This study prospectively evaluates the quality of the field triage system to identify severely injured adult trauma patients.
This study analyzes the undertriage of patients with firearm-related injuries to facilities without specialized trauma units in Cook County, Illinois.
This population-based cohort study uses National Trauma Data Bank data to examine the factors affecting transfer of trauma patients to facilities providing higher levels of care in accordance with the American College of Surgeons’ criteria.
This Viewpoint describes the lack of funding for trauma research as a possible cause of increasing mortality rates from traumatic injury.
This cohort study evaluates the differences in access to and outcomes of 9-1-1 emergency medical services’ response to injuries in rural and urban populations.
This nationwide survey study identifies the number of trauma hospitals operating in Syria and delineates their capacities.
This multicenter cohort study of a trauma system in Canada reports the development of a quality indicator for in-hospital complications that can be used to evaluate the quality of acute injury care.
This case series discusses the inpatient resources, including imaging, nursing overtime, and blood bank needs, that were used to treat 63 individuals injured in the Asiana Airlines flight 214 crash.
This study compares the availability of trauma care resources in Ghana in 2004 vs 2014.
This analysis assesses the reported prevalence of domestic violence among trauma patients.
This cohort study reports increased mortality rates among injured children aged 18 years or younger who were treated at adult trauma centers and mixed trauma centers compared with those treated at pediatric trauma centers.
Nicol et al formalize injury data collection at Groote Schuur Hospital, the chief academic hospital of the University of Cape Town, a level I trauma center, and one of the largest trauma referral hospitals in the world.
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