Articles by Stephen M. Cohn, M.D.

Mortality, Mauling, and Maiming by Vicious Dogs

Bini, John K.; Cohn, Stephen M.; Acosta, Shirley M.; More

Annals of Surgery. 253(4):791-797, April 2011.

Early Hypothermia in Severely Injured Trauma Patients Is a Significant Risk Factor for Multiple Organ Dysfunction Syndrome but Not Mortality

Beilman, Greg J.; Blondet, Juan J.; Nelson, Teresa R.; More

Annals of Surgery. 249(5):845-850, May 2009.

Transparent and Open Discussion of Errors Does Not Increase Malpractice Risk in Trauma Patients

Stewart, Ronald M.; Corneille, Michael G.; Johnston, Joe; More

Annals of Surgery. 243(5):645-651, May 2006.

Trauma Surgery Malpractice Risk: Perception Versus Reality

Stewart, Ronald M.; Johnston, Joe; Geoghegan, Kathy; More

Annals of Surgery. 241(6):969-977, June 2005.

Prospective Randomized Trial of Two Wound Management Strategies for Dirty Abdominal Wounds

Cohn, Stephen M.; Giannotti, Giovanni; Ong, Adrian W.; More

Annals of Surgery. 233(3):409-413, March 2001.

Comparison of Intravenous/Oral Ciprofloxacin Plus Metronidazole Versus Piperacillin/Tazobactam in the Treatment of Complicated Intraabdominal Infections

Cohn, Stephen M.; Lipsett, Pamela A.; Buchman, Timothy G.; More

Annals of Surgery. 232(2):254-262, August 2000.