MEN, WOMEN, AND MURDER
“SCOOP AND RUN” OR STABILIZE HEMORRHAGIC SHOCK WITH NORMAL SALINE OR SMALL-VOLUME HYPERTONIC SALINE?
MILD HEAD INJURY
THE REACTION OF COPPER AND OTHER PROJECTILE METALS IN BODY TISSUES
PREDICTORS OF BLINDING OR SERIOUS EYE INJURY IN BLUNT TRAUMA
EXPERIMENTAL CARDIAC TAMPONADE WITH A MYOCARDIAL WOUND
MULTIVARIATE POPULATION-BASED ANALYSIS OF THE ASSOCIATION OF COUNTY TRAUMA CENTERS WITH PER CAPITA COUNTY TRAUMA DEATH RATES
EDITORIAL COMMENT
SONOGRAPHY IN BLUNT ABDOMINAL TRAUMA
EFFECT OF INCREASED INTRA-ABDOMINAL PRESSURE ON MESENTERIC ARTERIAL AND INTESTINAL MUCOSAL BLOOD FLOW
THE EFFECT OF BURN WOUND SIZE ON HEMOSTASIS
INCOMMENSURATE OXYGEN CONSUMPTION IN RESPONSE TO MAXIMAL OXYGEN AVAILABILITY PREDICTS POSTINJURY MULTIPLE ORGAN FAILURE
EDITORIAL COMMENT
THE CLINICAL SIGNIFICANCE OF MYOCARDIAL CONTUSION
LOCAL PRODUCTION OF INTERLEUKIN-8 IS ASSOCIATED WITH NOSOCOMIAL PNEUMONIA
FOCAL BRAIN INJURY RESULTS IN SEVERE CEREBRAL ISCHEMIA DESPITE MAINTENANCE OF CEREBRAL PERFUSION PRESSURE
THE EFFECT OF IN-LINE MICROWAVE ENERGY ON BLOOD
EARLY CRITERIA PREDICTIVE OF PROLONGED MECHANICAL VENTILATION
LAPAROSCOPY IN THE EVALUATION OF THE INTRATHORACIC ABDOMEN AFTER PENETRATING INJURY
PROPHYLACTIC ANTIBIOTICS FOR THE PREVENTION OF INFECTIOUS COMPLICATIONS INCLUDING EMPYEMA FOLLOWING TUBE THORACOSTOMY FOR TRAUMA
ANTIBIOTIC-PRIMED FIBRIN GEL IMPROVES OUTCOME IN CONTAMINATED SPLENIC INJURY
PACKING AND RE-EXPLORATION FOR PATIENTS WITH NONHEPATIC INJURIES
THE PREVALENCE OF HEPATITIS C IN A REGIONAL LEVEL I TRAUMA CENTER POPULATION
A PEDIATRIC TRAUMA CENTER WITHOUT A PEDIATRIC SURGEON
A NEW METHOD OF DIAGNOSING DIAPHRAGMATIC INJURY USING INTRAPERITONEAL TECHNETIUM
SALMONELLA TYPHI SPLENIC ABSCESS IN AN INTRAVENOUS DRUG ABUSER FOLLOWING SPLENORRHAPHY
MEETINGS AND POSTGRADUATE COURSES OF INTEREST
Abstracts of Papers to be Presented at the Fifty-second Annual Session American Association for the Surgery of Trauma The Gait House Louisville, Kentucky September 17–19, 1992
CONTRIBUTION OF INCREASED CEREBRAL BLOOD VOLUME TO POST-TRAUMATIC INTRACRANIAL HYPERTENSION
IS 24-HOUR IN-HOUSE OPERATING ROOM STAFF ABSOLUTELY NECESSARY FOR LEVEL II TRAUMA CENTER DESIGNATION?
