TRANSFUSION  Volume 56, April 2016

RDCR Symposium fifth year anniversary edition: global prehospital care rooted in a history of military innovation
H.F. Pidcoke and P.C. Spinella

Rationale for the selective administration of tranexamic acid to inhibit fibrinolysis in the severely injured patient
E.E. Moore, H.B. Moore, E. Gonzalez, A. Sauaia, A. Banerjee, and C.C. Silliman

Fibrinolytic shutdown: fascinating theory but randomized controlled trial data are needed
I. Roberts

A proposed field emergency donor panel questionnaire and triage tool
H. Doughty, P. Thompson, A.P. Cap, P.C. Spinella, E. Glassberg, H.S. Eliassen, M. De Pasquale, and G. Strandenes

Dried plasma: state of the science and recent developments
A.E. Pusateri, M.B. Given, M.A. Schreiber, P.C. Spinella, S. Pati, R.A. Kozar, A. Khan, J.A. Dacorta, K.R. Kupferer,
N. Prat, H.F. Pidcoke, V.W. Macdonald, W.W. Malloy, A. Sailliol, and A.P. Cap

Comprehensive review of platelet storage methods for use in the treatment of active hemorrhage
C.E.M. Milford and C.M.C. Reade

The pragmatic randomized optimal platelet and plasma ratios trial: what does it mean for remote damage control resuscitation?
J.D. Yonge and M.A. Schreiber

Coagulation factor concentrate-based therapy for remote damage control resuscitation (RDCR): a reasonable alternative?
M. Maegele

Making whole blood available in austere medical environments: donor performance and safety
H.S. Eliassen, A. A andstad, C. Bjerkvig, T. Fosse, T.A. Hervig, H.F. Pidcoke, and G. Strandenes

The state of the science of whole blood: lessons learned at Mayo Clinic
J.R. Stubbs, M.D. Zielinski, and D. Jenkins

“Blood failure” time to view blood as an organ: how oxygen debt contributes to blood failure and its implications for remote damage control resuscitation
C.K. Bjerkvig, G. Strandenes, H.S. Eliassen, P.C. Spinella, T.K. Fosse, A.P. Cap, and K.R. Ward

Whole blood for hemostatic resuscitation of major bleeding
P.C. Spinella, H.F. Pidcoke, G. Strandenes, T. Hervig, A. Fisher, D. Jenkins, M. Yazer, J. Stubbs, A. Murdock, A. Sailliol, P.M. Ness, and A.P. Cap

Surgical adjuncts to noncompressible torso hemorrhage as tools for patient blood management
J.F. Rappold and G.V. Bochicchio

Mass casualty events: blood transfusion emergency preparedness across the continuum of care
H. Doughty, S. Glasgow, and E. Kristoffersen

NATO Blood Panel perspectives on changes to military prehospital resuscitation policies: current and future practice
T. Woolley, J. Badloe, M. Bohonek, A.L. Taylor, H.E. Heier, and H. Doughty

Where now for transfusion: the evolution of a paradigm and its logical progression
A. Farrugia and D. Starr