Victor Convertino

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Hemorrhagic shock induced by traumatic injury is a leading cause of mortality on the battlefield and in civilian trauma settings. The first hour following injury can be critical to survival, requiring frequent assessment of vital signs and intravascular volume needs. Conventional vital signs, such as heart rate and blood pressure, are generally nonspecific(More)
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