics”, AAST 2003 Professor Rounds for Poster Session Summary. Department of Surgery University of California San Diego Medical Center Copyright 2004, Disc Two.

180. Rotondo MF and the EAST Future of Trauma Surgery Committee: “The Position of the Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma on the Future of Trauma Surgery”. Copyright 2005. http://www.east.org/tpg/futureposition.pdf.

MONOGRAPHS
181. Jacobs LM, Trauma Leadership Forum: “ATS Trauma Leadership Forum: Trauma Systems Survival – Manpower Issues”. April 2003.

182. Jacobs LM, Trauma Leadership Forum: “ATS Trauma Leadership Forum: End-of-Life Issues – Quality, Availability and Ethics”. December 2003.

183. Jacobs L, Burns K, Teter H, Trauma Leadership Forum: “ATS Leadership Forum Outlines Actions for Improving End-of-Life Care”, February 2004.

184. The Coalition for American Trauma Care Washington Report: Professional Organization Addresses Impending Critical Shortage of Surgeons to Care for the Injured, Vol 7. No. 14.  August 2005.

185. Rotondo MF, Mackersie RC, Cooper G, Sanddal T, Sanddal ND, Wielgosz M: 2006 VRC Data Extraction – A Report to HRSA, May 2006.

186. Schlitzkus LL, Schenarts PJ, Rotondo MF: Personal Achievement and Team Success: Where is the Balance Point? FOCUS on Surgical Education.  Fall/Winter 2007.

187. University of California San Francisco, Center for the Health Professions: EMS/NHTSA – EMS Workforce for the 21st Century:  A National Assessment.  Final Report, June 2008. 

188. Schlitzkus, L., Rotondo MF. XXI PanAmerican Trauma Congress: “Damage Control: Indications, techniques, and difficulties”, November 2008.


Abstract Presentations/Invited Discussions
January 13, 2009
Invited Discussant: "Landing the Next Job: Where Preparation Meets Opportunity"
21st Annual Scientific Assembly of the Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma 
Disney's Yacht & Beach Club Resort
Lake Buena Vista, Florida

December 3, 2008
 Invited Discussant: ”Abdominal Complications Following Severe Burns”
 The Southern Surgical Meeting
 The Breakers
 West Palm Beach, FL

December 1, 2008
Invited Discussant: ”Genetic Variation in the Autonomic Nervous System Impacts Mortality- A Study of 1095 Trauma Patients”
 The Southern Surgical Meeting
 The Breakers
 West Palm Beach, FL

November 7, 2008
 Invited Discussant: ”Proven and promising practice recommendations-Open Forum”
 San Diego Day of Trauma
 Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice on the Campus of the University of San Diego
 San Diego, CA

November 7, 2008
 Invited Discussant: “Historical Perspective”
 San Diego Day of Trauma
 Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice on the Campus of the University of San Diego
 San Diego, CA

November 7, 2008
 Moderator:” Session III Damage Control in the 21st Century”
 San Diego Day of Trauma
 Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice on the Campus of the University of San Diego
 San Diego, CA

November 7, 2008
 Invited Discussant:” How should we manage hemorrhagic shock in the US?”
 San Diego Day of Trauma
 Joan B. Kroc Institute for Peace and Justice on the Campus of the University of San Diego
 San Diego, CA

October 16, 2008
 Presenter: “Damage Control Laparotomy; How we started and how I changed my practice”
  American College of Surgeons
  ACS COT Trauma Symposium
  94thAnnual Clinical Congress
  San Francisco, California

October 15, 2008
 Presenter: “Tricks of the Trade for Bad Liver Injuries”
  American College of Surgeons
  ACS COT Trauma Symposium
  94thAnnual Clinical Congress
  San Francisco, California

October 15, 2008
 Speaker: “Economic Consideration to the Practice, to the Hospital, to the National Economy”
  American College of Surgeons
  ACS COT Trauma Symposium
  94thAnnual Clinical Congress
  San Francisco, California

October 14, 2008
 Co-Moderator: “Good Trauma Care Under Difficult Conditions”
  American College of Surgeons
  ACS COT Trauma Symposium
  94thAnnual Clinical Congress
  San Francisco, California

September 24-27, 2008
Invited Discussant: ”Improving Mortality Predictions in Trauma Patients Undergoing Damage Control Strategies”
 The American Association for the Surgery of Trauma 67th Meeting (AAST)
 The Grand Wailea Resort
 Maui, Hawaii

August 11, 2008
Invited Discussant:  “An Analysis of In-Hospital Deaths at a Modern Combat Support Hospital-LTC Matthew Martin, MD et. al.”
 Advanced Technology Applications for Combat Casualty Care (ATACCC) 2008
Tradewinds Beach Resort
St. Pete Beach, Florida

May 9, 2008
Invited Discussant: “Inclusiveness: The Framework for Reducing Rural Trauma Death and Disability”
 National Rural Health Association
 Sheraton New Orleans
 New Orleans, Louisiana

February 11, 2008
 Invited Discussant: “Management of the Open Abdomen: Bridging the Gap”
  Southeastern Surgical Congress
  The Sheraton Birgmingham Hotel
  Birgmingham, Alabama

September 27, 2007
 Co-Director, Luncheon Seminar: “Open Abdomen: Have We Gone too Far?”
  American Association for the Surgery of Trauma 66th Meeting
  JW Marriott Las Vegas Resort & Spa at Summerlin
  Las Vegas, Nevada

