Polytrauma in Veterans: What Does It Mean for the Medical-Surgical Nurse?

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Abstract

Polytrauma in veterans has increased because improvements in medicine and technology have led to improved survival rates for individuals injured in armed conflicts. Medical-surgical nurses caring for today's veterans are faced with new patient needs. Rehabilitation using a multidimensional approach seems to be most effective in helping patients with polytrauma.

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