Strengthening the trauma chain of survival
A strategy for future trauma research
Ethical and practical issues in trauma care research
The truth about road traffic accidents
The beginning of the end for damage control surgery
Trauma alarmins as activators of damage-induced inflammation
Resuscitative strategies to maintain homeostasis during damage control surgery
Translational barriers and opportunities for emergency preservation and resuscitation in severe injuries
Emerging treatment strategies for trauma-induced coagulopathy
Emerging treatment strategies for trauma-induced coagulopathy ( Br J Surg 2012; 99(Suppl 1): 40–50)
Systematic review and meta-analysis of immediate total-body computed tomography compared with selective radiological imaging of injured patients †
Non-operative management and immune function after splenic injury
Reperfusion strategies in the management of extremity vascular injury with ischaemia
Factors affecting outcome after traumatic limb amputation
Tibial fracture with degloving injury of the foot
Systematic review of multidisciplinary rehabilitation in patients with multiple trauma
Indicators of the quality of trauma care and the performance of trauma systems
Randomized clinical trial comparing the effect of computed tomography in the trauma room versus the radiology department on injury outcomes †
Epidemiological burden of minor, major and fatal trauma in a national injury pyramid
Epidemiological burden of minor, major and fatal trauma in a national injury pyramid ( Br J Surg 2012; 99(Suppl 1): 114–121)
Pupil evaluation in addition to Glasgow Coma Scale components in prediction of traumatic brain injury and mortality
Pupil evaluation in addition to Glasgow Coma Scale components in prediction of traumatic brain injury and mortality ( Br J Surg 2012; 99(Suppl 1): 122–130)
Simulation of survivorship bias in observational studies on plasma to red blood cell ratios in massive transfusion for trauma
Surgical management and outcome of civilian gunshot injuries to the pancreas
Management of penetrating neck injuries †
Outcome of selective non-operative management of penetrating abdominal injuries from the North American National Trauma Database
Selective non-operative management in 25 737 patients with penetrating abdominal injuries ( Br J Surg 2011; 99(Suppl 1): 157–167)
Trauma from the dawn of time