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Project: Physiologic Predictors of Severe Injury: Systematic Review [Entered Retrospectively]

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Initial hematocrit predicts the use of blood transfusion in the pediatric trauma patient. Allen CJ., Tashiro J., Valle EJ., Thorson CM., Shariatmadar S., Schulman CI., Neville HL., Proctor KG., Sola JE. 2014
A comparison of prehospital and hospital data in trauma patients. Arbabi S., Jurkovich GJ., Wahl WL., Franklin GA., Hemmila MR., Taheri PA., Maier RV. 2004
Rapid prediction of trauma patient survival by analysis of heart rate complexity: impact of reducing data set size. Batchinsky AI., Salinas J., Kuusela T., Necsoiu C., Jones J., Cancio LC. 2009
Capillary lactate concentration on admission of normotensive trauma patients: a prospective study. Bouzat P., Schilte C., Vinclair M., Manhes P., Brun J., Bosson JL., Payen JF. 2016
Prehospital lactate improves accuracy of prehospital criteria for designating trauma activation level. Brown JB., Lerner EB., Sperry JL., Billiar TR., Peitzman AB., Guyette FX. 2016
Serum lactate and base deficit as predictors of mortality in normotensive elderly blunt trauma patients. Callaway DW., Shapiro NI., Donnino MW., Baker C., Rosen CL. 2009
Utility of the shock index in predicting mortality in traumatically injured patients. Cannon CM., Braxton CC., Kling-Smith M., Mahnken JD., Carlton E., Moncure M. 2009
Comparing biomarkers of traumatic shock: the utility of anion gap, base excess, and serum lactate in the ED. Caputo ND., Kanter M., Fraser R., Simon R. 2015
The significance of out-of-hospital hypotension in blunt trauma patients. Chan L., Bartfield JM., Reilly KM. 1997
Is respiration-induced variation in the photoplethysmogram associated with major hypovolemia in patients with acute traumatic injuries? Chen L., Reisner AT., Gribok A., Reifman J. 2010
Diagnosis of hemorrhage in a prehospital trauma population using linear and nonlinear multiparameter analysis of vital signs. Chen L., Reisner AT., McKenna TM., Gribok A., Reifman J. 2007
Trauma team activation and the impact on mortality. Cherry RA., King TS., Carney DE., Bryant P., Cooney RN. 2007
Admission base deficit predicts transfusion requirements and risk of complications. Davis JW., Parks SN., Kaups KL., Gladen HE., O'Donnell-Nicol S. 1996
Application of the Shock Index to the prediction of need for hemostasis intervention. DeMuro JP., Simmons S., Jax J., Gianelli SM. 2013
A comparison of base deficit and vital signs in the early assessment of patients with penetrating trauma in a high burden setting. Dunham MP., Sartorius B., Laing GL., Bruce JL., Clarke DL. 2017
Lactate and base deficit in trauma: does alcohol or drug use impair their predictive accuracy? Dunne JR., Tracy JK., Scalea TM., Napolitano LM. 2005
Hypotension begins at 110 mm Hg: redefining "hypotension" with data. Eastridge BJ., Salinas J., McManus JG., Blackburn L., Bugler EM., Cooke WH., Convertino VA., Concertino VA., Wade CE., Holcomb JB. 2007
Initial venous lactate levels in patients with isolated penetrating extremity trauma: a retrospective cohort study. Folkert IW., Sims CA., Pascual JL., Allen SR., Kim PK., Schwab CW., Holena DN. 2015
Prehospital hypotension as a valid indicator of trauma team activation. Franklin GA., Boaz PW., Spain DA., Lukan JK., Carrillo EH., Richardson JD. 2000
A comparison of prehospital lactate and systolic blood pressure for predicting the need for resuscitative care in trauma transported by ground. Guyette FX., Meier EN., Newgard C., McKnight B., Daya M., Bulger EM., Powell JL., Brasel KJ., Kerby JD., Egan D., Sise M., Coimbra R., Fabian TC., Hoyt DB. 2015
