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Steven Salzman

Trauma Surgeon

Advocate Christ Medical Center

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Advocate Christ Medical Center

3825 Highland Tower II Suite 306

Downers Grove, Illinois,60515

United States

Company Description

Advocates for the American Osteopathic Association promotes and supports the osteopathic profession. To be the recognized leader in worldwide efforts for the promotion and support of the osteopathic profession through education, advocacy, and collaboration. ...more

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Employment History

Clinical Assistant Professor of Surgery

University of Illinois at Chicago


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Dr. Steven Salzman, the supervising trauma surgeon at Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn on the night Wrana was admitted, testified Thursday he tried to persuade him to have life-saving surgery in "countless conversations" before his death hours later.
"What he kept saying over and over again was 'Let me die, I want to die,' " Salzman said. Salzman said he also was present for an approximately 15-minute conversation on speakerphone that Wrana had with his stepdaughter Sharon Mangerson, who had power-of-attorney and could have overridden Wrana's wishes but did not. "He had a (do-not-resuscitate order), he wanted to die, and I couldn't do anything about it," Salzman said.


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Steven Salzman, MD
Steven Salzman, MD is an attending trauma surgeon at Advocate Christ Medical Center. Dr. Salzman has been instrumental in founding and facilitating the Advocate Christ/ CeaseFire Partnership and currently serves on the organization's Advisory Board. He earned his M.D. at New York College of Osteopathic Medicine, finished his residency in general surgery at Columbia Olympia Fields Hospital, and completed a surgical trauma fellowship at Rush-Cook County Hospital. Dr. Salzman is a clinical assistant professor of surgery at University of Illinois College of Medicine and a frequent Medical Contributor for FOX News.


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"They're waging war in the streets of Chicago and we're losing children every single day," said Dr. Steven Salzman, a trauma surgeon at Advocate Christ Medical Center.


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"Some 7,000 fireworks-related injuries occur in the United States annually," said Dr. Steven Salzman, a trauma surgeon at Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn, Ill. "The most common trauma involves burns or hand and eye injuries."Even legal fireworks, such as sparklers, can be a problem; they can burn at a temperature of 2,000 degrees Fahrenheit.Salzman recommends people follow these precautions in order to have a safe and happy holiday:* Whenever possible, leave fireworks to the professionals.* Read and follow all warnings and instructions.


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It would be like you're getting strangled , and you just can't get air to breathe , said Dr. Steven Salzman , an attending trauma surgeon at Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn.The kid probably did it every single practice , Salzman said.Salzman said it appears Wheeler had a textbook case of what we call an exercise-induced asthma attack'' Friday after completing 10 100-yard sprints , eight 80-yarders and six 60-yarders before the onset of his breathing troubles.I think there is probably some drive for athletes to push themselves harder , Salzman said.Still , he said he and other doctors do not tell their patients to shun rigorous sports.


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