This qualitative study assesses patient satisfaction and experiences with trauma team members in a level I trauma center.
This study reports on the use and benefits of ratio-based blood product transfusions among patients without traumatic injury.
This laboratory study examines the MC-2 peptide’s association with reduced liver injury following rescuscitated hemorrhagic shock in rats.
In a review of the Joint Theater Trauma Registry (2002-2011) of US forward combat hospitals, Langan et al analyze the evolution of injury patterns, early care, and resuscitation among patients who subsequently died in the hospital, before and after implementation of damage control resuscitation policies. See Invited Commentary by Holcomb.
In an observational prospective cohort study, Kutcher and coauthors evaluate changes in the administration of fluids and blood products, hypothesizing that a reduction in crystalloid volume and a reduced red blood cell to fresh frozen plasma ratio over the last 7 years would correlate with better resuscitation outcomes.
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