March 26, 2007
 Panelist: “Case Management – Rural Perspective”
  Trauma, Critical Care & Acute Care Surgery 2007
  Caesars Palace
  Las Vegas, Nevada
February 24, 2007
 Panelist: “Case Discussions”
  Austrauma 2007 International Trauma & Critical Care Conference
  Sydney, Convention Centre, Darling Harbour
  Sydney, Australia

February 12, 2007
Invited Discussant: “Colonic Resection in the Setting of Damage Control Laparotomy: Is Delayed Anastomosis Safe?”
 The Southeastern Surgical Congress Annual Scientific Meeting
 The Westin Savannah Harbor
 Savannah, GA

January 18, 2007
Moderator: Sunrise Session No. 5: “Current Topics in Rural Trauma Care: Functioning on Limited Resources”
 20th Annual Scientific Assembly of the Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma
 Sanibel Harbour Resort and Spa, Fort Myers, Florida 

January 17, 2007
Invited Discussant: “Diminishing Trauma Operative Experience During General Srugery Residency: An Institutional and National Dilemma”
 20th Annual Scientific Assembly of the Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma
 Sanibel Harbour Resort and Spa
 Fort Myers, Florida

December 6, 2006
 “Weighing the Influence of Body Mass Index on Outcomes in Critically Injured Blunt Trauma Patients”
  118th Annual Session of the Southern Surgical Association
  The Breakers
  Palm Beach, Florida

November 6, 2006
 Expert Panelist: Complex Trauma Case Presentations
  Critical Care and Trauma Symposium
  Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel
  Boston, Massachusetts

September 28, 2006
“What Price Commitment - What Benefit? The Cost of a Saved Life in a Developing Level 1 Trauma Center”
 American Association for the Surgery of Trauma 65th Meeting
 New Orleans, Louisiana

February 20, 2006
 Video Discussant: “Operative Exposure and Repair for Penetrating Neck Trauma”
  Southeastern Surgical Congress Annual Scientific Meeting
  Orlando, Florida

January 11, 2006
 Scientific Session I - Alexander Competition Presiding w/Patrick Reilly, MD
  EAST 19th Annual Scientific Assembly
  Orlando, Florida

January 11, 2006
Plenary Session Panel w/Paul Cunningham, MD & Michael Rhodes, MD: “Emergency Surgery: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly”
  EAST 19th Annual Scientific Assembly
  Orlando, Florida

October 20, 2005 
 Moderator: “Minimally Invasive Surgery and Interventional Radiology in Trauma”
  American College of Surgeons
  ACS COT Trauma Symposium
  91st Annual Clinical Congress
  San Francisco, California

September 22, 2005
Invited Discussant: “Aggressive Surveillance and Early Catheter Directed Therapy in the Prevention of Abdominal Compartment Syndrome”
 American Association for the Surgery of Trauma 64th Meeting
 Atlanta, Georgia

February 15, 2005
Invited Discussant: “All Terrain Vehicle Injury: Are They Dangerous? A Six Year Experience at a Level I Trauma Center Following Expiration of Industry Regulations”
Southeastern Surgical Congress
New Orleans, Louisiana

January 16, 2005
Moderator: Plenary Session: “Paradigm Shifts in a Sea of Change - The Findings of the EAST Future of Trauma Surgery Committee”
 EAST 18th Annual Scientific Assembly
 Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

September 29, 2004
 Invited Discussant: “Complications After 344 Damage Control Open Celiotomies” 
 American Association for the Surgery of Trauma
  Maui, Hawaii

May 24, 2004
 Panelist: “Difficult Case Management Panel”
 American College of Surgeons
Trauma and Critical Care 2004
  Point/Counterpoint XXIII
  Atlantic City, New Jersey

April 1, 2004
Invited Discussant: “Difficult Clinical Scenarios in Trauma”
 Trauma Association of Canada Annual Scientific Meeting
Mont Tremblant, Quebec, Canada

April 1, 2004
 Panelist: “Case Discussions”
  The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada
Trauma Association of Canada
  Annual Scientific Meeting
  Mont Tremblant, Quebec, Canada
February 1, 2004
Invited Discussant: “Predicting In-Hospital Mortality in the Surgical Intensive Care Unit: Do the Number of Acquired Infections Have Prognostic Value?”
 Southeastern Surgical Congress
  Atlanta, Georgia

October 19, 2003
Invited Discussant: “Defining a Future of Trauma Surgery as a Comprehensive Emergency Surgery Service”
Quality, Outcomes & Cost I
American College of Surgeons, Chicago, Illinois

September 11, 2003
Invited Discussant: “Decompressive Laparotomy to Treat Intractable Intracranial Hypertension after Traumatic Brain Injury”
American Association for the Surgery of Trauma
63rd Annual Meeting
Minneapolis, Minnesota

January 15, 2003
 “Survey of Trauma Surgeons Practice in the Early Evaluation of Stable Patients
  with Blunt Abdominal Injury”
  Plenary Session  
 Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma
  Sixteenth Scientific Assembly
  Fort Myers, Florida

January 17, 2003
Invited Discussant: “Acute Postconcussive Complications of Mild Traumatic Brain
Injury in Blunt Trauma Patients”
Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma
Sixteenth Scientific Assembly
Fort Myers, Florida

