This single-center study of patients undergoing vascular surgery determines the association between kidney disease and long-term postoperative cardiovascular-specific mortality.
In a retrospective case series, van der Wilden and coauthors determine the rate, causes, predictors, and consequences of failure of nonoperative management in grade IV and grade V blunt renal injuries.
This nationwide survey study identifies the number of trauma hospitals operating in Syria and delineates their capacities.
A 24-year-old man was brought to the emergency department after a high-speed motor vehicle collision
This cohort study examines whether a blunt or penetrating mechanism of injury alters the risk of venous thromboembolism.
This population-based study evaluates insurance coverage and rehabilitation use among young adult trauma patients since implementation of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, as well as the Dependent Coverage Provision and Medicaid expansion/open enrollment.
This cohort study compares the incidence of venous thromboembolism after trauma in patients whose enoxaparin dose was adjusted vs not adjusted using anti–factor Xa trough levels.
Joseph et al assessed the usefulness of the Frailty Index as an effective assessment tool in predicting adverse outcomes in geriatric trauma patients. They performed a 2-year cohort study at a level I trauma center at The University of Arizona, prospectively measuring frailty in all geriatric patients. See the Invited Commentary by Robinson and Finlayson.
This cohort study analyzes the proportion of and independent risk factors for survival to discharge after initiation of continuous renal replacement among patients in a surgical intensive care unit.
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