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October 2016 - Volume 81 - Issue 4
pp: 623-811

Penetrating cardiac injuries: A 36-year perspective at an urban, Level I trauma center

Morse, Bryan C.; Mina, Michael J.; Carr, Jacquelyn S.; More

Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. 81(4):623-631, October 2016.





Effect of time to operation on mortality for hypotensive patients with gunshot wounds to the torso: The golden 10 minutes

Meizoso, Jonathan P.; Ray, Juliet J.; Karcutskie, Charles A. IV; More

Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. 81(4):685-691, October 2016.

Prehospital shock index and pulse pressure/heart rate ratio to predict massive transfusion after severe trauma: Retrospective analysis of a large regional trauma database

Pottecher, Julien; Ageron, François-Xavier; Fauché, Clémence; More

Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. 81(4):713-722, October 2016.

Teaching leadership in trauma resuscitation: Immediate feedback from a real-time, competency-based evaluation tool shows long-term improvement in resident performance

Gregg, Shea C.; Heffernan, Daithi S.; Connolly, Michael D.; More

Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. 81(4):729-734, October 2016.

Characteristics of ACS-verified Level I and Level II trauma centers: A study linking trauma center verification review data and the National Trauma Data Bank of the American College of Surgeons Committee on Trauma

Shafi, Shahid; Barnes, Sunni; Ahn, Chul; More

Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. 81(4):735-742, October 2016.



Bundles of care for resuscitation from hemorrhagic shock and severe brain injury in trauma patients—Translating knowledge into practice

Shafi, Shahid; Collinsworth, Ashley W.; Richter, Kathleen M.; More

Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. 81(4):780-794, October 2016.







Creator: Jo Fields
Duration: 10:10
Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery October 2016, Volume 81, Issue 4;

The lead article is by Dr. Bryan Morse with present or former colleagues at Grady Memorial Hospital who reviewed their experience with penetrating cardiac wounds over a 36 years period. Dr. Adrian Maung et al from the Yale School of Medicine analyzed the impact of new oral anticoagulation agents versus warfarin on postinjury mortality. Dr. Jonathan Meizoso and colleagues from the Ryder Trauma Center evaluated the time to operation on mortality for patients with GSWs arriving hypotensive (less than 110 mmHg). Dr. Morgan Schellenberg et al from Los Angeles County + University of Southern California Medical Center reviewed the evaluation of patients with pelvic GSWs. Check out the Injury Free Coalition for Kids supplement, representing their 20th annual meeting and, as usual, carefully edited by Dr. Joe Tepas.

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