Validation of the Shock Index, Modified Shock Index, and Age Shock Index for Predicting Mortality of Geriatric Trauma Patients in Emergency Departments. Kim SY., Hong KJ., Shin SD., Ro YS., Ahn KO., Kim YJ., Lee EJ. 2016
Heart rate variability as a triage tool in patients with trauma during prehospital helicopter transport. King DR., Ogilvie MP., Pereira BM., Chang Y., Manning RJ., Conner JA., Schulman CI., McKenney MG., Proctor KG. 2009
Shock index as a marker for significant injury in trauma patients. King RW., Plewa MC., Buderer NM., Knotts FB. 1996
The use of the reverse shock index to identify high-risk trauma patients in addition to the criteria for trauma team activation: a cross-sectional study based on a trauma registry system. Kuo SC., Kuo PJ., Hsu SY., Rau CS., Chen YC., Hsieh HY., Hsieh CH. 2016
Using the Reverse Shock Index at the Injury Scene and in the Emergency Department to Identify High-Risk Patients: A Cross-Sectional Retrospective Study. Lai WH., Rau CS., Hsu SY., Wu SC., Kuo PJ., Hsieh HY., Chen YC., Hsieh CH. 2016
Evaluation of prehospital and emergency department systolic blood pressure as a predictor of in-hospital mortality. Lalezarzadeh F., Wisniewski P., Huynh K., Loza M., Gnanadev D. 2009
Trauma team activation: simplified criteria safely reduces overtriage. Lehmann RK., Arthurs ZM., Cuadrado DG., Casey LE., Beekley AC., Martin MJ. 2007
Prehospital hypotension is a predictor of the need for an emergent, therapeutic operation in trauma patients with normal systolic blood pressure in the emergency department. Lipsky AM., Gausche-Hill M., Henneman PL., Loffredo AJ., Eckhardt PB., Cryer HG., de Virgilio C., Klein SL., Bongard FS., Lewis RJ. 2006
Comparison of Decision-Assist and Clinical Judgment of Experts for Prediction of Lifesaving Interventions. Mackenzie CF., Gao C., Hu PF., Anazodo A., Chen H., Dinardo T., Imle PC., Hartsky L., Stephens C., Menaker J., Fouche Y., Murdock K., Galvagno S., Alcorta R., Shackelford S. 2015
Automated prediction of early blood transfusion and mortality in trauma patients. Mackenzie CF., Wang Y., Hu PF., Chen SY., Chen HH., Hagegeorge G., Stansbury LG., Shackelford S. 2014
Should we still use motor vehicle intrusion as a sole triage criterion for the use of trauma center resources? Matsushima K., Chouliaras K., Koenig W., Preston C., Gorospe D., Demetriades D. 2016
Radial pulse character relationships to systolic blood pressure and trauma outcomes. McManus J., Yershov AL., Ludwig D., Holcomb JB., Salinas J., Dubick MA., Convertino VA., Hinds D., David W., Flanagan T., Duke JH. -- Not Found --
An analysis of shock index as a correlate for outcomes in trauma by age group. McNab A., Burns B., Bhullar I., Chesire D., Kerwin A. 2013
Discrepancy between heart rate and makers of hypoperfusion is a predictor of mortality in trauma patients. Mizushima Y., Ueno M., Watanabe H., Ishikawa K., Matsuoka T. 2011
The Shock Index revisited - a fast guide to transfusion requirement? A retrospective analysis on 21,853 patients derived from the TraumaRegister DGU. Mutschler M., Nienaber U., Münzberg M., Wölfl C., Schoechl H., Paffrath T., Bouillon B., Maegele M. 2013
Admission serum lactate levels do not predict mortality in the acutely injured patient. Pal JD., Victorino GP., Twomey P., Liu TH., Bullard MK., Harken AH. 2006
Leukocytosis as prognostic indicator of major injury. Paladino L., Subramanian RA., Bonilla E., Sinert RH. 2010
Shock index predicts mortality in geriatric trauma patients: an analysis of the National Trauma Data Bank. Pandit V., Rhee P., Hashmi A., Kulvatunyou N., Tang A., Khalil M., O'Keeffe T., Green D., Friese RS., Joseph B. 2014
