Early changes within the lymphocyte population are associated with the development of multiple organ dysfunction syndrome in trauma patients

@article{Manson2016EarlyCW,
  title={Early changes within the lymphocyte population are associated with the development of multiple organ dysfunction syndrome in trauma patients},
  author={J. Manson and E. Cole and H. De'Ath and P. Vulliamy and U. Meier and D. Pennington and K. Brohi},
  journal={Critical Care},
  year={2016},
  volume={20}
}
BackgroundEarly survival following severe injury has been improved with refined resuscitation strategies. Multiple organ dysfunction syndrome (MODS) is common among this fragile group of patients leading to prolonged hospital stay and late mortality. MODS after trauma is widely attributed to dysregulated inflammation but the precise mechanics of this response and its influence on organ injury are incompletely understood. This study was conducted to investigate the relationship between early… Expand
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