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    Jay Doucet

    TitleProfessor Of Clinical
    SchoolUniversity of California, San Diego
    Address200 W. Arbor Drive #8896
    CA San Diego 92103
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      Dr. Doucet joined the University of California San Diego Division of Trauma, Surgical Critical Care, Burns and Acute Care Surgery on March 2007. Previously from 2001 to 2003, he served as a Trauma and Surgical Critical Care fellow at UC San Diego Medical Center. He was an attending surgeon at the U.S. Navy Trauma Training Center at Los Angeles County Medical Center / University of Southern California (USC), followed by two years at the University of British Columbia, where he was responsible for expanding the mission of the Canadian Forces Trauma Training Center. Dr. Doucet has served on several overseas tours as a military surgeon in Afghanistan, Bosnia, Saudi Arabia and elsewhere.

      After obtaining his MD from Memorial University of Newfoundland, Canada in 1988, Dr. Doucet served in the Canadian Air Force as a General Duty Medical Officer and Flight Surgeon. In 1991-1992 he was Team Physician to 431 Squadron (The Snowbirds). He is also a pilot and flight instructor. He finished his general surgery training in 1997 and completed a Fellowship and a Master’s Degree program in blood substitutes in 1999 at Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia.

      Dr Doucet is a member of the American Association for Surgery of Trauma (AAST) and Vice-Chair of the American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma for San Diego and Imperial Counties. He is board certified in Surgery and in Surgical Critical Care by the American Board of Surgery.

      Dr. Doucet's areas of special interest and accomplishments are:

      Trauma and surgical critical care
      Prehospital and Combat Casualty care
      Disaster medicine
      Transfusion and Blood Substitutes
      Surgical and Trauma Education and Simulation

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      1. Fischer PE, Bulger EM, Perina DG, Delbridge TR, Gestring ML, Fallat ME, Shatz DV, Doucet J, Levy M, Stuke L, Zietlow SP, Goodloe JM, VanderKolk WE, Fox AD, Sanddal ND. Guidance Document for the Prehospital Use of Tranexamic Acid in Injured Patients. Prehosp Emerg Care. 2016 Sep-Oct; 20(5):557-9. PMID: 26985786.
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      2. Meisinger QC, Brown MA, Dehqanzada ZA, Doucet J, Coimbra R, Casola G. A 10-year restrospective evaluation of ultrasound in pregnant abdominal trauma patients. Emerg Radiol. 2016 Apr; 23(2):105-9. PMID: 26585759.
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      3. Dehqanzada ZA, Meisinger Q, Doucet J, Smith A, Casola G, Coimbra R. Complete ultrasonography of trauma in screening blunt abdominal trauma patients is equivalent to computed tomographic scanning while reducing radiation exposure and cost. J Trauma Acute Care Surg. 2015 Aug; 79(2):199-205. PMID: 26218686.
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      4. Bansal V, Reid CM, Fortlage D, Lee J, Kobayashi L, Doucet J, Coimbra R. Determining injuries from posterior and flank stab wounds using computed tomography tractography. Am Surg. 2014 Apr; 80(4):403-7. PMID: 24887674.
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      5. Kim DY, Regner J, Doucet J, Kobayashi L, Lee J, Coimbra R, Bansal V. Use of ultrasonography during percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy. Am Surg. 2014 Jan; 80(1):E30-2. PMID: 24401510.
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      6. Doucet J, Bulger E, Sanddal N, Fallat M, Bromberg W, Gestring M. Appropriate use of helicopter emergency medical services for transport of trauma patients: guidelines from the Emergency Medical System Subcommittee, Committee on Trauma, American College of Surgeons. J Trauma Acute Care Surg. 2013 Oct; 75(4):734-41. PMID: 24064891.
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      7. Kim DY, Kobayashi L, Costantini TW, Chang D, Fortlage D, Curry T, Wynn S, Doucet J, Bansal V, Coimbra R. Is contrast exposure safe among the highest risk trauma patients? J Trauma Acute Care Surg. 2012 Jan; 72(1):61-6; discussion 66-7. PMID: 22310117.
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      8. Doucet J, Galarneau MR, Potenza BM, Bansal V, Lee JG, Schwartz AK, Dougherty AL, Dye J, Hollingsworth-Fridlund P, Fortlage D, Coimbra R. Combat versus civilian open tibia fractures: the effect of blast mechanism on limb salvage. J Trauma. 2011 May; 70(5):1241-7. PMID: 21610438.
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      9. Doucet J, Hill L, Stout P, Bansal V, Lee J, Fortlage D, Potenza B, Workman P, Coimbra R. The unrecognized danger of a new transportation mechanism of injury--pedicabs. J Safety Res. 2011 Apr; 42(2):131-5. PMID: 21569895.
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      10. Bansal V, Fortlage D, Lee J, Doucet J, Potenza B, Coimbra R. A new clopidogrel (Plavix) point-of-care assay: rapid determination of antiplatelet activity in trauma patients. J Trauma. 2011 Jan; 70(1):65-9; discussion 69-70. PMID: 21217483.
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      11. Costantini TW, Fraga G, Fortlage D, Wynn S, Fraga A, Lee J, Doucet J, Bansal V, Coimbra R. Redefining renal dysfunction in trauma: implementation of the Acute Kidney Injury Network staging system. J Trauma. 2009 Aug; 67(2):283-7; discussion 287-8. PMID: 19667880.
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      12. Tien HC, Battad A, Bryce EA, Fuller J, Mulvey M, Bernard K, Brisebois R, Doucet J, Rizoli SB, Fowler R, Simor A. Multi-drug resistant Acinetobacter infections in critically injured Canadian forces soldiers. BMC Infect Dis. 2007 Aug 14; 7:95. PMID: 17697345; PMCID: PMC1988813.
      13. Rhee P, Nunley MK, Demetriades D, Velmahos G, Doucet J. Tetanus and trauma: a review and recommendations. J Trauma. 2005 May; 58(5):1082-8. PMID: 15920431.
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      14. Doucet J, Hoyt DB, Coimbra R, Schmid-Schönbein GW, Junger WG, Paul L W, Loomis WH, Hugli TE. Inhibition of enteral enzymes by enteroclysis with nafamostat mesilate reduces neutrophil activation and transfusion requirements after hemorrhagic shock. J Trauma. 2004 Mar; 56(3):501-10; discussion 510-1. PMID: 15128119.
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