Tag Archives: Kenji Inaba

What would Kenji Inaba do?

Kenji Inaba, the world’s friendliest trauma surgeon. He’s the surgeon you wish you could call up during a shift with all of your questions. While we can’t give you his cell phone number, we can do the next best thing: have him answer your clinical questions. Take, for instance, his talk last year on permissive hypotension and what is the “goal” systolic blood pressure in bleeding penetrating trauma patients:

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EEM 2014 Top 10 Video Countdown: #3 Lower extremity trauma

I’ll let you in on a little secret. All trauma surgeons are not &*#@. Case in point: Dr. Kenji Inaba. The world’s nicest trauma surgeon enters the EEM 2014 Top 10 countdown at #3.  Years of experience practicing in one of the nation’s busiest and bloodiest trauma centers lends a certain, shall we say, ”credibility” to Kenji’s lecture on penetrating lower extremity trauma. While his lecture contains graphic images and videos, it is packed with several extremely practical clinical pearls. Check out Kenji’s other lectures by ordering your EEM 2014 digital subscription today! Want to see him, and other wildly popular master educators, live?

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