Infectious complications of noncombat trauma patients provided care at a military trauma center.


Infectious complications are reported frequently in combat trauma patients treated at military hospitals. Infections in 4566 noncombat related trauma patients treated at a military trauma center were retrospectively reviewed from 1/2003 to 5/2007 using registry data. Burns, penetrating, and blunt trauma accounted for 17%, 19%, and 64%, respectively; the… (More)


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