Automated continuous vital signs predict use of uncrossed matched blood and massive transfusion following trauma. Parimi N., Hu PF., Mackenzie CF., Yang S., Bartlett ST., Scalea TM., Stein DM. 2016
The predictive value of initial serum lactate in trauma patients. Parsikia A., Bones K., Kaplan M., Strain J., Leung PS., Ortiz J., Joshi AR. 2014
Prehospital shock index and pulse pressure/heart rate ratio to predict massive transfusion after severe trauma: Retrospective analysis of a large regional trauma database. Pottecher J., Ageron FX., Fauché C., Chemla D., Noll E., Duranteau J., Chapiteau L., Payen JF., Bouzat P. 2016
Comparison of the Prognostic Significance of Initial Blood Lactate and Base Deficit in Trauma Patients. Raux M., Le Manach Y., Gauss T., Baumgarten R., Hamada S., Harrois A., Riou B., Duranteau J., Langeron O., Mantz J., Paugam-Burtz C., Vigue B. 2017
Prognostic significance of blood lactate and lactate clearance in trauma patients. Régnier MA., Raux M., Le Manach Y., Asencio Y., Gaillard J., Devilliers C., Langeron O., Riou B. 2012
Is heart period variability associated with the administration of lifesaving interventions in individual prehospital trauma patients with normal standard vital signs? Rickards CA., Ryan KL., Ludwig DA., Convertino VA. 2010
Venous glucose and arterial lactate as biochemical predictors of mortality in clinically severely injured trauma patients--a comparison with ISS and TRISS. Sammour T., Kahokehr A., Caldwell S., Hill AG. 2009
Field hypotension in patients who arrive at the hospital normotensive: a marker of severe injury or crying wolf? Schenarts PJ., Phade SV., Agle SC., Goettler CE., Sagraves SG., Newell MA., Rotondo MF. -- Not Found --
Predicting blood transfusion using automated analysis of pulse oximetry signals and laboratory values. Shackelford S., Yang S., Hu P., Miller C., Anazodo A., Galvagno S., Wang Y., Hartsky L., Fang R., Mackenzie C. 2015
Diagnostic accuracy of a single point-of-care prehospital serum lactate for predicting outcomes in pediatric trauma patients. Shah A., Guyette F., Suffoletto B., Schultz B., Quintero J., Predis E., King C. 2013
Mathematical program for outcome prediction and therapeutic support for trauma beginning within 1 hr of admission: a preliminary report. Shoemaker WC., Bayard DS., Botnen A., Wo CC., Gandhi A., Chien LC., Lu K., Martin MJ., Chan LS., Demetriades D., Ahmadpour N., Jelliffe RW. 2005
Role of trauma team activation in poor outcomes of elderly patients. St John AE., Rowhani-Rahbar A., Arbabi S., Bulger EM. 2016
Reappraising the concept of massive transfusion in trauma. Stanworth SJ., Morris TP., Gaarder C., Goslings JC., Maegele M., Cohen MJ., König TC., Davenport RA., Pittet JF., Johansson PI., Allard S., Johnson T., Brohi K. 2010
Identifying risk for massive transfusion in the relatively normotensive patient: utility of the prehospital shock index. Vandromme MJ., Griffin RL., Kerby JD., McGwin G., Rue LW., Weinberg JA. 2011
Prospective identification of patients at risk for massive transfusion: an imprecise endeavor. Vandromme MJ., Griffin RL., McGwin G., Weinberg JA., Rue LW., Kerby JD. 2011
Lactate is a better predictor than systolic blood pressure for determining blood requirement and mortality: could prehospital measures improve trauma triage? Vandromme MJ., Griffin RL., Weinberg JA., Rue LW., Kerby JD. 2010
Predicting haemorrhage in pre-hospital traumatic patients: evaluation of the novel heart-to-arm time index. Vettorello M., Santambrogio SM., Calini AR., Tizzoni L., Marconi G., Lippi MG., Sesana G., Chiara O., Fumagalli R. 2013
