National trauma divide must be narrowed
- An Estimate of the Number of Lives That Could Be Saved Through Improvements in Trauma Care Globally. Trunkey, Donald // World Journal of Surgery;May2012, Vol. 36 Issue 5, p964
In this article, the author about the estimated number of lives that could be saved through improvements in trauma care worldwide. It highlights the findings of a study which reveals that five million deaths occur each year from trauma. Another study compares the Disability Adjusted Life-Years...
- Trends in Hospitalization Associated with TBI in an Urban Level 1 Trauma Centre. de Guise, Elaine; LeBlanc, Joanne; Dagher, Jehane; Tinawi, Simon; Lamoureux, Julie; Marcoux, Judith; Maleki, Mohammed; Feyz, Mitra // Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences;Jul2014, Vol. 41 Issue 4, p466
The article discusses a study on traumatic brain injury (TBI), which is considered as a single largest cause of death and disability following injury worldwide. It notes that the aim of the study was to determine the demographic, clinical, medical and accident related trends for patients with...
- Currents: Policy. // H&HN: Hospitals & Health Networks;2/20/94, Vol. 68 Issue 4, p20
Focuses on trauma care. Predicted increase in support for trauma care; Inadequacy of trauma systems; Appreciation for importance of trauma care.
- Trauma centers in danger. // Physician Executive;Jan1997, Vol. 23 Issue 1, p3
Reports on the results of a study concluding that trauma centers are at risk of closure if proposed Medicare and Medicaid cuts are enacted. Elimination of the financial balance that hospitals have achieved in providing trauma care; Projections on reductions in hospital payments with losses of...
- The traumas of casualty departments. Bulstrode, Christopher // BMJ: British Medical Journal (International Edition);07/19/97, Vol. 315 Issue 7101, p196
Discusses the flaws in the trauma care system in Great Britain. Television coverage of drama showing a real life case of medical negligence; Impact of television dramas on public perceptions.
- Local trauma caregivers strive to put themselves `out of business.' Gardner, Natalie // Business Press;08/29/97, Vol. 10 Issue 18, p27
Reports on the increased incentive for area hospitals of Texas to get involved with the regional trauma council, when they will be eligible for funding collected from the state's 911 funds to pay for EMS and trauma services. Estimation of what will be distributed among Texas hospitals; Joint...
- LIVING + DYING IN L.A. Pinsky, James // All Hands;Dec2004, Issue 1052, p32
Presents information on battlefield-bound trauma teams that are send by the U.S. Navy to the Level 1 trauma center in Los Angeles, California.
- Hospitals hamper trauma networks: report. Green, Jeffrey // AHA News;2/6/95, Vol. 31 Issue 6, p5
Reports on the findings on trauma centers in United States in the report `Progress in the Development of Trauma Systems in the U.S.: Results of a 1993 National Survey.' Limitations on the number of designated trauma centers; Reasons for state limits on establishing community trauma centers.
- Task force takes on trauma care. J.A. // AHA News;04/15/96, Vol. 32 Issue 15, p6
Reports that a regional task force in Pierce County, Washington, will take on issues of trauma care that have been troubling health care officials throughout the state. Lack of hospitals with trauma care designation; Funding shortfall in trauma care legislation; Comments from Doug Sutherland,...