THE ADVANCED TRAUMA LIFE SUPPORT (ATLS) PROGRAM IMPROVES TRAUMA PATIENT OUTCOME IN A DEVELOPING COUNTRY
KINETICS OF NITROGEN OXIDE FORMATION FOLLOWING EXPERIMENTAL THERMAL INJURY
MAST IN SEVERELY HYPOTENSIVE TRAUMA PATIENTS
TISSUE HYPOXIA DURING HYPOVOLEMIC SHOCK
A CIRCULATING CELL MEMBRANE DEPOLARIZING PROTEIN IS INCREASED FOLLOWING JEMORRHAGE IN AWAKE DOGS
BACTERIAL TRANSLOCATION OCCURS IN HUMANS AFTER TRAUMATIC INJURY
FACTORS INFLUENCING SUCCESS OF INITIAL RESUSCITATION IN PENETRATING CARDIAC WOUNDS
EFFICACY OF HAST USE IN CHILDREN WHO PRESENT IN HYPOTENSIVE SHOCK
SINGLE VS. DOUBLE AGENT THERAPY OF NOSOCOMIAL PNEUMONIA IN TRAUMA PATIENTS
EVALUATION OF PUIMONARY INFECTIOUS COMPLICATIONS IN PATIENTS RECEIVING ANTIBIOTIC PROPHYLAXIS FOR OPEN EXTREMITY FRACTUHRS WITH ASSOCIATED BLUNT CHEST TRAUMA
HEMORRHAGIC SHOCK IN ENDCTOXIN RESISTANT MICE
EFFICACY OF DEEP VENOUS THROMBOSIS PROFHYLAXIS IN TRAUMA PATIENTS AND IDENTIFICATION OF HIGH RISK GROUPS
PULMONARY BIOPHYSICAL EFFECTS OF TRIIODOTHYRONINE (T3) AUGMENTATION DURING SEPSIS INDUCED HYPOTHYROIDISM
TUBE THORACOSTOMY FOR OCCULT PNEUMOTHORAX-A PROSPECTIVE, RANDOMIZED STUDY OF ITS USE
EARLY ENTERAL FEEDING DOES NOT IMPROVE OUTCOME IN BLUNT TRAUMA
Inadequate Interleukin-2 (IL-2) Synthesis And IL-2 mRNA Expression Following Human Thermal And Mechanical Trauma Is Due To Defective Transmembrane Signalling
THE EFFECT OF EDUCATION ON SCALD BURN PREVENTION
EFFECT OF RECOMBINANT BOVINE GRANULOCYTE COLONY STIMULATING FACTOR (G-CSF) ON SYSTEMIC AND PULMONARY RESPONSES TO ENDOTOXIN (E) IN PICS
ACUTE ETHANOL INTOXICATION INCREASES THE RISK OF INFECTION AFTER PENETRATING ABDOMINAL TRAUMA
THE RENAL EFFECTS OF LOW DOSE DOPAMINE IN THERMALLY INJURED PATIENTS
ARTERIAL INTIMAL FLAPS
HEAD INJURY AND FACIAL INJURY
AN ANALYSIS OF RECURRENT PROCESS ERRORS LEADING TO PROVIDER COMPLICATIONS ON AN ORGANIZED TRAUMA SERVICE
A CRITICAL EVALUATION OF LAPAROSCOPY IN PENETRATING ABDOMINAL TRAUMA
ALKALINE PHOSPHATASE LEVELS IN DIAGNOSTIC PERITONEAL LAVAGE AS A PREDICTOR OF HOLLOW VISCERAL INJURY
ESSENTIAL FATTY ACIDS INFLUENCE SURVIVAL IN SEPSIS
THE USE OF TRANSESOPHAGEAL ECHOCARDIOGRAPHY IN THE EVALUATION OF TRAUMATIC AORTIC INJURY
LATEHALITY OF AIR VOLUME IN LUNG LONG AFTER BLUNT CHEST TRAUMA
RENAL GUNSHOT WOUNDS
EFFICACY OF BICYCLIST SAFETY HELMET WEARING
A NEW APPROACH TO PROBABILITY OF SURVIVAL SCORING
CARDIAC STAPLING IN THE MANAGEMENT OF PENETRATING INJURIES OF THE HEART
FUNCTIONAL RECOVERY AND RETURN TO WORK FOLLOWING SEVERE LOWER EXTREMITY FRACTURE
VALUE OF CONTINUOUS ANTIOXIDATIVE THERAPY AFTER SEVERE TRAUMA TO REDUCE MULTIPLE ORGAN FAILURE
SAFETY BELT RESTRAINTS AND COMPARTMENT INTRUSIONS IN FRONTAL AND LATERAL MVAs
MEDICARE'S RESOURCED BASED RELATIVE SCALE (RBRVS) FEE SCHEDULE PORTEND A GLOOMY FUTURE FOR TRAUMA SURGERY
DIFFERENTIAL CHANGES IN INTESTINAL PERMEABILITY FOLLOWING BURN INJURY
PROSPECTIVE COMPARISON OF DIAGNOSTIC PERITONEAL LAVAGE, C-T SCAN, AND ULTRASONOGRAPHY FOR BLUNT ABDOMINAL TRAUMA
CHRONIC ETHANOL INTAKE AND BURN INJURY
CANDIDURIA AS AN EARLY MARKER OF DISSEMINATED INFECTION IN CRITICALLY ILL SURGICAL PATIENTS. THE ROLE OF FLUCONAZOLE THERAPY
PROSPECTIVE EVALUATION OF THORACOSCOPY FOR DIAGNOSING DIAPHRAGMATIC INJURY IN PENETRATING THORACOABDOMINAL TRAUMA
PREHOSPITAL CRICOTHYROIDOTOMY (CHIC) IN 100 TRAUMA PATIENTS
PRIMARY INTRAMEDULLARY STABILIZATION OF FEMORAL SHAFT FRACTURES IN POLYTRAUMATIZED PATIENTS WITH ASSOCIATED PULMONARY INJURY -INCREASED RISK OF ARDS?