Trends of Hemoglobin Oximetry: Do They Help Predict Blood Transfusion During Trauma Patient Resuscitation? Yang S., Hu PF., Anazodo A., Gao C., Chen H., Wade C., Hartsky L., Miller C., Imle C., Fang R., Mackenzie CF. 2016
New vitals after injury: shock index for the young and age x shock index for the old. Zarzaur BL., Croce MA., Fischer PE., Magnotti LJ., Fabian TC. 2008
Predicting the need to perform life-saving interventions in trauma patients by using new vital signs and artificial neural networks Batchinsky, A.I. Salinas, J. Jones, J.A. Necsoiu, C. Cancio, L.C. 2009
Changes in vital signs of trauma victims from prehospital to hospital settings Lin, Guy Becker, Alexander Lynn, Mauricio 2011
Shock index as a mortality predictor in patients with acute polytrauma Montoya, K. F. Charry, J. D. Calle-Toro, J. S. Núñez, L. R. Poveda, G. 2015
Prehospital dynamic tissue oxygen saturation response predicts in-hospital lifesaving interventions in trauma patients. Guyette FX., Gomez H., Suffoletto B., Quintero J., Mesquida J., Kim HK., Hostler D., Puyana JC., Pinsky MR. 2012
Low tissue oxygen saturation is associated with requirements for transfusion in the rural trauma population. Khasawneh MA., Zielinski MD., Jenkins DH., Zietlow SP., Schiller HJ., Rivera M. 2014
Comparison of respiratory rate and peripheral oxygen saturation to assess severity in trauma patients. Raux M., Thicoïpé M., Wiel E., Rancurel E., Savary D., David JS., Berthier F., Ricard-Hibon A., Birgel F., Riou B. 2006
End-tidal carbon dioxide and occult injury in trauma patients: ETCO Williams DJ., Guirgis FW., Morrissey TK., Wilkerson J., Wears RL., Kalynych C., Kerwin AJ., Godwin SA. 2016
Value of the Glasgow coma scale, age, and arterial blood pressure score for predicting the mortality of major trauma patients presenting to the emergency department. Ahun E., Köksal Ö., Sığırlı D., Torun G., Dönmez SS., Armağan E. 2014
Field trauma triage: combining mechanism of injury with the prehospital index for an improved trauma triage tool. Bond RJ., Kortbeek JB., Preshaw RM. 1997
Prediction of mortality and of the need for massive transfusion in casualties arriving at combat support hospitals in Iraq. Cancio LC., Wade CE., West SA., Holcomb JB. 2008
Prehospital factors associated with mortality in injured air medical patients. Cudnik MT., Werman HA., White LJ., Opalek JM. -- Not Found --
START triage: does it work? Gebhart ME., Pence R. -- Not Found --
Trauma triage: a comparison of CRAMS and TRTS in a UK population. Gray A., Goyder EC., Goodacre SW., Johnson GS. 1997
Manual vital signs reliably predict need for life-saving interventions in trauma patients. Holcomb JB., Salinas J., McManus JM., Miller CC., Cooke WH., Convertino VA. 2005
UK triage--an improved tool for an evolving threat. Horne S., Vassallo J., Read J., Ball S. 2013
Geriatric-specific triage criteria are more sensitive than standard adult criteria in identifying need for trauma center care in injured older adults. Ichwan B., Darbha S., Shah MN., Thompson L., Evans DC., Boulger CT., Caterino JM. 2015
Rapid Emergency Medicine Score (REMS) in the trauma population: a retrospective study. Imhoff BF., Thompson NJ., Hastings MA., Nazir N., Moncure M., Cannon CM. 2014
Comparison of the trauma and injury severity score and modified early warning score with rapid lactate level (the ViEWS-L score) in blunt trauma patients. Jo S., Lee JB., Jin YH., Jeong T., Yoon J., Choi SJ., Park B. 2014
External validation of the Emergency Trauma Score for early prediction of mortality in trauma patients. Joosse P., de Jong WJ., Reitsma JB., Wendt KW., Schep NW., Goslings JC. 2014
