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Academic Article Reimaging in pediatric neurotrauma: factors associated with progression of intracranial injury.
Academic Article Early tracheostomy improves outcomes in severely injured children and adolescents.
Academic Article Vascular injury is associated with increased mortality in winter sports trauma.
Academic Article Hepatic vein and retrohepatic vena caval injuries in children. Sternotomy first?
Academic Article The pediatric trauma center.
Academic Article Incidence of and risk factors for acute stress disorder in children with injuries.
Academic Article Helmet use and injury severity among pediatric skiers and snowboarders in Colorado.
Academic Article Time to stroke: A Western Trauma Association multicenter study of blunt cerebrovascular injuries.
Academic Article The benefits of limiting scheduled blood draws in children with a blunt liver or spleen injury.
Academic Article The true cost of child abuse at a level 1 pediatric trauma center.
Academic Article Into the wild and on to the table: A Western Trauma Association multicenter analysis and comparison of wilderness falls in rock climbers and nonclimbers.
Academic Article The shock index, pediatric age-adjusted (SIPA) enhanced: Prehospital and emergency department SIPA values forecast transfusion needs for blunt solid organ injured children.
Academic Article Combining Cribari matrix and Need For Trauma Intervention (NFTI) to accurately assess undertriage in pediatric trauma.
Academic Article Decision-making in pediatric blunt solid organ injury: A deep learning approach to predict massive transfusion, need for operative management, and mortality risk.
Academic Article Elevated pediatric age-adjusted shock-index (SIPA) in blunt solid organ injuries.
Academic Article Thrombelastography and transfusion patterns in severely injured pediatric trauma patients with blunt solid organ injuries.
Academic Article Not as simple as ABC: Tools to trigger massive transfusion in pediatric trauma.
Academic Article It is time for TEG in pediatric trauma: unveiling meaningful alterations in children who undergo massive transfusion.
Academic Article To give or not to give? Blood for pediatric trauma patients prior to pediatric trauma center arrival.
Academic Article Pediatric age-adjusted shock index as a tool for predicting outcomes in children with or without traumatic brain injury.
Academic Article Management of blunt traumatic abdominal wall hernias: A Western Trauma Association multicenter study.
Academic Article Pre-hospital and emergency department shock index pediatric age-adjusted (SIPA) "cut points" to identify pediatric trauma patients at risk for massive transfusion and/or mortality.
Academic Article Novel tool (BIS) heralds the need for blood transfusion and/or failure of non-operative management in pediatric blunt liver and spleen injuries.
Academic Article Massive transfusion in pediatric trauma-does more blood predict mortality?
Academic Article Improved identification of severely injured pediatric trauma patients using reverse shock index multiplied by Glasgow Coma Scale.
Academic Article Pediatric cardiac and great vessel injuries: Recent experience at two pediatric trauma centers.
Academic Article Discreet Values of Shock Index Pediatric Age-Adjusted (SIPA) to Predict Intervention in Children With Blunt Organ Injuries.
Academic Article Outcomes in Pediatric Trauma Patients Who Receive Blood Transfusion.
Academic Article Comparison of Pediatric Trauma Scoring Tools That Incorporate Neurological Status for Trauma Team Activation.

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