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Top results for trauma
442. A systematic review and meta-analysis comparing outcome of severely injured patients treated in trauma centers following the establishment of trauma systems
443. Recombinant factor VIIa in severe trauma: further study needed Full Text available with Trip Pro
445. Trauma focused cognitive behavioural therapy reduces PTSD more effectively than child centred therapy in children who have been sexually abused Full Text available with Trip Pro
446. Psychiatric and cognitive effects of war in former yugoslavia: association of lack of redress for trauma and posttraumatic stress reactions. Full Text available with Trip Pro
449. Oral vitamin D3 and calcium for secondary prevention of low-trauma fractures in elderly people (Randomised Evaluation of Calcium Or vitamin D, RECORD): a randomised placebo-controlled trial. (Abstract)
2005 Lancet Controlled trial quality: predicted high
451. Alcohol interventions for trauma patients treated in emergency departments and hospitals: a cost benefit analysis
452. Trauma-focused group psychotherapy is not effective for posttraumatic stress disorder in Vietnam veterans Full Text available with Trip Pro
453. Trauma and PTSD symptoms in Rwanda: implications for attitudes toward justice and reconciliation. Full Text available with Trip Pro
457. Cost-effectiveness and benefit of alternatives to improve training for prehospital trauma care in Mexico
458. Clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of prehospital intravenous fluids in trauma patients
To provide guidance on pre (...) -hospital initiation of fluid replacement therapy in trauma.Authors' conclusions This guidance covers the management of adults, children and infants with physical injuries as a result of trauma, in whom there is evidence of obvious or probable blood loss. It does not cover the management of isolated closed head injury. For the purpose of this guidance, it is assumed that basic life support and ongoing assessment of the trauma victim are taking place as appropriate. The requirement for cannulation