Revised trauma scoring system to predict in-hospital mortality in the emergency department: Glasgow Coma Scale, Age, and Systolic Blood Pressure score. Kondo Y., Abe T., Kohshi K., Tokuda Y., Cook EF., Kukita I. 2011
Improving the prediction of mortality and the need for life-saving interventions in trauma patients using standard vital signs with heart-rate variability and complexity. Liu NT., Holcomb JB., Wade CE., Salinas J. 2015
Helicopter transport of injured children: system effectiveness and triage criteria. Moront ML., Gotschall CS., Eichelberger MR. 1996
Improving early identification of the high-risk elderly trauma patient by emergency medical services. Newgard CD., Holmes JF., Haukoos JS., Bulger EM., Staudenmayer K., Wittwer L., Stecker E., Dai M., Hsia RY. 2016
Predicting early death in patients with traumatic bleeding: development and validation of prognostic model. Perel P., Prieto-Merino D., Shakur H., Clayton T., Lecky F., Bouamra O., Russell R., Faulkner M., Steyerberg EW., Roberts I. 2012
Development and validation of a prognostic model to predict death in patients with traumatic bleeding, and evaluation of the effect of tranexamic acid on mortality according to baseline risk: a secondary analysis of a randomised controlled trial. Perel P., Prieto-Merino D., Shakur H., Roberts I. 2013
Development of a novel age-specific pediatric trauma score. Potoka DA., Schall LC., Ford HR. 2001
Field triage of trauma patients: improving on the Prehospital Index. Tamim H., Joseph L., Mulder D., Battista RN., Lavoie A., Sampalis JS. 2002
Major incident triage: Derivation and comparative analysis of the Modified Physiological Triage Tool (MPTT). Vassallo J., Beavis J., Smith JE., Wallis LA. 2017
A simplified emergency trauma score for predicting mortality in emergency setting. Yuen MS., Mann SK., Chow DH. 2016
Evaluation of MGAP and GAP trauma scores to predict prognosis of multiple-trauma patients Rahmani, F. Bakhtavar, H. E. Vahdati, S. S. Hosseini, M. Esfanjani, R. M. 2017
Sublingual capnometry for rapid determination of the severity of hemorrhagic shock. Baron BJ., Dutton RP., Zehtabchi S., Spanfelner J., Stavile KL., Khodorkovsky B., Nagdev A., Hahn B., Scalea TM. 2007
Diagnostic utility of sublingual PCO2 for detecting hemorrhage in penetrating trauma patients. Baron BJ., Sinert R., Zehtabchi S., Stavile KL., Scalea TM. 2004
Continuous noninvasive tissue oximetry in the early evaluation of the combat casualty: a prospective study. Beekley AC., Martin MJ., Nelson T., Grathwohl KW., Griffith M., Beilman G., Holcomb JB. 2010
The value of traditional vital signs, shock index, and age-based markers in predicting trauma mortality. Bruijns SR., Guly HR., Bouamra O., Lecky F., Lee WA. 2013
The value of the difference between ED and prehospital vital signs in predicting outcome in trauma. Bruijns SR., Guly HR., Bouamra O., Lecky F., Wallis LA. 2014
Nasal cannula end-tidal CO2 correlates with serum lactate levels and odds of operative intervention in penetrating trauma patients: a prospective cohort study. Caputo ND., Fraser RM., Paliga A., Matarlo J., Kanter M., Hosford K., Madlinger R. 2012
Heart rate variability and its association with mortality in prehospital trauma patients. Cooke WH., Salinas J., Convertino VA., Ludwig DA., Hinds D., Duke JH., Moore FA., Holcomb JB. 2006
Refining the trauma triage algorithm at an Australian major trauma centre: derivation and internal validation of a triage risk score. Dinh MM., Bein KJ., Oliver M., Veillard AS., Ivers R. 2014
Is heart rate variability better than routine vital signs for prehospital identification of major hemorrhage? Edla S., Reisner AT., Liu J., Convertino VA., Carter R., Reifman J. 2015
