Part I. Core Principles in Trauma Anesthesia: 1. Trauma epidemiology, mechanisms of injury, and prehospital care John J. Como and Charles E. Smith; 2. Initial evaluation and management Thomas E. Grissom and Robert Sikorski; 3. Airway management Christian Diez and Albert J. Varon; 4. Shock, resuscitation, and fluid therapy Michelle E. Kim and Yvette Fouche; 5. Vascular cannulation Shawn E. Banks and Albert J. Varon; 6. Blood component therapy and trauma coagulopathy Craig S. Jabaley and Roman Dudaryk; 7. General anesthesia for trauma Michael D. Bassett and Charles E. Smith; 8. Regional anesthesia for trauma Monique Espinosa and Sripad Rao; 9. Monitoring the trauma patient Richard McNeer and Albert J. Varon; 10. Echocardiography in trauma Ashraf Fayad and Marie-Jo Plamondon; 11. Coagulation monitoring of the bleeding trauma patient Marc P. Steurer and Michael T. Ganter; 12. Postoperative care of the trauma patient Jack Louro and Albert J. Varon; Part II. Anesthetic Considerations for Trauma: 13. Anesthetic considerations for adult traumatic brain injury K. H. Kevin Luk and Armagan Dagal; 14. Anesthetic considerations for spinal cord injury K. H. Kevin Luk and Armagan Dagal; 15. Anesthetic considerations for ocular and maxillofacial trauma Suneeta Gollapudy and Olga Kaslow; 16. Anesthetic considerations for chest trauma John M. Albert and Charles E. Smith; 17. Anesthetic considerations for abdominal trauma Olga Kaslow; 18. Anesthetic considerations for musculoskeletal trauma Jessica A. Lovich-Sapola and Charles E. Smith; Part III. Anesthetic Management in Special Trauma Populations: 19. Anesthetic management of the burn patient Hernando Olivar and Sam R. Sharar; 20. Anesthetic management of the pediatric trauma patient Ramesh Ramaiah and Sam Sharar; 21. Anesthetic management of the geriatric trauma patient Olga Kaslow and Rachel Budithi; 22. Anesthetic management of the pregnant trauma patient Daria Moaveni and Albert J. Varon.