It starts with a paper on sepsis focussing on the concept of hyperoxia in sepsis.
The next paper looks at whether there is a role for tranexamic acid in intracranial haemorrhage - a question which remains unanswered.
Then there is a review paper on tracheobronchial injuries and their management.
The next paper looks at pre-hospital fluids and hartmans or hypertonic fluids. There doesn't appear to be any difference between either fluids in this review article.
Then there is a review article on seat belt injuries which is worth looking at.
The next paper looks at prehospital "Code Red" activation and shows that a simple algorithm can be used to activate massive transfusion accurately in the pre-hospital setting.
The final paper looks at the different types of anticoagulants and reversal agents when patients present with bleeding.
A copy of the slides is below.