October 7, 2002
 Moderator: “Abdominal Compartment Syndrome”
  Contemporary Surgery Symposium, Moderator
  American College of Surgeons Annual Clinical Congress
  San Francisco, California

October 24, 2000
 Invited Discussant: "Damage Control"
  Contemporary Surgery Symposium
  American College of Surgeons
  Eighty-Sixth Annual Clinical Congress
  Chicago, Illinois

October 13, 2000
 Invited Discussant: "The Immunomodulatory Effects of Damage Control Abdominal
  Packing On Local and Systemic Neutropohil Activity"
  American Association for the Surgery of Trauma
  Sixtieth Annual Meeting
  San Antonio, Texas

December 6, 1999
 Invited Discussant: "Focused Abdominal Ultrasound for Trauma - Cumulative Sum
  Analysis of Institutional and Individual Learning Curves", written by J. Fischer.
  Southern Surgical Association
  One Hundred Eleventh Annual Session
  Hot Springs, Virginia

September 24, 1997
Invited Discussant: "Criteria for Operative Bailout in Abdominal Trauma with
Massive Transfusion"
American Association for the Surgery of Trauma
Fifty-Seventh Scientific Assembly
Waikoloa, Hawaii

April 19, 1996
Invited Discussant: “Difficult Case Management”
Eighth Annual Trauma & Critical Care Symposium
Good Samaritan Hospital
Cincinnati, Ohio

February 29, 1996
"Urgent Paralysis for lntubation by an Aeromedical Transport Team: A Critical
Analysis"
The Western Trauma Association
Annual Meeting
Grand Targhee, Wyoming

January 12, 1996
Invited Discussant: "The Open Abdomen: Coverage, Complications, Closure"
 Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma
Ninth Scientific Assembly
Orlando, Florida

January 14, 1995
Invited Discussant: "Leukocyte Modulation Inhibits Endotoxin - Induced
Disruption of lntracellular Calcium Hemostasis"
Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma
 Eighth Scientific Assembly
Sanibel, Florida

December 10, 1994
Invited Discussant: "Multicavity Exsanguination Case Study"
Day of Trauma
Philadelphia College of Surgeons
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

May 10, 1994
Invited Discussant: "Difficult Case Management Studies"
Trauma and Critical Care'94
Point/Counterpoint XIll
Hotel Atop the Bellevue
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

March 26, 1994
Invited Discussant: "Consensus Conference on the Indications for the
Utilization of Neuromuscular Blockades"
Ritz Carlton Hotel 
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania


May 28, 1993
"The Effect of Cocaine on the Acid-Base Balance of Trauma Patients"
Third International Congress of Therapeutic Drug Monitoring and Clinical
Toxicology
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

May 28, 1993
 "Cocaethylene Levels in Patients Treated for Major Trauma"
Third International Congress of Therapeutic Drug Monitoring and Clinical
Toxicology
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

January 14, 1993
"On the Nature of Things Still Going Bang in the Night: An Analysis of
Residency Training in Trauma"
Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma
Sixth Scientific Assembly
Longboat Key, Florida

September 17, 1992
"Damage Control: An Approach for Improved Survival in Exsanguinating Penetrating Abdominal Injury."
American Association for the Surgery of Trauma
Fifty-Second Annual Meeting
Louisville, Kentucky

January 7, 1992
Invited Discussant: "Improved Urban Trauma Patient Diagnosis Related Group
(DRG) Reimbursement Using MCFA Grouper 8.0 (1991) As Opposed to MCFA Grouper 5.0 (1988)"
Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma
Fifth Scientific Assembly
Hamilton, Bermuda

January 6, 1992
Invited Discussant: "Facial Trauma in Motor Vehicle Accidents"
Philadelphia Academy of Surgery
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

LECTURES BY INVITATION
NATIONAL/REGIONAL
D
ecember 16 – 17, 2008
“Rural Trauma Imperative: Silent Killer in America’s Heartland”
Trauma and Critical Care Grand Rounds
  Cedars-Sinai Medical Center
  Los Angeles, CA

November 19 – 22, 2008
“Damage Control: Indications, techniques and difficulties
“Open abdomen techniques: Bogota, Vacpack, VAC, mesh silos
“Complex Extremity Wounding: Priorities and Management
“Lessons Learned in the Iraq War: Review of the Trauma Literature
“Acute Ventilation Strategies in Head Injured Patients
XXI Panamerican Congress-Brazil
Brazil, South America

August 11 – August 12, 2008
In-Hospital Trauma Deaths at a Combat Support Hospital: A Process Improvement Focused Morality 
       Analysis
Advanced Technology for Combat Casualty Care 
St. Petersburg Beach, Florida

July 18 – July 20, 2008
Rural Trauma Imperative
"The vital nature of the critical access hospital'  (injury care; rural trauma)”
Champions for Quality Speaker
Helena, MT

July 11 – 13, 2008
“Damage control Laparotomies”
NC/SC ACS Chapter Joint Annual Meeting
Isle of Palms, SC 

May 8 – 9, 2008
 Emergency Medical Services Workforce for the 21st Century
  Stakeholders Meeting
  NHTSA Headquarters
  Washington, DC 
May 2, 2008
 “Comprehensive Review of Lessons Learned in the Iraq War”
  Visiting Professor
  New Hanover Health Network
  Wilmington, North Carolina

