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(World journal of emergency surgery[TA])
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  • Youth traffic-related injuries: a prospective study. [Journal Article]
  • WJWorld J Emerg Surg 2017; 12:2
  • Grivna M, Eid HO, Abu-Zidan FM
  • CONCLUSIONS: Young UAE-national males are at a higher risk of being injured at traffic. Rollover crash was frequent with high risk of ejection. Promotion of traffic safety and enforcement of safety legislation is necessary.
  • Triple diagnostics for early detection of ambivalent necrotizing fasciitis. [Journal Article]
  • WJWorld J Emerg Surg 2016; 11:51
  • Hietbrink F, Bode LG, … van Dijk MR
  • CONCLUSIONS: In the early phases of necrotizing fasciitis, clinical presentation can be ambivalent. In the present cohort, triple diagnostics consisting of an incisional biopsy with macroscopic, histologic and microbiotic findings was helpful in timely identification of necrotizing fasciitis.
  • WSES classification and guidelines for liver trauma. [Review]
  • WJWorld J Emerg Surg 2016; 11:50
  • Coccolini F, Catena F, … Ansaloni L
  • The severity of liver injuries has been universally classified according to the American Association for the Surgery of Trauma (AAST) grading scale. In determining the optimal treatment strategy, how...
  • In-hospital costs of an admission for adhesive small bowel obstruction. [Journal Article]
  • WJWorld J Emerg Surg 2016; 11:49
  • Krielen P, van den Beukel BA, … Ten Broek RP
  • CONCLUSIONS: The in-hospital costs of an admission for ASBO are higher than previously thought. These costs can be used to guide hospital reimbursement policy and for the development of a cost-effective model for the use of adhesion barriers.
  • Splenic artery embolization: technically feasible but not necessarily advantageous. [Review]
  • WJWorld J Emerg Surg 2016; 11(1):47
  • Van der Cruyssen F, Manzelli A
  • CONCLUSIONS: NOM+ SAE involves potential risks and operative management may be preferable to SAE for certain patients. To clarify current literature, we propose a new algorithm for blunt abdominal trauma that should be validated prospectively. New evidence-based protocols should be developed to guide diagnosis and management of patients with splenic trauma.
  • Prediction of blunt traumatic injuries and hospital admission based on history and physical exam. [Journal Article]
  • WJWorld J Emerg Surg 2016; 11(1):46
  • Beal AL, Ahrendt MN, … Beilman GA
  • CONCLUSIONS: In a neurologically-intact group of trauma patients, experienced trauma surgeons would have missed 46.7 % of the actual injuries, based only on their history and physical exam. Once accurate diagnoses of injuries were completed, usually with the help of CT scans, admission dispositions changed in 20.6 % of patients. Treatment changes occurred in 44.2 % of the missed injuries, though usually minimal. Broad elimination of early imaging studies in alert, blunt trauma patients cannot be advocated.
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