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- Emergency care of the injured child.Postgrad. Med. 1984; 75
- The injury severity score. A method for describing patients with multiple injuries and evaluating emergency care.J. Trauma. 1974; 14: 187-196
- Hazards of nonoperative therapy of hepatic injury in children.J. Trauma. 1984; 24
- Immediate traumatic pseudocyst formation in children.Surgery. 1981; 90: 872-875
- Management of acute cranial cerebral trauma in children.Contemp. Neurosurg. 1979; 10: 1-8
- The value of CAT scanning following pediatric head injury.Clin. Pediatr. 1980; 19: 719-725
- Intracranial pressure monitoring in the management of the pediatric trauma patient.J. Pediatr. Surg. 1980; 15: 537-542
- Motor vehicle injury in childhood.Pediatr. Rev. 1983; 4: 247-254
- One year experience in a regional pediatric trauma center.J. Pediatr. Surg. 1985; 20: 8-13
Criado, F.J., and Wilson, T.H.: Conservative surgery for splenic injury. Injury, 13:57–60.
- Computed tomography and head trauma.Semin. Roentgenol. 1977; 12
- Traumatic pseudocyst of the lung.Contemp. Surg. 1983; 23: 51-56
- Pediatric trauma: An algorithm for diagnosis in therapy.J. Trauma. 1983; 23: 91-97
- Splenectomy in childhood: A review of 1413 cases.J. Pediatr. Surg. 1972; 7: 382
- Multiple trauma in children. Initial management, key to improved survival.Postgrad. Med. 1984; 75: 111-123
- The value of computerized tomography in the management of 1000 consecutive head injuries.Surg. Neurol. 1977; 7: 171
- Nonoperative management of liver injuries following blunt abdominal trauma in children.J. Pediatr. Surg. 1984; 19: 515-518
- Blunt splenic trauma: A reassessment of surgical therapy based on laboratory and clinical observations.Surg. Ann. 1980; 12: 123-138
- Organization and function of a regional pediatric trauma center: Does a system of management improve outcome?.J. Trauma. 1983; 23: 691-696
- Aspects of coma after severe head injury.Lancet. 1977; 1: 878-881
- The nonoperative management of pediatric hepatic trauma.J. Pediatr. Surg. 1983; 18: 512-518
- Susceptibility to infection after splenectomy performed in infancy.Ann. Surg. 1952; 136: 239-242
- Blunt renal trauma in the pediatric population: A retrospective study.J. Urol. 1981; 126: 648-649
- Genital urinary trauma in children.Urol. Clin. North Am. 1985; 12: 53-65
- Critical care of the child with multi-trauma.Nurs. Clin. North Am. 1981; 16: 658
- Blunt renal trauma in the pediatric patient.J. Pediatr. Surg. 1981; 16: 669-676
- Emergency intracranial pressure monitoring in pediatrics. Management of the acute coma of brain insult.Clin. Pediatr. 1982; 21: 391-396
- The modified injury severity scale in pediatric multiple trauma patients.J. Pediatr. Surg. 1980; 15: 719-726
- Causes of morbidity and mortality in severe pediatric trauma.J.A.M.A. 1981; 245: 719-721
- Effect of multiple trauma on outcome of pediatric patients with neurologic injuries.Childs Brain. 1981; 5: 189-197
- Preventable traumatic deaths in children.J. Pediatr. Surg. 1983; 18: 505-508
- Thoracic trauma in children.Pediatrics. 1984; 74: 813-818
- Prevention of childhood injuries. Morbidity and mortality—an overview.Pediatr. Ann. 1983; 12: 716-719
- Kidney injuries in children.J. Urol. 1967; 98: 539-540
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- Renal trauma in childhood.J.A.M.A. 1962; 182: 709
- Maximum survival in pediatric trauma: The ideal system.J. Trauma. 1984; 24: 818-823
- Management of severe pediatric head trauma.Pediatr. Clin. North Am. 1980; 27: 715-727
- Emergency medical services and the pediatric patient: Are the needs being met?.Pediatrics. 1984; 73: 769-772
- Post-splenectomy sepsis.in: Rosenberg H.S. Bolande R.P. Perspectives on Pediatric Pathology. Yearbook Medical Publishers, Chicago1973: 285
- Chest trauma in children.J. Pediatr. Surg. 1979; 14: 41-46
Tepas, J.J., Alexander, R.H., Campbell, J.D., et al.: An improved scoring system for assessment of the injured child. J. Trauma, in press.
Trunkey, D.: Do trauma centers make a difference?. (editorial) Infect. Surg., 1983.
- Factors affecting outcome in the pediatric patient with multiple trauma.Childs Brain. 1984; 11: 387-397
- Ruptured spleen—when to operate?.J. Pediatr. Surg. 1981; 16: 324-326
- Impact of regionalization: The Orange County experience.Arch. Surg. 1983; 118: 740
- Closed renal trauma in children.Aust. N.Z.J. Surg. 1982; 52: 66
- Computed tomography in pediatric head trauma.J. Neurol. Radiol. 1981; 8: 257-271