Clinical Outcomes From the War: Introduction
A Lessons-Learned Legacy
The Symbiosis of Combat Casualty Care and Civilian Trauma Care: 1914–2007
Establishing a Human Research Protection Program in a Combatant Command
Now and Then: Combat Casualty Care Policies for Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom Compared With Those of Vietnam
Injury Severity and Causes of Death From Operation Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom: 2003–2004 Versus 2006
Prehospital Tourniquet Use in Operation Iraqi Freedom: Effect on Hemorrhage Control and Outcomes
Practical Use of Emergency Tourniquets to Stop Bleeding in Major Limb Trauma
Prediction of Mortality and of the Need for Massive Transfusion in Casualties Arriving at Combat Support Hospitals in Iraq
A Predictive Model for Massive Transfusion in Combat Casualty Patients
A Reduction in Clot Formation Rate and Strength Assessed by Thrombelastography Is Indicative of Transfusion Requirements in Patients With Penetrating Injuries
Effect of Plasma and Red Blood Cell Transfusions on Survival in Patients With Combat Related Traumatic Injuries
The Ratio of Fibrinogen to Red Cells Transfused Affects Survival in Casualties Receiving Massive Transfusions at an Army Combat Support Hospital
Hyperkalemia After Packed Red Blood Cell Transfusion in Trauma Patients
Transfusion-Associated Microchimerism in Combat Casualties
The Effectiveness of a Damage Control Resuscitation Strategy for Vascular Injury in a Combat Support Hospital: Results of a Case Control Study
Selective Nonoperative Management of Penetrating Torso Injury From Combat Fragmentation Wounds
A Comparison Between Patients Treated at a Combat Support Hospital in Iraq and a Level I Trauma Center in the United States
Ventilator Associated Pneumonia in a Military Deployed Setting: The Impact of an Aggressive Infection Control Program
En-Route Care in the Air: Snapshot of Mechanical Ventilation at 37,000 Feet
Long Range Transport of War-Related Burn Casualties
Joint Theater Trauma System Implementation of Burn Resuscitation Guidelines Improves Outcomes in Severely Burned Military Casualties
Complications After Fasciotomy Revision and Delayed Compartment Release in Combat Patients
Osteomyelitis in Military Personnel Wounded in Iraq and Afghanistan
Incidence and Severity of Combat Hand Burns After All Army Activity Message
Tympanic Membrane Perforation and Hearing Loss From Blast Overpressure in Operation Enduring Freedom and Operation Iraqi Freedom Wounded
Continuous Renal Replacement Therapy Improves Survival in Severely Burned Military Casualties With Acute Kidney Injury
Combining Early Coagulation and Inflammatory Status Improves Prediction of Mortality in Burned and Nonburned Trauma Patients
The Correlation Between Ketamine and Posttraumatic Stress Disorder in Burned Service Members
Incidence of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder and Mild Traumatic Brain Injury in Burned Service Members: Preliminary Report