MAXIMIZATION OF OXYGEN DELIVERY
MARROW GRANULOCYTE-MACROPHAGE PROGENITOR CELL RESPONSE TO BURN INJURY AS MODIFIED BY ENDOTOXIN AND INDOMETHACIN
SUBLETHAL PERCUSSION TRAUMA IN VITRO CAUSES A PERSISTING DERANGEMENT IN THE NONTHROMBOGENIC PROPERTIES OF BRAIN ENDOTHELIAL CELLS
LOWER EXTREMITY INJURIES FROM MOTORCYCLE CRASHES
Planned Reoperation for Trauma
Electrophysiologic Assessment of Intracerebral contusions in closed head injury
THE UTILITY OF A MULTICENTER REGIONAL TRAUMA REGISTRY
THE 1993 FRASER N. GURD LECTURE
ON THE THRESHOLD OF ADOLESCENCE-THE TRAUMA ASSOCIATION OF CANADA AFTER 10 YEARS
THE ROLE OF PANCREATOGASTROSTOMY FOLLOWING PANCREATODUODENECTOMY FOR TRAUMA
IS TRIPLE CONTRAST COMPUTED TOMOGRAPHIC SCANNING USEFUL IN THE SELECTIVE MANAGEMENT OF STAB WOUNDS TO THE BACK?
DEATHS FROM MOTOR VEHICLE CRASHES
THE EFFICACY OF DIASPIRIN CROSSLINKED HEMOGLOBIN SOLUTION RESUSCITATION IN A MODEL OF UNCONTROLLED HEMORRHAGE
FUNCTIONAL EQUIVALENCE OF HYPOTHERMIA TO SPECIFIC CLOTTING FACTOR DEFICIENCIES
BLUNT TRAUMATIC THORACIC AORTIC LACERATIONS IN THE ELDERLY
DEATH IN THE OPERATING ROOM
CARDIOPULMONARY EFFECTS OF PERMISSIVE HYPERCAPNIA IN THE MANAGEMENT OF ADULT RESPIRATORY DISTRESS SYNDROME
CAN ULTRASOUND REPLACE DIAGNOSTIC PERITONEAL LAVAGE IN THE ASSESSMENT OF BLUNT TRAUMA?
ANTITHROMBIN III AND TRAUMA PATIENTS
EARLY EXCHANGE INTRAMEDULLARY NAILING OF DISTAL FEMORAL FRACTURES WITH VASCULAR INJURY INITIALLY STABILIZED WITH EXTERNAL FIXATION
BRAIN EDEMA FORMATION AFTER BRAIN INJURY, SHOCK, AND RESUSCITATION
ENTERAL VERSUS PARENTERAL NUTRITION AFTER SEVERE CLOSED HEAD INJURY
REGIONAL DIFFERENCES IN LYMPHOCYTE FUNCTION FOLLOWING RESUSCITATED HEMORRHAGIC SHOCK
THE SPECTRUM OF BLUNT INJURY TO THE CAROTID ARTERY
PREVENTION OF VENOUS THROMBOEMBOLISM IN TRAUMA PATIENTS
GASTRIC TONOMETRY SUPPLEMENTS INFORMATION PROVIDED BY SYSTEMIC INDICATORS OF OXYGEN TRANSPORT
EXTENT OF DISABILITY FOLLOWING TRAUMATIC EXTREMITY AMPUTATION
ROLLER BLADE FALLS - A NEW CAUSE OF TEMPORAL BONE FRACTURES
CONCURRENT PERILUNATE DISLOCATION IN PATIENTS WITH ELBOW DISLOCATION
THE VALUE OF ANGIOGRAPHY AND SELECTIVE HEPATIC ARTERY EMBOLIZATION FOR CONTINUOUS BLEEDING AFTER SURGERY IN LIVER TRAUMA
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