IS GLUTAMINE DEFICIENCY RELATED TO THE DIFFERENCE IN METABOLIC RESPONSE TO TRAUMA WITH AND WITHOUT SEVERE HEAD INJURY?
COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHY IN BLUNT THORACIC TRAUMA
A NEW SALUTARY RESUSCITATIVE FLUID
CORRELATION OF LOCAL AND SYSTEMIC CYTOKINE RESPONSE WITH CLINICAL OUTCOME FOLLOWING THERMAL INJURY
IN-HOUSE BOARD-CERTIFIED SURGEONS IMPROVE SURVIVAL IN SEVERELY INJURED PATIENTS
“DAMAGE CONTROL”
PROSPECTIVE STUDY OF ULTRASOUND EVALUATION IN TRAUHA PATIENTS
GRADING INJURY SEVERITY AND PREDICTING OUTCOME IN TRAUMA PATIENTS
WOUND CLOSURE AND OUTCOME IN EXTENSIVELY BURNED PATIENTS TREATED WITH CULTURED AUTOLOGOUS KERATINOCYTES
THE ROLE OF DIAGNOSTIC LAPAROSCOPY IN TRAUMA PATIENTS
PRESSURE CONTROLLED INVERSE RATIO VENTILATION IN SEVERE ARDS
PRESSURE CONTROLLED INVERSE RATIO VENTILATION IN SERVE ARDS
ROUTINE PROPHYLACTIC ANTI-FUNGAL AGENTS INEFFECTIVE IN NONTRANSPLANT/NONBURNED CRITICALLY ILL SURGICAL AND TRAUMA PATIENTS
ROUTINE HIV TESTING IN A BURN CENTER
RESTORATION OF GUT ABSORPTIVE CAPACITY FOLLOWING TRAUMA-HEMORRHAGIC SHOCK BY THE ADJUVANT USE OF HEPARAN SULPHATE
IMPACT OF MANDATORY NONOPERATIVE TRAINING ON SURGICAL CRITICAL CARE(SCC)
LONG TERM CONSEQUENCES OF MINIMAL BRAIN INJURY
SOLUBLE RECEPTORS FOR TUMOR NECROSIS FACTOR ARE RELEASED AFTER TRAUMA
VASCULAR COMPLICATIONS OF CONTINUOUS ARTERIOVENOUS HEMOFILTRATION (CAVH) IN TRAUMA PATIENTS
IMPORTANCE OF GROUP O STREPTOCOCCUS (GOStrep) COVERAGE IN PREVENTING SURGICAL WOUND INFECTION (SWI)
NEUTROPHIL MEDIATED ALVEOLAR CAPILLARY MEMBRANE DAMAGE IN SEPSIS REQUIRES BOTH REACTIVE OXYGEN METABOLITES AND THE FORMATION OF A MICROENVIRONMENT
PRIORITIES IN THE MANAGEMENT OF MULTIPLE TRAUMA
PREHOSPITAL RESUSCITATION OF HYPOTENSIVE TRAUMA PATIENTS WITH 7.5% NaCl VERSUS 7.5% NaCl WITH ADDED DEXTRAN – A CONTROLLED TRIAL
MECHANISMS OF ENDOTOXIN-INDUCED INTESTINAL INJURY IN A HYPERDYNAMIC MODEL OF SEPSIS