April 28, 2008
 “The Rural Trauma Imperative: Silent Killers in America’s Heartland”
  35th Annual Preston A. Wade Visiting Professor Lectureship
  Weill Cornell Medical College and New York Presbyterian Hospital-
  Weill Cornell Medical Center
  The Department of Surgery
  New York, New York

April 11, 2008
 “Acute Care Surgery: Paradigm Shift in a Changing Sea”
  Visiting Professor/Grand Round Speaker
  Summa Health System
  Akron, Ohio

January 30, 2008
 “Lessons Learned in the Iraq War: Review of the Trauma Literature”
  Distinguished Visiting Surgeon in Combat Trauma Care Program
  Trauma and Critical Care Grand Rounds
Landstuhl Regional Medical Center
  Landstuhl, Germany

January 23, 2008
 “Priorities in Management of Complex Extremity Injuries”
  Distinguished Visiting Surgeon in Combat Trauma Care Program
  Trauma and Critical Care Grand Rounds
  Landstuhl Regional Medical Center
  Landstuhl, Germany

October 30, 2007
 “The Rural Trauma Imperative: The Silent Killer in American’s Heartland”
  2007 National Association of State EMS Officials Annual Meeting
  Minneapolis, Minnesota

October 7, 2007
 “The Rural Trauma Imperative: The Silent Killer in America’s Heartland”
  Surgical Biology Club III Meeting
  American College of Surgeons 93rd Annual Clinical Congress
  New Orleans, Louisiana

September 19, 2007
 “Damage Control Surgery: Revolution and Rejuvenation”
  Visiting Professor
  University of California San Diego
  San Diego, California

September 18, 2007
 “Acute Care Surgery – Paradigm Shift in a Changing Sea”
  Society of General Surgeons
  Atop Symphony Towers
  San Diego, California

August 28, 2007
 “Injury in Rural America”
  Office of Rural Health Policy
  All Programs Meeting
  Grand Hyatt Washington
  Washington, DC 

August 27, 2007
 “Integrating EMS with CAHs”
  Office of Rural Health Policy
  All Programs Meeting
  Grand Hyatt Washington
  Washington, DC

June 22, 2007
 “Acute Care Surgery – Paradigm Shift in a Changing Sea”
  Visiting Professor
  The Trauma Center at Penn
  Philadelphia, PA 

June 21, 2007
 “Damage Control Surgery: Revolution & Rejuvenation”
  Visiting Professor
  St. Luke’s Hospital
  Bethlehem, PA

June 21, 2007
 “The Rural Trauma Imperative: The Silent Killer in America’s Heartland”
  Visiting Professor & Grand Rounds Speaker
  The Trauma Center at Penn
  Philadelphia, PA

May 17, 2007
 “The Rural Trauma Imperative: The Silent Killer in America’s Heartland”
  Keynote Speaker
  UNC May Day Trauma Conference
  University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
  Chapel Hill, NC

April 19, 2007
 “Emergency Medical Services Expanding Role in the Continuum of Care: Present and Future”
  National Conference of State Legislatures Spring Forum
  Hyatt Regency on Capitol Hill
  Washington, DC

March 27, 2007
 “Ventilator Challenges: VAP & ARDS”
  Trauma, Critical Care & Acute Care Surgery 2007
  Caesars Palace
  Las Vegas, Nevada

March 27, 2007
 “Subclavian & Femoral Central Line Complications”
  Trauma, Critical Care & Acute Care Surgery 2007
  Caesars Palace
  Las Vegas, Nevada

February 26, 2007
 “Damage Control - Recent History & Current State”
  Trauma Forum
Auckland City Hospital
  Auckland, New Zealand

February 24, 2007
 “Pancreaticoduodenal Trauma” 
Austrauma 2007 International Trauma & Critical Care Conference
  Sydney, Convention Centre, Darling Harbour
  Sydney, Australia

February 24, 2007
 “Has the Pendulum Swung Too Far”
  Austrauma 2007 International Trauma & Critical Care Conference
  Sydney, Convention Centre, Darling Harbour
  Sydney, Australia

February 23, 2007
 “Should Trauma Doctors be Verified”
  Austrauma 2007 International Trauma & Critical Care Conference
  Sydney, Convention Centre, Darling Harbour
  Sydney, Australia

February 23, 2007
 “Update on ATOM”
  Austrauma 2007 International Trauma & Critical Care Conference
  Sydney, Convention Centre, Darling Harbour
  Sydney, Australia

February 22, 2007
 “The Interface Between Tertiary and Rural Hospitals - The USA Perspective”
  Joint Infectious Diseases and Surgery Meeting
  The Canberra Hospital
  Garran, Australia

February 12, 2007
 Rounding Professor – Grand Round of Posters
 The Southeastern Surgical Congress Annual Scientific Meeting
 The Westin Savannah Harbor
  Savannah, GA

January 19, 2007
 “Damage Control: Revolution and Rejuvenation”
  Sunrise Session No. 12
 20th Annual Scientific Assembly of the Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma
 Sanibel Harbour Resort and Spa
  Fort Myers, Florida

November 17, 2006
 “The Open Abdomen: The Most Challenging Wound”
  XIX Panamerican Trauma Conference
  Cartegena de Indias, Colombia, South America

