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Journal of trauma

Journal Volume: 66
Journal Issue: 2
Journal Year: 2009
Articles in SafetyLit: 17

A catastrophic car crash: right main bronchial rupture with concomitant thrombosis of the right carotid artery, vertebral artery dissection, and dislocated cervical spine fracture

Acute subdural hematoma because of boxing

Assessment of severity, causes, and outcomes of hospitalized trauma patients at a major trauma center

Association of contact loading in diffuse axonal injuries from motor vehicle crashes

Cocaine use in trauma: effect on injuries and outcomes

Combating unintentional injury in the United States: lessons learned from the ICD-10 classification period

Early predictors of postconcussive syndrome in a population of trauma patients with mild traumatic brain injury

Expected differences and unexpected commonalities in mortality, injury severity, and injury patterns between near versus far occupants of side impact crashes

Factors associated with injury severity in Oklahoma City bombing survivors

Methamphetamine Use is Associated With Increased Hospital Resource Consumption Among Minimally Injured Trauma Patients

Passenger compartment intrusion as a predictor of significant injury for children in motor vehicle crashes

Pneumocephalus in the absence of craniofacial skull base fracture

Prior trauma and psychiatric history as risk factors for intentional and unintentional injury in Australia

Prognostic indicators and outcome prediction model for severe traumatic brain injury

Reassessment of the tri-modal mortality distribution in the presence of a regional trauma system

Substance use in vulnerable patients with orofacial injury: prevalence, correlates, and unmet service needs

The implications of alcohol intoxication and the uniform policy provision law on trauma centers: a national trauma data bank analysis of minimally injured patients