Defining Present Blood Component Transfusion Practices in Trauma Patients: Papers From the Trauma Outcomes Group
Increased Platelet:RBC Ratios Are Associated With Improved Survival After Massive Transfusion
High Ratios of Plasma and Platelets to Packed Red Blood Cells Do Not Affect Mortality in Nonmassively Transfused Patients
A Normal Platelet Count May Not Be Enough: The Impact of Admission Platelet Count on Mortality and Transfusion in Severely Injured Trauma Patients
The Association of Blood Component Use Ratios With the Survival of Massively Transfused Trauma Patients With and Without Severe Brain Injury
Effect of High Product Ratio Massive Transfusion on Mortality in Blunt and Penetrating Trauma Patients
A High Fresh Frozen Plasma: Packed Red Blood Cell Transfusion Ratio Decreases Mortality in All Massively Transfused Trauma Patients Regardless of Admission International Normalized Ratio
Profoundly Abnormal Initial Physiologic and Biochemical Data Cannot be Used to Determine Futility in Massively Transfused Trauma Patients
A Predictive Model for Mortality in Massively Transfused Trauma Patients
Gender-Based Differences in Mortality in Response to High Product Ratio Massive Transfusion
Crystalloid Resuscitation Improves Survival in Trauma Patients Receiving Low Ratios of Fresh Frozen Plasma to Packed Red Blood Cells
Specific Abbreviated Injury Scale Values Are Responsible for the Underestimation of Mortality in Penetrating Trauma Patients by the Injury Severity Score
Variations Between Level I Trauma Centers in 24-Hour Mortality in Severely Injured Patients Requiring a Massive Transfusion