November 17, 2006
 “The Rural Trauma Imperative: Silent Killer in America’s Heartland”
  XIX Panamerican Trauma Conference
  Cartegena de Indias, Colombia, South America

November 17, 2006
 “Damage Control: Revolution and Rejuvenation”
  XIX Panamerican Trauma Conference
  Cartegena de Indias, Colombia, South America

November 7, 2006
 “Selective Management of Penetrating Neck Injuries”
  Critical Care and Trauma Symposium
  Fairmont Copley Plaza Hotel
  Boston, Massachusetts

October 18, 2006
 “The Rural Trauma Imperative: A Silent Killer in America’s Heartland”
  Grand Rounds Speaker
  Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center
  Hanover, New Hampshire

October 17, 2006
 “The American Farmer: The Bottom of the Food Chain”
  16th Annual DHMC Conference on Trauma
  Dartmouth-Hitchcock Medical Center
  Hanover, New Hampshire

October 8, 2006
“Acute Care Surgery Paradigm Shift in a Changing Sea”
 American College of Surgeons 92nd Annual Clinical Congress
  Chicago, Illinois

September 13, 2006
 “The Rural Trauma Imperative: Silent Killer in America’s Heartland”
Grand Rounds Speaker
East Carolina University Brody School of Medicine Department of Surgery
  Greenville, North Carolina 

August 18, 2006
 “Riding into the Sunset: Where do We Go from Here?”
  Rural and Frontier EMS and Trauma Summit at the Summit
  Big Sky, Montana

August 16, 2006
 “Rural Trauma Imperative: Silent Killer in America’s Heartland”
  Rural and Frontier EMS and Trauma Summit at the Summit
  Big Sky, Montana

May 11, 2006
 “Damage Control Surgery: Revolution and Rejuvenation”
Distinguished Visiting Professor - Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences
  Bethesda, Maryland

April 13, 2006
 “The Rural Trauma Imperative: Reflections of a City Surgeon Leading the Country Life”
Visiting Professor - University of Rochester Medical Center
Rochester, New York

March 30, 2006
 “The Rural Trauma Imperative: Reflections of a City Surgeon Leading the Country Life”
   Visiting Professor - University of Tennessee Graduate School of Medicine
   Knoxville, Tennessee

January 2, 2006
 Presidential Address: “The Rural Trauma Imperative: A Silent Killer in America’s Heartland”
   EAST19th Annual Scientific Assembly
   Orlando, Florida

November 15, 2005
 “Damage Control Laparotomy”
   Western NC Trauma & Critical Care Symposium
   Highland Lake Inn
   Flat Rock, North Carolina

October 16, 2005  
 “Performance-based Compensation: What are the Useful Formulas?”
   Society of Surgical Chairs Annual Meeting 
   San Francisco, California
 
October 17, 2005
“Staged Management for Definitive Reconstruction, Forget the Hocus Pocus - Use Prostheses”
  Plenary Session
American College of Surgeons
  91st Annual Clinical Congress
  San Francisco, California

October 17, 2005 
 “Temporary Closure Techniques”
   Plenary Session
   American College of Surgeons
   91st Annual Clinical Congress
   San Francisco, California

September 22, 2005
Breakfast Session with L.D. Britt: “The Acute Care Surgeon - Practice Domain”
 American Association for the Surgery of Trauma 64th Meeting
 Atlanta, Georgia

September 9, 2005
 “Damage Control Surgery: Revolution and Rejuvenation”
  The Halsted Society 79th Annual Meeting
  Cincinnati, Ohio

June 24, 2005
Keynote Address: “The Rural Trauma Imperative: Reflections of a City Surgeon Leading the Country Life”
 2005 Fellows Graduation & 15th Year Reunion
  University of Pennsylvania Medical Center
  Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

May 13, 2005
“Damage Control”
Visiting Professor - New Hanover Regional Medical Center
 Wilmington, North Carolina

April 18, 2005
 “Multisystem Abdominal Wounds: Who’s on First?”
Postgraduate Course - Multidisciplinary Approaches to Multisystem Trauma: Issues and Priorities
American College of Surgeons Spring Meeting 2005
  Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

April14, 2005
“The Rural Trauma Imperative: Reflections of a City Surgeon Leading the Country Life”
Visiting Professor - R Adams Cowley Shock Trauma Center
 Baltimore, Maryland

April 8, 2005
 “Rural Traumas: Reflections of a City Surgeon Leading the Country Life”
  Hampton Roads Trauma Symposium
  Riverside Regional Medical Center
  Newport News, Virginia

March 29, 2005
 “Emergency Workforce Issues”
  Special Called Task Force by Tom Russell, President of the ACS
  American College of Surgeons
  Chicago, Illinois  

November 18, 2004 
Keynote Address: “The Rural Trauma Imperative: Reflections of a City Surgeon Leading the Country Life”
 New England Regional Trauma Symposium
 Boston, Massachusetts

November 18, 2004
“Case Studies in Complex Injury Management”
 New England Regional Trauma Symposium
 Boston, Massachusetts

November 4, 2004 
 “The Future of Trauma Care:The Changing Paradigm”
 14th Annual Will C. Sealy Surgical Society Trauma Symposium
  Mercer University School of Medicine
  Atlanta, Georgia

