Determining the wounding effects of ballistic projectiles to inform future injury models: a systematic review.

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INTRODUCTION Penetrating wounds from explosively propelled fragments and bullets are the most common causes of combat injury experienced by UK service personnel on current operations. There is a requirement for injury models capable of simulating such a threat in order to optimise body armour design. METHOD A systematic review of the open literature was… (More)
DOI: 10.1136/jramc-2013-000099

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@article{Breeze2014DeterminingTW, title={Determining the wounding effects of ballistic projectiles to inform future injury models: a systematic review.}, author={Johno Breeze and Allen J. Sedman and Graham James and T W Newbery and Alison Hepper}, journal={Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps}, year={2014}, volume={160 4}, pages={273-8} }