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The Trauma Center, 1.1

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Welcome to the inaugural issue of the Trauma Center, a blog carnival covering emergency medicine. I received an overwhelming number of submissions for our first time out and would like to thank everyone who sent in a submission. So without further ado, I bring you...

Fat Doctor gives us a crash course in Japanese in this moving post about the benefits and limitations of virtual critical care.

Our own Sean Donahue, DO shares his experience treating Frank, an uninsured patient, who is a frequent visitor to the Stanford Emergency Department.

"Boarding patients in the ER is a problem, a big problem," says ERnursery. Find out more in this insightful post.

Healthline blogger Dr. Nancy Brown describes how important it is to a family emergency plan in her post In Case of Emergency.

Alexandra shares her personal experience with a staph infection in 2006.

Do you know how to survive a wildfire? Healthline blogger Dr. Paul Auerbach tells us how in this informative post.

TherapyDoc at Everyone Needs Therapy separates fact from misconception in his post Borderline Personality Disorder and the DSM.

Natural disasters and other emergencies can be especially difficult for individuals with chronic illnesses. Healthline blogger and nurse JC Jones reminds diabetics to be prepared for emergencies.

Davex presents discusses many potential treatments for acne scars.

That's it for this time. The next issue of the Trauma Center will come out on Tuesday, November 20th. Thanks for your support.
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The Stanford Emergency Room is the center of emergency care at Stanford University.

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