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The evolution of early editions of the ATLS course are described, including significant changes introduced in the eighth edition and the expanded content provided in the 10th edition of the course.
This article explores the apps that surgeons are using more commonly in clinical practice, for research, and for education and discusses concerns regarding the expanding use of apps in surgical practice. The authors also address apps for patient use and how this technology is changing the delivery of surgical care.
MyATLS, the mobile trauma services app developed by the ACS Committee on Trauma, marks the first time that physicians and first responders to emergency medical situations have access to a mobile ATLS app that is ready for use at the patient’s bedside, in areas of the hospital with restricted Internet access, or in the field.