Presidential address. The best of the Midwest

Scholten, Donald J.
March 2002
American Surgeon;Mar2002, Vol. 68 Issue 3, p217
Academic Journal
journal article
Comments on the Midwest Surgical Association in the U.S. Qualities of a surgeon; Information on people who contributed to the association; Efforts of the Michigan Committee on Trauma to improve trauma care in the state; Details of a study concerning trauma care and systems in the U.S.; List of states with established trauma systems.


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