October 12, 2004 
 “Damage Control 2004: Who Really Benefits?”
  Postgraduate Course - Controversial Issues in Trauma
  American College of Surgeons Annual Clinical Congress
  New Orleans, Louisiana

October 4, 2004  
 “Panel on Findings of Committee on Trauma State Trauma System Consultation”
  Emergency Medicine Today Conference
  Greensboro, North Carolina

July 17, 2004
 “Quality Improvement in Trauma Care: Integrating Community Providers”
  NC Chapter, American College of Surgeons Annual Meeting
  Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

May 24, 2004
 “Today’s Trauma/Critical Care Surgeon - An Endangered Species?”
  American College of Surgeons
  Trauma and Critical Care 2004
  Point/Counterpoint XXIII
  Atlantic City, New Jersey

May 25, 2004
“Transfer Agreements - What Works, What Doesn’t”
  American College of Surgeons
Trauma and Critical Care 2004
  Point/Counterpoint XXIII
  Atlantic City, New Jersey

April 8, 2004
 “The Uniqueness of the Geriatric Trauma Patient”
  Trauma 2004 Fort Worth
  Fort Worth, Texas 

April 1, 2004
 “Update/Innovations in Damage Control”
  The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada
Trauma Association of Canada
  Annual Scientific Meeting
  Mont Tremblant, Quebec, Canada

April 3, 2004
“State of the Union on the Future of Trauma”
  The Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada
Trauma Association of Canada
  Annual Scientific Meeting
  Mont Tremblant, Quebec, Canada

February 20, 2004
 “Top Trauma Articles of the Past Year”
 American Academy of Emergency Medicine
  Miami, Florida

February 20, 2004
“Tough Trauma Cases For Non-Trauma Center”
 American Academy of Emergency Medicine
  Miami, Florida

February 12, 2004
 “Geriatric Trauma”
  11th Annual Trauma Symposium
  Memorial Regional Trauma Center
 Ft. Lauderdale, Florida

February 12, 2004
“Priorities in Multi-System Case Studies”
  11th Annual Trauma Symposium
  Memorial Regional Trauma Center
  Ft. Lauderdale, Florida
October 4, 2003
 “Damage Control: The Operation That Saves Lives”
 1st Annual Mississippi Trauma Symposium
 Mississippi State Department of Health
  Philadelphia, Mississippi

October 4, 2003
“Trauma Center’s Role in EMS Care”
 1st Annual Mississippi Trauma Symposium
 Mississippi State Department of Health
  Philadelphia, Mississippi

October 4, 2003
“Leadership Role of the Trauma Medical Director”
 1st Annual Mississippi Trauma Symposium
 Mississippi State Department of Health
  Philadelphia, Mississippi

June 20, 2003
 “The Rural Trauma Imperative: The Development of a Level I Trauma Center in a
Rural Region”
108th Annual Session
  Seaboard Medical Association of Virginia & North Carolina
Nags Head, North Carolina

June 20, 2003
 “Challenges in the Management of the Injured Elderly Patient” 
  108th Annual Session
  Seaboard Medical Association of Virginia & North Carolina
  Nags Head, North Carolina

May 23, 2003
 “Trauma at the Extremes of Age”
  Grand Rounds - Visiting Professor
  Orlando Regional Medical Center
  Orlando, Florida

April 29, 2003
 “Trauma at the Extremes of Age”
  Trauma in the 21st Century: Challenges for the Next Decade
  Annual Symposium
  Virginia Commonwealth University Health System
  Richmond, Virginia

April 15, 2003
 “What’s Hot in Trauma: Damage Control”
  Florida Emergency Physicians
  3rd Annual Symposium
  Lake Buena Vista, Florida

April 15, 2003 
“Rural Stabilization: How To Recognize Serious Injury”
  Florida Emergency Physicians
  3rd Annual Symposium
  Lake Buena Vista, Florida

March 23, 2003
 “Challenges in the Community & Rural Trauma Facilities”
  6th Annual Conference 
  Society of Trauma Nurses
  Las Vegas, Nevada

November 1, 2002
 “Management of the Injured Older Patient”
  Geriatric Symposium
  The Geriatric Surgical Patient: Special Perioperative Medical and Surgical
Considerations
Greenville, North Carolina

October 25, 2002
 “Geriatric Trauma: Our Overlooked Patients”
  7th Annual Trauma Center Management Conference
  Trauma Resource Network
  New Orleans, Louisiana

October 25, 2002
“Mega-Outreach:  Making Trauma a Star in Your Constellation of Services”
  7th Annual Trauma Center Management Conference
  Trauma Resource Network
  New Orleans, Louisiana

October 8, 2002
 “Damage Control: Concepts, Conditions and Applications”
Postgraduate Course - Damage Control in Trauma and Emergency Surgery:    
New Applications
  American College of Surgeons Annual Clinical Congress
  San Francisco, California
May 22, 2002
 “Give Worship To The Gods of Jargon and Win: Performance Improvement
 in Surgical Critical Care”
  SICU Lecture
  Yale University School of Medicine
  New Haven, Connecticut

May 22, 2002
 “Damage Control 2002”
  Surgical Grand Rounds - Visiting Professor
  Yale University School of Medicine
  New Haven, Connecticut

May 7, 2002
 “Abdominal Compartment Syndrome: Consequence of Control”
  Surgical Grand Rounds - Visiting Professor
  Hackensack University Medical Center
  Hackensack, New Jersey

