Pediatric trauma care with computed tomography—criteria for CT scanning

@article{Muhm2015PediatricTC,
  title={Pediatric trauma care with computed tomography—criteria for CT scanning},
  author={Markus Muhm and Tim Danko and Thomas Henzler and Thomas Luiz and Hartmut Winkler and Thomas Ruffing},
  journal={Emergency Radiology},
  year={2015},
  volume={22},
  pages={613-621}
}
Trauma centers, trauma management concepts, as well as integration of whole-body computed tomography (CT) reduced mortality significantly. The accuracy of a trauma care algorithm with emergency CT in children was evaluated. Data of 71 children with emergency CT were recorded retrospectively. In addition to epidemiological data admission date, kind of CT scan, mechanism of injury, missed diagnoses, injury severity score (ISS), admission to and time on intensive care unit (ICU), and time of… CONTINUE READING
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