Prehospital triage in the injured pediatric patient. Engum SA., Mitchell MK., Scherer LR., Gomez G., Jacobson L., Solotkin K., Grosfeld JL. 2000
Evaluation of the performance of French physician-staffed emergency medical service in the triage of major trauma patients. Hamada SR., Gauss T., Duchateau FX., Truchot J., Harrois A., Raux M., Duranteau J., Mantz J., Paugam-Burtz C. 2014
Ability of the Physiologic Criteria of the Field Triage Guidelines to Identify Children Who Need the Resources of a Trauma Center. Lerner EB., Drendel AL., Cushman JT., Badawy M., Shah MN., Guse CE., Cooper A. -- Not Found --
Development and validation of a machine learning algorithm and hybrid system to predict the need for life-saving interventions in trauma patients. Liu NT., Holcomb JB., Wade CE., Batchinsky AI., Cancio LC., Darrah MI., Salinas J. 2014
Do prehospital criteria optimally assign injured children to the appropriate level of trauma team activation and emergency department disposition at a level I pediatric trauma center? Nabaweesi R., Morlock L., Lule C., Ziegfeld S., Gielen A., Colombani PM., Bowman SM. 2014
The availability and use of out-of-hospital physiologic information to identify high-risk injured children in a multisite, population-based cohort. Newgard CD., Rudser K., Atkins DL., Berg R., Osmond MH., Bulger EM., Davis DP., Schreiber MA., Warden C., Rea TD., Emerson S. -- Not Found --
Early risk stratification of patients with major trauma requiring massive blood transfusion. Rainer TH., Ho AM., Yeung JH., Cheung NK., Wong RS., Tang N., Ng SK., Wong GK., Lai PB., Graham CA. 2011
Utility of admission serum lactate in pediatric trauma. Ramanathan R., Parrish DW., Hartwich JE., Haynes JH. 2015
Heart rate variability is an independent predictor of morbidity and mortality in hemodynamically stable trauma patients. Ryan ML., Ogilvie MP., Pereira BM., Gomez-Rodriguez JC., Manning RJ., Vargas PA., Duncan RC., Proctor KG. 2011
Initial emergency department trauma scores from the OPALS study: the case for the motor score in blunt trauma. Al-Salamah MA., McDowell I., Stiell IG., Wells GA., Perry J., Al-Sultan M., Nesbitt L. 2004
Admission lactate level and the APACHE II score are the most useful predictors of prognosis following torso trauma. Aslar AK., Kuzu MA., Elhan AH., Tanik A., Hengirmen S. 2004
Mechanism of injury and special consideration criteria still matter: an evaluation of the National Trauma Triage Protocol. Brown JB., Stassen NA., Bankey PE., Sangosanya AT., Cheng JD., Gestring ML. 2011
Can we improve the clinical utility of respiratory rate as a monitored vital sign? Chen L., Reisner AT., Gribok A., McKenna TM., Reifman J. 2009
Comparative analysis of multiple-casualty incident triage algorithms. Garner A., Lee A., Harrison K., Schultz CH. 2001
Prehospital physiologic data and lifesaving interventions in trauma patients. Holcomb JB., Niles SE., Miller CC., Hinds D., Duke JH., Moore FA. 2005
Norwegian survival prediction model in trauma: modelling effects of anatomic injury, acute physiology, age, and co-morbidity. Jones JM., Skaga NO., Søvik S., Lossius HM., Eken T. 2014
Evaluation of standard versus nonstandard vital signs monitors in the prehospital and emergency departments: results and lessons learned from a trauma patient care protocol. Liu NT., Holcomb JB., Wade CE., Darrah MI., Salinas J. 2014
Statistical validation of the Revised Trauma Score. Moore L., Lavoie A., LeSage N., Abdous B., Bergeron E., Liberman M., Emond M. 2006