April 24, 2002
 “Damage Control 2002”
  Department of Surgery Grand Rounds - Visiting Professor
  The Western Pennsylvania Hospital
  Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

January 16, 2002
 “A Trauma Directors Challenge: Rural Trauma Care”
  15th Scientific Assembly
  Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma
  Orlando, Florida

November 9, 2001
 “Damage Control Surgery”
  12th Annual Trauma/Emergency Symposium
  University of Kentucky
  Lexington, Kentucky

October 10, 2001
 "Damage Control: When and How to Apply"
  Postgraduate Course - Clinical Update in Trauma
  Plenary Session
  American College of Surgeons Annual Clinical Congress
  New Orleans, Louisiana

October 8, 2001
 "Damage Control Laparotomy: A Life Saving Approach"
  Abdominal Compartment Syndrome
  American College of Surgeons Annual Clinical Congress
  New Orleans, Louisiana

July 14, 2001
 "Trauma Care: NC Update & Current Controversies 2001"
  Scientific Program
  NC Chapter of the American College of Surgeons Meeting
  Asheville, North Carolina

May 3, 2001
 "Rural vs. Urban Trauma"
  12th Annual May Day Trauma Conference
  UNC Health Care System
  The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill School of Nursing
  Chapel Hill, North Carolina
April 28, 2001
 "ER Assessment of Abdominal Trauma"
  30th Annual Postgraduate Course in Surgery
  Medical University of South Carolina
  Charleston, South Carolina

April 28, 2001
 "Damage Control"
  30th Annual Postgraduate Course in Surgery
  Medical University of South Carolina
  Charleston, South Carolina

April 6, 2001
 “Damage Control”
 Surgical Grand Rounds - Visiting Professor
  New Hanover Regional Medical Center
  Wilmington, North Carolina

March 16, 2001
 “Abdominal Compartment Syndrome and Management of the Open Abdomen”
  Multidisciplinary Trauma Conference - Visiting Professor
  Carolinas Medical Center
  Charlotte, North Carolina

March 14, 2001
 "Damage Control Update"
  Surgical Grand Rounds - Visiting Professor
  Christiana Care Health System
  Newark, Delaware
 
February 10, 2001
 "Hemodynamic Monitoring in the Critically Ill Patient:"
  12th Annual New Hanover Regional Medical Center Trauma Symposium
  Wilmington, North Carolina

February 3, 2001
 "Abdominal Compartment Syndrome"
  Trauma Issues For the Practicing Surgeon - Postgraduate Course
  Southeastern Surgical Congress
  New Orleans, Louisiana

February 3, 2001
 "Diagnosis of Blunt Abdominal Trauma"
  Trauma Issues For the Practicing Surgeon - Postgraduate Course
  Southeastern Surgical Congress
  New Orleans, Louisiana

November 15, 2000
"Abdominal Compartment Syndrome: Etiology & Pathology, Treatment and Sequale"
  Millennium Surgical Conference
 Sharjah, United Arab Emirates

November 15, 2000
"Early and Late Management of Open Abdomen"
  Millennium Surgical Conference
  Sharjah, United Arab Emirates

November 4, 2000
 "Physiology of Damage Control"
  Swedish Armed Forces Course
Hammaro, Sweden

November 4, 2000
"Vascular"
  Swedish Armed Forces Course
Hammaro, Sweden

November 4, 2000 
"Re-Operation:  Planned and Unplanned"
  Swedish Armed Forces Course
Hammaro, Sweden

May 1, 2000
 "Multiple Trauma Management"
  American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
  Sixteenth Annual Comprehensive Review Course
  Chicago, Illinois

November 10, 1999
"Abdominal Compartment Syndrome"
  Swedish Armed Forces Course
 Hammaro, Sweden

November 10, 1999
 "Vascular Injuries"
  Swedish Armed Forces Course
  Hammaro, Sweden

November 10, 1999
"Reoperation-Planned and Unplanned"
  Swedish Armed Forces Course
  Hammaro, Sweden

October 12, 1999
 "Treatment and Sequale of Abdominal Compartment Syndrome: Early and Late
Management of the Open Abdomen"
  American College of Surgeons
  Eighty-Fifth Annual Clinical Congress
  San Francisco, California

April 11, 1999
“Complex Trauma Wounds: Open Abdomen New Ventilatory Strategies for Acute Lung Injury”
 Trends in Trauma/CV Nursing ’99
 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

April 11, 1999
“Sub-Diaphragmatic Exsanguination”
  Trends in Trauma/CV Nursing ’99
 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

March 19, 1999
“Multiple Trauma Management - Traumatology & Surgical Critical Care for Orthopaedic Surgeons”
 American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
 Fifteenth Annual Comprehensive Review Course
 Chicago, Illinois

January 23, 1999
“Abdominal Compartment Syndrome”
  Society of Critical Care Medicine
  Educational & Scientific Symposium
  San Francisco, California

January 23, 1999
Poster – Professor Walk Rounds
“Trauma, Burns, Hemorrhage”
  Society of Critical Care Medicine
  Educational & Scientific Symposium
  San Francisco, California

January 12, 1999
 “Management & Negotiations”
  Course Creator/Director, Trauma Director’s Development Course
Twelfth Annual Scientific Assembly
Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma
Orlando, Florida

