Martin A. Schreiber

Charles Mock1
K S Hansen1
Jay Wayne Meredith1
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  • John B Kortbeek, Saud A Al Turki, Jameel Ali, Jill A Antoine, Bertil Bouillon, Karen Brasel +51 others
  • 2008
The American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma's Advanced Trauma Life Support Course is currently taught in 50 countries. The 8th edition has been revised following broad input by the International ATLS subcommittee. Graded levels of evidence were used to evaluate and approve changes to the course content. New materials related to principles of(More)
BACKGROUND The open abdomen has become a common procedure in the management of complex abdominal problems and has improved patient survival. The method of temporary abdominal closure (TAC) may play a role in patient outcome. METHODS A prospective, observational, open-label study was performed to evaluate two TAC techniques in surgical and trauma patients(More)
INTRODUCTION Pulmonary oedema and impairment of oxygenation are reported as common consequences of haemorrhagic shock and resuscitation (HSR). Surprisingly, there is little information in the literature examining differences in crystalloid type during the early phase of HSR regarding the development of pulmonary oedema, the impact on oxygenation and the(More)
  • Sara E. Moore, Anna Decker, Alan Hubbard, Rachael A. Callcut, Erin E. Fox, Deborah J. del Junco +13 others
  • 2015
Improving the treatment of trauma, a leading cause of death worldwide, is of great clinical and public health interest. This analysis introduces flexible statistical methods for estimating center-level effects on individual outcomes in the context of highly variable patient populations, such as those of the PRospective, Observational, Multi-center Major(More)
Preclinical studies in animals and ex vivo human blood have provided a solid rationale for conducting prospective randomized trials in trauma patients. Small animal models have been utilized to study the efficacy of recombinant activated factor VII (rFVIIa; NovoSeven) in treating thrombocytopenic rabbits and for the reversal of anticoagulation. Safety(More)
BACKGROUND Eighty percent of patients treated medically for gastroesophageal reflux disease relapse after treatment. Many of these patients require indefinite treatment with omeprazole to prevent recurrence. Nissen fundoplication has been shown to be effective, safe and cost effective in the management of gastroesophageal reflux disease. We suggest a(More)
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