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Maxillofacial and associated injuries in severely traumatized patients: implications of a regional survey.
The aim of this paper was to study the incidence and causes of facial injuries occurring in conjunction with major trauma, and to examine the role of the maxillofacial surgeon in the management ofExpand
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Preventable deaths among major trauma patients in Mersey Region, North Wales and the Isle of Man.
Preventable and unexpected deaths following injury were identified from among 1088 victims of major injuries arising in a defined population and area during a 12-month period. In hospital, 44 (16 perExpand
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The epidemiology of pelvic fractures in the Mersey Region.
The Mersey Region Trauma Survey was performed over 12 months in 1989 and 1990 to study the epidemiology of trauma in a population of 3,200,000. All deaths from injuries, and all survivors with anExpand
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The epidemiology of major injuries in Mersey Region and North Wales.
A prospective epidemiological study was undertaken to determine the workload and patient characteristics for a putative trauma centre in a large defined area. One thousand and eighty-eight patientsExpand
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Regional audit of pedestrian accident care.
In all, 160 serious pedestrian accidents (ISS > 15 or death), were recorded during a 12-month prospective study of all trauma in a population of 3.2 million. Of these, 35 died at scene, 125 arrivedExpand
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The nutritional status of Auckland children.
The nutritional status of children (and hence the community) was assessed in the five major races in Auckland by height, weight, and head circumference measurements. Under the age of two years SamoanExpand
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A 1 year study of burn injuries in a British Emergency Department.
OBJECTIVES To determine the number of patients attending an Emergency Department with burns and to establish the epidemiology, management and outcome of these cases. METHOD A retrospective study ofExpand
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The utility of post-traumatic skull X-rays.
  • D. Gorman
  • Medicine
  • Archives of emergency medicine
  • 1 September 1987
During two 12-month periods, 12,395 accident and emergency department attenders with head injury were collected. Those characteristics which were significantly more common in head-injured patientsExpand
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Cantharis in the early treatment of minor burns.
The analgesic action of the homeopathic preparation Cantharis in the treatment of minor burns was assessed in a series of 34 patients. Under double blind conditions no statistically significantExpand
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Severe motorcycle injury in Mersey region and North Wales.
Ninety-three patients were involved in serious motorcycle accidents (death or Injury Severity Score more than 15) during a 1-year period among a total of 554 victims of serious road traffic accidentsExpand
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