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Tranexamic acid use in severely injured civilian patients and the effects on outcomes: a prospective cohort study.
OBJECTIVE To characterize the relationship between tranexamic acid (TXA) use and patient outcomes in a severely injured civilian cohort, and to determine any differential effect between patients whoExpand
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Contemporary Patterns of Multiple Organ Dysfunction in Trauma
Background: Multiple organ dysfunction syndrome (MODS) is associated with poor outcomes for trauma patients. Different forms of MODS may exist and have different consequences. The ability toExpand
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The Impact of a Pan-regional Inclusive Trauma System on Quality of Care
Objectives: To evaluate the impact of the implementation of an inclusive pan-regional trauma system on quality of care. Background: Inclusive trauma systems ensure access to quality injury care for aExpand
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Early changes within the lymphocyte population are associated with the development of multiple organ dysfunction syndrome in trauma patients
BackgroundEarly survival following severe injury has been improved with refined resuscitation strategies. Multiple organ dysfunction syndrome (MODS) is common among this fragile group of patientsExpand
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Can residents be effective trauma team leaders in a major trauma centre?
OBJECTIVE The overall objective of this study was to compare senior Emergency Department (ED) trainees (residents) with consultant trauma team leaders, assessing their influence on trauma teamExpand
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Meta‐analysis of prognostic factors for amputation following surgical repair of lower extremity vascular trauma
Lower extremity vascular trauma (LEVT) is a major cause of amputation. A clear understanding of prognostic factors for amputation is important to inform surgical decision‐making, patient counsellingExpand
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Improving outcomes in the early phases after major trauma
Purpose of reviewThe scope of this review is to describe what is known about injury outcomes and the principles by which they can be improved by acute phase interventions. Assessing which outcomesExpand
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Developing a trauma care syllabus for intensive care nurses in the United Kingdom: A Delphi study.
BACKGROUND Increased rates of mortality in the intensive care unit (ICU) following injury have been associated with a lack of trauma specific training. Despite this, training relevant to nurses isExpand
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Trauma care : initial assessment and management in the emergency department
1. Introduction. 2. Mechanism of Injury. 3. Initial Assessment and Resuscitation of the Trauma Patient in the Emergency Department. 4. Head Injuries. 5. Chest Injuries. 6. Spinal Cord Injuries. 7.Expand
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Health Outcome after Major Trauma: What Are We Measuring?
Importance Trauma is a global disease and is among the leading causes of disability in the world. The importance of outcome beyond trauma survival has been recognised over the last decade. DespiteExpand
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