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|Use of endotracheal tubes with subglottic secretion drainage reduces ventilator-associated pneumonia in trauma patients
|Time is now: venous thromboembolism prophylaxis in blunt splenic injury
|This too shall pass: A study of ingested sharp foreign bodies
|The impact of obesity on severity of solid organ injury in the adult population at a Level I trauma center
|Risk factors associated with post-extubation stridor in the trauma intensive care unit
|Prehospital Hypotension in Blunt Trauma: Identifying the “Crump Factor”
|Predicting extubation failure in blunt trauma patients with pulmonary contusion
|Post-extubation dysphagia in trauma patients: it’s hard to swallow
|Percutaneous Tracheostomy: To Bronch or Not to Bronch—That Is the Question
|Observation for Nonoperative Management of Blunt Liver Injuries: How Long Is Long Enough?
|Novel method of delivery of continuous positive airway pressure for apnea testing during brain death evaluation
|Myths and Misinformation About Gunshot Wounds may Adversely Affect Proper Treatment
|Isolated Free Fluid on Abdominal Computed Tomography in Blunt Trauma: Watch and Wait or Operate?
|Dual chamber cardiac rupture following blunt thoracic trauma
|Current outcomes of blunt open pelvic fractures: how modern advances in trauma care may decrease mortality
|Base deficit is superior to lactate in trauma
|Attempting to validate the overtriage/undertriage matrix at a Level I trauma center
|Atlanto-Axial Dislocation with Bilateral Vertebral Artery Transection
|Asymptomatic Gunshot Wound to the Heart With Retained Intracardiac Pellet
|After the embo: predicting non-hemorrhagic indications for splenectomy after angioembolization in patients with blunt trauma
|Acute Ethanol Intoxication and the Trauma Patient: Hemodynamic Pitfalls
|A standardized rapid sequence intubation protocol facilitates airway management in critically injured patients