Subject Areas on Research
- ACR Appropriateness Criteria® Rib Fractures.
- Chest wall volume receiving >30 Gy predicts risk of severe pain and/or rib fracture after lung stereotactic body radiotherapy.
- Continuous intercostal versus paravertebral blockade for multiple fractured ribs.
- Indications for surgical stabilization of rib fractures in patients without flail chest: surveyed opinions of members of the Chest Wall Injury Society.
- Isolated first rib fracture: clinical significance after blunt chest trauma.
- Number of rib fractures thresholds independently predict worse outcomes in older patients with blunt trauma.
- Operative fixation of rib fractures after blunt trauma: A practice management guideline from the Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma.
- Pain as an indication for rib fixation: a bi-institutional pilot study.
- Posttraumatic anomalous pulmonary edema.
- Regional anesthesia for trauma outside the operating theatre.
- Reply to: Threshold of number of rib fractures in elderly blunt trauma: A simple or complex matter of numbers?
- Rib Fracture Location Should Be Evaluated When Predicting Morbidity and Mortality in Trauma Patients.
- Rib fracture stabilization in patients sustaining blunt chest injury.
- Severe chest trauma. Morbidity implication.
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