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May 2020 - Volume 88 - Issue 5
pp: 579-712,e136-e141

The gut microbiome distinguishes mortality in trauma patients upon admission to the emergency department

Burmeister, David M.; Johnson, Taylor R.; Lai, Zhao; More

Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. 88(5):579-587, May 2020.

Forgot calcium? Admission ionized-calcium in two civilian randomized controlled trials of prehospital plasma for traumatic hemorrhagic shock

Moore, Hunter B.; Tessmer, Matthew T.; Moore, Ernest E.; More

Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. 88(5):588-596, May 2020.

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Natural language processing of prehospital emergency medical services trauma records allows for automated characterization of treatment appropriateness

Tignanelli, Christopher J.; Silverman, Greg M.; Lindemann, Elizabeth A.; More

Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. 88(5):607-614, May 2020.


Effect of fibrinogen concentrate administration on early mortality in traumatic hemorrhagic shock: A propensity score analysis

Hamada, Sophie Rym; Pirracchio, Romain; Beauchesne, Jocelyn; More

Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. 88(5):661-670, May 2020.

Outcomes following penetrating neck injury during the Iraq and Afghanistan conflicts: A comparison of treatment at US and United Kingdom medical treatment facilities

Breeze, John; Bowley, Douglas M.; Combes, James G.; More

Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. 88(5):696-703, May 2020.







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