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Early resuscitation intensity as a surrogate for bleeding severity and early mortality in the PROMMTT study.
Are we delivering two standards of care for pelvic trauma? Availability of angioembolization after hours and on weekends increases time to therapeutic intervention.
A joint latent class model for classifying severely hemorrhaging trauma patients.
A joint latent class analysis for adjusting survival bias with application to a trauma transfusion study.
Estimating the ratio of multivariate recurrent event rates with application to a blood transfusion study.
Recurrent event frailty models reduced time-varying and other biases in evaluating transfusion protocols for traumatic hemorrhage.
Pre-hospital transfusion of plasma in hemorrhaging trauma patients independently improves hemostatic competence and acidosis.
A comparison of resuscitation intensity and critical administration threshold in predicting early mortality among bleeding patients: A multicenter validation in 680 major transfusion patients.