Organ Injury Scaling System Can Be Used to Predict Length of Stay in Patients with Penetrating Neck Injuries

Atta, Hussein M.
June 1999
American Surgeon;Jun1999, Vol. 65 Issue 6, p575
Academic Journal
Presents information on a study that examined the strength of association between the severity of injuries in a single body region represented by the sum of Organ Injury Scale grades of all neck injuries, and the length of hospital stay. Patients and methods; Results; Discussion.


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