Died of wounds on the battlefield: causation and implications for improving combat casualty care.

@article{Eastridge2011DiedOW,
  title={Died of wounds on the battlefield: causation and implications for improving combat casualty care.},
  author={Brian J. Eastridge and Mark O. Hardin and Joyce A Cantrell and Lynne Oetjen-Gerdes and Tamara Zubko and Craig T. Mallak and Charles E. Wade and John W. Simmons and James L. Mace and Robert L. Mabry and Rose Bolenbaucher and Lorne H. Blackbourne},
  journal={The Journal of trauma},
  year={2011},
  volume={71 1 Suppl},
  pages={
          S4-8
        }
}
BACKGROUND Understanding the epidemiology of death after battlefield injury is vital to combat casualty care performance improvement. The current analysis was undertaken to develop a comprehensive perspective of deaths that occurred after casualties reached a medical treatment facility. METHODS Battle injury died of wounds (DOW) deaths that occurred after casualties reached a medical treatment facility from October 2001 to June 2009 were evaluated by reviewing autopsy and other postmortem… CONTINUE READING

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