Primary blast survival and injury risk assessment for repeated blast exposures.

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BACKGROUND The widespread use of explosives by modern insurgents and terrorists has increased the potential frequency of blast exposure in soldiers and civilians. This growing threat highlights the importance of understanding and evaluating blast injury risk and the increase of injury risk from exposure to repeated blast effects. METHODS Data from more… (More)

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@article{Panzer2012PrimaryBS, title={Primary blast survival and injury risk assessment for repeated blast exposures.}, author={Matthew Panzer and Cameron R Dale Bass and Karin A. Rafaels and Jay K. Shridharani and Bruce P. Capehart}, journal={The journal of trauma and acute care surgery}, year={2012}, volume={72 2}, pages={454-66} }