THE USE OF WHOLE BLOOD AND BLOOD VOLUME EXPANDERS IN U. S. MILITARY MEDICAL FACILITIES IN VIETNAM 1966–1971
PARACHUTING INJURIES
SEAT BELT INJURIES
ACCIDENTAL HIGH-PRESSURE INJECTION-GUN INJURIES OF THE HAND
EXTRICATION OF THE HAND FROM A MEAT GRINDER
WOUNDING CAPACITY OF ROTARY LAWN MOWERS
CEREBRAL ETIOLOGY OF THE ACUTE RESPIRATORY DISTRESS SYNDROME
THE BURN WOUND FROM THE SURGICAL POINT OF VIEW
The Classification of Trauma
FRACTURES OF THE FEMORAL NECK AFTER HEALED INTERTROCHANTERIC FRACTURES
INDIANA EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES TAKE ON A SENSE OF IMMEDIACY
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