INTRODUCTION
A SYSTEMS APPROACH TO STATEWIDE EMERGENCY MEDICAL CARE
ORGANIZATION AND FUNCTION OF TRAUMA CARE UNITS
A TRAUMA CENTER IN A NON-METROPOLITAN COMMUNITY
NEW HEALTH SPECIALISTS FOR TRAUMA PATIENT CARE
THE SURGEON'S ROLE IN THE STAFFING OF HOSPITAL EMERGENCY DEPARTMENTS
THE ROLE OF THE EMERGENCY PHYSICIAN IN A TRAUMA CENTER
SPECIAL CENTERS FOR THE CARE OF THE INJURED
TRAUMA AS A COMPONENT OF A CRITICAL CARE SYSTEM
A PROFILE OF THE TRAUMA REGISTRY
ENERGY DAMAGE AND THE TEN COUNTERMEASURE STRATEGIES
PATTERNS OF INJURY IN THE BATTERED CHILD SYNDROME
TREATMENT OF SEVERE HYPOXIA WITH RED CELLS HIGH IN 2,3-DIPHOSPHOGLYCERATE
AN ANALYSIS OF 17 FATAL AND 31 NONFATAL INJURIES FOLLOWING AN AIRPLANE CRASH
POSTBURN SHOCK
POSTTRAUMATIC ATLANTOAXIAL INSTABILITY
NEUROGENIC PULMONARY SHUNTING
CLINICAL EVALUATION OF EPIGARD, A NEW SYNTHETIC SUBSTITUTE FOR HOMOGRAFT AND HETEROGRAFT SKIN
DISLOCATION OF THE CARPAL SCAPHOID
RECONSTRUCTION OF TRAUMATIC BONY CONTOUR DEFECT
Compression-distraction apparatus for treatment of Bennett's fracture
Fresh fractures of the lower extremity of the femur
Some features of closed abdominal trauma complicated by hemorrhage
Treatment of fractures of the head and neck of the radius
Cause of death in severe trauma, Surgical Clinic Zurich, 1961–1971
Estimation of severity of injury at the scene of the accident
Treatment of pseudarthrosis after Monteggia and Galeaeci fractures
Traumatic intramural hematoma of the duodenum
Gases of open and closed cardiac trauma, 1957–1971
Penetrating wound of the chest with perforation of the left upper lobe, pulmonary artery, and pericardium
Comparison of the course of illness in private patients and state-insured patients
DELIBERATE CHILDHOOD TRAUMA
THE HOSPITAL EMERGENCY DEPARTMENT
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