T. M. Witten

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BACKGROUND Hemorrhage continues to be a leading cause of death from trauma sustained both in combat and in the civilian setting. New models of hemorrhage may add value in both improving our understanding of the physiologic responses to severe bleeding and as platforms to develop and test new monitoring and therapeutic techniques. We examined changes in(More)
Recent large-scale experimental population studies have allowed us to probe the dynamics of survival in the "oldest old" of a small number of biological species. The results of these studies add strong support to the validity of a multiphasic survival/mortality model for population survival as has been previously proposed by a number of investigators. In(More)
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