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Optimizing outcomes in emergency room thoracotomy: a 20-year experience in an urban Level I trauma center.
Firearm suicide: use of a firearm injury and death surveillance system.
Current helmet and protective equipment usage among previously injured ATV and motorcycle riders.
Reliability of physical examination as a predictor of vascular injury after penetrating neck trauma.
Emergency room thoracotomy: updated guidelines for a level I trauma center.
Meandering bullet in the pericardial sac: To remove or not to remove
Meandering Bullet in the Pericardial Sac: to Remove Or Not to Remove
Primary repair of 58 consecutive penetrating injuries of the colon: should colostomy be abandoned?
Penetrating chest trauma: should indications for emergency room thoracotomy be limited?
Surgical cricothyroidotomy in trauma patients: analysis of its use by paramedics in the field.
Selective use of computed tomography and diagnostic peritoneal lavage in blunt abdominal trauma.
Management of Blunt Diaphragmatic Injuries
The Use of 9-1-1: Private Vehicle Transport of Trauma Patients to a Trauma Center
Neurological Consequences of Cerebrovascular Injury
The Use of Absorbable Mesh Wrap in the Management of Major Liver Injuries
The use of an absorbable mesh wrap in the management of major liver injuries.
Improved Gastric PA Control Using Continuous In-situ Monitoring
Nautical accidents. Unique injuries.
The Use of Serum Amylase and Lipase in Evaluating and Managing Blunt Abdominal Trauma
Whipple procedure for trauma: is duct ligation a safe alternative to pancreaticojejunostomy?
Whipple Procedure for Trauma: Is Duct Ligation a Safe Alternative to Pancreaticojejunostomy?
A new technique for exposure of injuries at the confluence of the retrohepatic veins and the retrohepatic vena cava.
A New Technique for Exposure of Injuries At the Confluence of the Retrohepatic Veins and the Retrohepatic Vena Cava
Continuous arteriovenous rewarming: experimental results and thermodynamic model simulation of treatment for hypothermia.
HIV, trauma, and infection control: universal precautions are universally ignored.