The Latest Journal Articles in Surgery - Trauma/Burn

1A prospective, randomised study of a novel transforming methacrylate dressing compared with a silver-containing sodium carboxymethylcellulose dressing on partial-thickness skin graft donor sites in burn patientsInternational Wound Journal, May 22, 2015  Clinical Article
2The prevalence and impact of defensive medicine in the radiographic workup of the trauma patient: a pilot studyThe American Journal of Surgery, May 22, 2015  Clinical Article
3When is it safe to forgo abdominal CT in blunt-injured children?Surgery, May 22, 2015  Review Article
4No evidence supporting the routine use of digital rectal examinations in trauma patientsIndian Journal of Surgery, May 22, 2015  Review Article
5Posture influence on the pendulum test of spasticity in patients with spinal cord injuryArtificial Organs, May 21, 2015  Clinical Article
6Increasing organ donation after cardiac death in trauma patientsThe American Journal of Surgery, May 21, 2015  Clinical Article
7Predictors of failure in the advanced trauma life support courseThe American Journal of Surgery, May 19, 2015  Clinical Article
8A simple technique for bone storage after decompressive craniectomy in childrenPediatric Neurosurgery, May 19, 2015
9Resuscitative thoracotomy in penetrating traumaWorld Journal of Surgery, May 15, 2015  Review Article
10Alternative end points for trauma studies: A survey of academic trauma surgeonsSurgery, May 15, 2015  Clinical Article

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The Latest Journal Articles in Surgery - Trauma/Burn

1Surgery followed by ipilimumab treatment in melanoma patients improves survival, say Moffitt Cancer Center researchersH. Lee Moffitt Cancer Center & Research Institute News, May 22, 2015
2Beaumont offers new device to help patients with right-side heart failureBeaumont Health System, May 22, 2015
3Northwestern Medicine surgeons develop new approach to removing nerve tumorsNorthwestern Medicine News, May 22, 2015
4Atrial fibrillation after surgery increases risk of heart attacks and strokes, Loyola study findsLoyola University Health System, May 21, 2015
5Most women with early-stage breast cancer avoid extensive lymph node removal, showing increasing adherence to scientific evidence that a radical operation is no longer necessaryAmerican College of Surgeons News, May 20, 2015
6Liver-sparing operation associated with higher survival rates in cancer patientsAmerican College of Surgeons News, May 20, 2015
7Late-breaking clinical trial results announced at Heart Rhythm 2015: New study examines performance of the worlds smallest pacemakerHeart Rhythm Society News, May 20, 2015
8Study: Current and former smokers linked to worse outcomes after urologic cancer surgery and other major surgeriesHenry Ford Health System, May 20, 2015
9EuroPCR 2015 news tips: Treatment delays, radial "paradox", transcatheter valves and moreEuropean Society of Cardiology News, May 19, 2015
10Designing better medical implantsMassachusetts Institute of Technology Research News, May 19, 2015

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