A Nomogram Predicting the Need for Bleeding Interventions after High-Grade Renal Trauma: Results from the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma (AAST) Genitourinary Trauma Study.

@article{Keihani2019ANP,
  title={A Nomogram Predicting the Need for Bleeding Interventions after High-Grade Renal Trauma: Results from the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma (AAST) Genitourinary Trauma Study.},
  author={Sorena Keihani and Douglas Rogers and Bryn E Putbrese and Rachel A. Moses and Chong Zhang and Angela P. Presson and James M. Hotaling and Raminder Nirula and Xian Luo-Owen and Kaushik Mukherjee and Bradley J. Morris and Sarah D. Majercik and Joshua Thomas Piotrowski and Christopher M. Dodgion and Ian Schwartz and Sean Patrick Elliott and Erik S. DeSoucy and Scott A Zakaluzny and Brenton G Sherwood and Bradley A. Erickson and Nima Baradaran and Benjamin N Breyer and Brian Patrick Smith and Barbara U. Okafor and R Ebrahimi Askari and Brandi M Miller and Richard A Santucci and Matthew M. Carrick and Jurek F. Kocik and Timothy Hewitt and Frank N. Burks and Marta E. Heilbrun and Jeremy B Myers},
  journal={The journal of trauma and acute care surgery},
  year={2019}
}
BACKGROUND The management of high-grade renal trauma (HGRT) and the indications for intervention are not well-defined. The American Association for the Surgery of Trauma (AAST) renal grading does not incorporate some important clinical and radiologic variables associated with increased risk of interventions. We aimed to use data from a multi-institutional contemporary cohort to develop a nomogram predicting risk of interventions for bleeding after HGRT. METHODS From 2014 to 2017, data on… CONTINUE READING
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