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EVALUATION OF THE QUALITY OF HOSPITAL CARE FOR MAJOR TRAUMA
A TIME-MANAGEMENT STUDY OF 25 PATIENTS WITH PENETRATING WOUNDS OF THE CHEST AND ABDOMEN
RUPTURE OF THE DIAPHRAGM CAUSED BY BLUNT TRAUMA
THE INADEQUACY OF PERITONEAL LAVAGE IN DIAGNOSING ACCUTE DIAPHRAGMATIC RUPTURE
PULMONARY FUNCTION IN PATIENTS WITH MULTIPLE TRAUMA AND ASSOCIATED SEVERE HEAD INJURY
MOTORCYCLE ACCIDENTS
VIOLENT INJURIES TO THE UPPER URETER
GUNSHOT WOUNDS TO THE URETER
PHENOXYBENZAMINE—A MEDIATOR OF BLOOD OXYGEN AFFINITY
THE LEFT SHIFTED OXYHEMOGLOBIN CURVE IN THE BURN PATIENT
PENETRATING TRAUMA OF THE NECK
U.S
INTERNATIONAL
MEETINGS AND POSTGRADUATE COURSES OF INTEREST