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The Damage Control Orthopedics and External Fixation in traffic accident after 20 Years in the Bosnian War : Our Experience and a Review of the Literature

@inproceedings{Grubor2014TheDC,
  title={The Damage Control Orthopedics and External Fixation in traffic accident after 20 Years in the Bosnian War : Our Experience and a Review of the Literature},
  author={Predrag Grubor and G. Falzarano and A. Medici and M. Grubor and R. Franzese and G. Errico and A. Martino and Vincenzo Lucio Roberto and L. Meccariello},
  year={2014}
}
  • Predrag Grubor, G. Falzarano, +6 authors L. Meccariello
  • Published 2014
  • Introduction: The Damage Control Orthopedics (DCO) with external fixation is the most valuable aid for a surgeon, when a quick and efficient solution to war and civil injuries to the extremities and pelvis is needed. Material and methods: 2462 wounded patients were analyzed in this study. These patients sustained injuries to the extremities, abdomen, thorax and head, and received primary surgical treatment at the Orthopedics and Traumatology Clinic in Banja Luka in the period between September… CONTINUE READING
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