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Dr. Steven Salzman

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Trauma Surgeon

Phone: (708) ***-****  
Local Address:  Oak Lawn , Illinois , United States
Advocate Christ Medical Center
3075 Highland, Suite 600
Downers Grove , Illinois 60515
United States

Company Description: Oak Brook-based Advocate Health Care (, the largest health care provider in Illinois, is ranked among the nation's top health care systems. A...   more

Employment History


  • MD
  • M.D.
    New York College of Osteopathic Medicine
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Dr. Steven Salzman, the ..., 16 Jan 2015 [cached]
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.
Steven Salzman, ..., 27 Jan 2013 [cached]
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.
"A significant amount of these people ..., 29 Mar 2012 [cached]
"A significant amount of these people who are doing it are requiring some kind of medical attention," Dr. Steve Salzman of Christ Advocate Hospital told Fox Chicago News.
Other outdoor workers guard against effects of Midwest heat wave, 2 Aug 2001 [cached]
Dr. Steven Salzman , a trauma surgeon at Christ Hospital in Oak Lawn , agreed that a little common sense can go a long way in dealing with excessive heat.
My first suggestion would be that if you don't have to go out in the extreme heat , don't , Salzman said.But if you do , use some precautions..
He suggested drinking lots of water both before and during physical activities , since the body can sweat out up to 2½ quarts per hour.
Salzman said heat is the third-leading cause of death among high school athletes , ranking only behind head and neck injuries and heart problems.
High school athletes in Illinois have not begun practice for fall sports yet.But the heat-related death Wednesday of Minnesota Vikings lineman Korey Stringer served as a reminder of the dangers of physical activity in extremely hot weather.
Salzman said people should avoid outside activities whenever possible , especially between peak sunlight hours of 10 a.m. and 2 p.m..
But for many construction workers , working that part of the day can't be avoided.
Salzman said people should also avoid alcohol and caffeine , especially after strenuous activities.
He said alcohol impairs the body's ability to sweat and causes further dehydration , while caffeine works as a diuretic.
After a strenuous activity , you don't want to come into the house and pop open a cold beer , Salzman said.The alcohol actually will cause further dehydration..
He said even sunbathing can lead to a potential deadly situation.
You're laying around in the sun and heat and you fall asleep , Salzman said.You start to sweat while you're laying there , and you lose a lot of fluid..
He said people who have to be outside should continuously rehydrate themselves , making sure they have adequate supplies of water in their bodies.
Salzman said the first signs that someone is experiencing heat exhaustion are weakness , excessive thirst and profuse sweating , which is the body's way of cooling itself internally.
Summer Safety Tips from Advocate Christ Medical Center, 29 Sept 2001 [cached]
"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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