January 12, 1999
 “Trauma Curriculum for Residents & Fellows”
Twelfth Annual Scientific Assembly
Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma
Orlando, Florida

September 14, 1998
“The Injured Elderly”
 Surgical Grand Rounds - Visiting Professor
  Tri-State Emergency Systems
Hamot Medical Center
Erie, Pennsylvania 

June 10, 1998
"Damage Control - Tips for the Unwary"
Point/Counterpoint XVI I
Lake Buena Vista, Florida

June 9, 1998
"Weaning Protocols - Avoiding Reintubation and Relapse"
Point/Counterpoint XVII
Lake Buena Vista, Florida

May 29, 1998
"Trauma Systems"
3rd Annual Adult and Pediatric Symposium
Concepts and Controversies in Trauma
Crozer-Chester Medical Center
Upland, Pennsylvania

March 31, 1998
"Sub-Diaphragmatic Exsanguination"
Trends in Trauma/CV Nursing '98
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

February 19, 1998
"Damage Control"
Surgical Grand Rounds - Visiting Professor
Jefferson Medical College
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

February 18, 1998
"Measuring Injury Outcomes: Pestilence, Disease and Trauma Performance
Improvement"
Trauma Grand Rounds
Hackensack University Medical Center
Hackensack, New Jersey

January 13, 1998
"Trauma Director's Development Course"
Course Creator/Director
Eleventh Annual Scientific Assembly
Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma
Ft. Myers, Florida

November 14, 1997
"Performance Improvement"
Trauma Center 2000 - Benchmarking for the Next Millennium
Harrisburg, Pennsylvania

November 4, 1997
"Trauma Resuscitation Video Review"
Surgical Grand Rounds - Visiting Professor
Hackensack University Medical Center
Hackensack, New Jersey

May 10, 1997
"Resuscitation From A Physiologic Standpoint"
Lehigh Valley Symposium Series VIII
Lehigh Valley Hospital
Allentown, Pennsylvania

May 7, 1997
"Shock Center 2000: Diagnostics in the Trauma Admitting Area"
Trauma Grand Rounds
Hackensack Medical Center
Hackensack, New Jersey
April 25, 1997
"Violence Prevention/Injury Control"
1997 Clinical Care Conference
Sheraton Colony Square Hotel
Atlanta, Georgia

April 12, 1997
"The Big Yellow Bus: Trauma Systems In A World Of Integrated Health Care
Delivery"
The 11th Annual Trauma Symposium
Medical College of Ohio & St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center
Toledo, Ohio

April 12, 1997
“Measuring Injury Outcomes: Pestilence, Disease And Trauma Performance
Improvement"
The 11th Annual Trauma Symposium
Medical College of Ohio & St. Vincent Mercy Medical Center
Toledo, Ohio

March 14, 1997
"Multiple Trauma Management"
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
Thirteenth Annual Comprehensive Review Course
for Orthopaedic Surgeons
Chicago, Illinois

June 19, 1996
"Multi-Cavity Shock: Patterns of Success and Failure"
Trauma Grand Rounds
Hackensack Medical Center
Hackensack, New Jersey

April 25, 1996
"Damage Control: Myth or Magic"
Surgical Grand Rounds
Mercy Catholic Medical Center
Darby, Pennsylvania

April 19, 1996
"Shock Center 2000: Diagnostics in the Trauma Admitting Area"
Eighth Annual Trauma & Critical Care Symposium
Good Samaritan Hospital
Cincinnati, Ohio

April 19, 1996
"Vigilance: The Cornerstone of Critical Care"
Eighth Annual Trauma & Critical Care Symposium
Good Samaritan Hospital
Cincinnati, Ohio

April 18, 1996
"Damage Control: An Approach for Improved Survival in Exsanguinating Penetrating Abdominal Injury."
Visiting Professor - Trauma Grand Rounds
University of Cincinnati
Cincinnati, Ohio

March 21, 1996
"Multiple Trauma Management"
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
Twelfth Annual Comprehensive Review Course
for Orthopaedic Surgeons
Chicago, Illinois

September 15, 1995
"Damage Control: Abdominal Gunshot Wounds."
Trauma Symposium at Conemaugh
Conemaugh Regional Trauma Center
Johnstown, Pennsylvania

April 25, 1995
"Damage Control: An Approach for Improved Survival in Exsanguinating
Penetrating Abdominal Injury."
Surgical Grand Rounds
Lankanau Hospital
Wynnwood, Pennsylvania

March 24, 1995
"Multiple Trauma Management"
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
Eleventh Annual Comprehensive Review Course for Orthopaedic Surgeons
Chicago, Illinois

March 9, 1995
"Damage Control: Perioperative Strategy for Blunt: Penetrating Abdominal
Trauma and Abbreviated Laparotomy."
Clinical Congress
Association of Operating Room Nurses
Chicago, Illinois

February 28, 1995
"Damage Control: An Approach for Improved Survival in Exsanguinating
Penetrating Abdominal Injury."
Surgical Grand Rounds
Tri-State Trauma System
Hamot Medical Center
Erie, Pennsylvania

February 7, 1995
"Damage Control: An Approach for Improved Survival in Exsanguinating
Penetrating Abdominal Injury."
Surgical Grand Rounds
Crozer Chester Medical Center
Chester, Pennsylvania