Lethal now or lethal later
Minimally invasive is maximally effective
The clinical significance of circulating soluble RAGE in patients with severe sepsis
The validity of abdominal examination in blunt trauma patients with distracting injuries
A reassessment of the impact of trauma systems consultation on regional trauma system development
Pediatric trauma and the Pediatric Trauma Society
Implementation of pediatric cervical spine clearance guidelines at a combined trauma center
Utility of magnetic resonance imaging in diagnosing cervical spine injury in children with severe traumatic brain injury
Morphometric analysis of abdominal organs and rib cage
Computed tomography–related radiation exposure in children transferred to a Level I pediatric trauma center
Nonpowder firearms cause significant pediatric injuries
Injury patterns associated with hypotension in pediatric trauma patients
Hospital-acquired pneumonia among pediatric trauma patients treated at national trauma centers
Basal skull fractures are associated with mortality in pediatric severe traumatic brain injury
Correlation of computed tomographic signs of hypoperfusion and clinical hypoperfusion in adult blunt trauma patients
Donabedian’s structure-process-outcome quality of care model
Level I academic trauma center integration as a model for sustaining combat surgical skills
National mandatory motorcycle helmet laws may save $2.2 billion annually
Indications for use of damage control surgery and damage control interventions in civilian trauma patients
Injury in the aged
Review of short-term outcomes for TEVAR after blunt traumatic aortic injury
Futility and the acute care surgeon
2014 Consensus conference on viscoelastic test–based transfusion guidelines for early trauma resuscitation
Geriatric Trauma and Critical Care
Sharp lower abdominal pain and calcified abdominal mass
Association of emergency general surgery with excess postoperative morbidity and mortality
Routine whole-body computed tomography in major trauma resuscitation
Hemostatic resuscitation is neither hemostatic nor resuscitative in trauma hemorrhage—But did they in fact test the effect of hemostatic resuscitation?
Featured Articles for CME Credit June 2015