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Academic Article Ultrasound is an effective triage tool to evaluate blunt abdominal trauma in the pediatric population.
Academic Article Nonoperative management of solid organ injuries in children results in decreased blood utilization.
Academic Article Operative management of injured children at an adult level I trauma center.
Academic Article A critical analysis of outcome for children sustaining cardiac arrest after blunt trauma.
Academic Article Driveway crush injuries in young children: a highly lethal, devastating, and potentially preventable event.
Academic Article Blunt diaphragmatic rupture in children.
Academic Article The injured child is resistant to multiple organ failure: a different inflammatory response?
Academic Article Renovascular injury: an argument for renal preservation.
Academic Article Nonaccidental trauma is a major cause of morbidity and mortality among patients at a regional level 1 pediatric trauma center.
Academic Article The positive predictive value of rib fractures as an indicator of nonaccidental trauma in children.
Academic Article Operative vs nonoperative management of blunt pancreatic trauma in children.
Academic Article Firearm injuries of children and adolescents in 2 Colorado trauma centers: 2000-2008.
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Academic Article Base deficit correlates with mortality in pediatric abusive head trauma.
Academic Article Head injury and unclear mechanism of injury: initial hematocrit less than 30 is predictive of abusive head trauma in young children.
Academic Article Trauma remains a surgical disease from cradle to grave.
Academic Article Glasgow motor scale alone is equivalent to Glasgow Coma Scale at identifying children at risk for serious traumatic brain injury.
Academic Article Pediatric specific shock index accurately identifies severely injured children.
Academic Article Adolescent blunt solid organ injury: Differences in management strategies and outcomes between pediatric and adult trauma centers.

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