Physiologic field triage criteria for identifying seriously injured older adults. Newgard CD., Richardson D., Holmes JF., Rea TD., Hsia RY., Mann NC., Staudenmayer K., Barton ED., Bulger EM., Haukoos JS. -- Not Found --
Prehospital identification of major trauma patients. Ocak G., Sturms LM., Hoogeveen JM., Le Cessie S., Jukema GN. 2009
Novel prehospital monitor with injury acuity alarm to identify trauma patients who require lifesaving intervention. Van Haren RM., Thorson CM., Valle EJ., Busko AM., Jouria JM., Livingstone AS., Namias N., Schulman CI., Proctor KG. 2014
Continuously recorded oxygen saturation and heart rate during prehospital transport outperform initial measurement in prediction of mortality after trauma. Woodford MR., Mackenzie CF., DuBose J., Hu P., Kufera J., Hu EZ., Dutton RP., Scalea TM. 2012
Calculation of different triage scores based on the German Trauma Registry: value of the shock index Grimme, K. Pape, H. C. Probst, C. Seelis, M. Sott, A. Harwood, P. Zelle, B. Krettek, C. Allgöwer, M. 2005
Prehospital loss of R-to-R interval complexity is associated with mortality in trauma patients. Batchinsky AI., Cancio LC., Salinas J., Kuusela T., Cooke WH., Wang JJ., Boehme M., Convertino VA., Holcomb JB. 2007
Systolic blood pressure criteria in the National Trauma Triage Protocol for geriatric trauma: 110 is the new 90. Brown JB., Gestring ML., Forsythe RM., Stassen NA., Billiar TR., Peitzman AB., Sperry JL. 2015
Heart-rate complexity for prediction of prehospital lifesaving interventions in trauma patients. Cancio LC., Batchinsky AI., Salinas J., Kuusela T., Convertino VA., Wade CE., Holcomb JB. 2008
Decision tool for the early diagnosis of trauma patient hypovolemia. Chen L., McKenna TM., Reisner AT., Gribok A., Reifman J. 2008
Prehospital serum lactate as a predictor of outcomes in trauma patients: a retrospective observational study. Guyette F., Suffoletto B., Castillo JL., Quintero J., Callaway C., Puyana JC. 2011
Substituting systolic blood pressure with shock index in the National Trauma Triage Protocol. Haider AA., Azim A., Rhee P., Kulvatunyou N., Ibraheem K., Tang A., O'Keeffe T., Iftikhar H., Vercruysse G., Joseph B. 2016
Incremental benefit of individual American College of Surgeons trauma triage criteria. Henry MC., Hollander JE., Alicandro JM., Cassara G., O'Malley S., Thode HC. 1996
The modified rapid emergency medicine score: A novel trauma triage tool to predict in-hospital mortality. Miller RT., Nazir N., McDonald T., Cannon CM. 2017
The utility of base deficit and arterial lactate in differentiating major from minor injury in trauma patients with normal vital signs. Paladino L., Sinert R., Wallace D., Anderson T., Yadav K., Zehtabchi S. 2008
Triage hyperglycemia as a prognostic indicator of major trauma. Paladino L., Subramanian RA., Nabors S., Bhardwaj S., Sinert R. 2010
The utility of shock index in differentiating major from minor injury. Paladino L., Subramanian RA., Nabors S., Sinert R. 2011
Usefulness of the Shock Index as a secondary triage tool. Vassallo J., Horne S., Ball S., Smith J. 2015
Early prediction of posttraumatic in-hospital mortality in pediatric patients. Courville XF., Koval KJ., Carney BT., Spratt KF. -- Not Found --
Pediatric trauma team activation: are we making the right call? Lee YT., Feng XY., Lin YC., Chiang LW. 2014
Utility of vital signs, heart rate variability and complexity, and machine learning for identifying the need for lifesaving interventions in trauma patients. Liu NT., Holcomb JB., Wade CE., Darrah MI., Salinas J. 2014
Data quality of a wearable vital signs monitor in the pre-hospital and emergency departments for enhancing prediction of needs for life-saving interventions in trauma patients. Liu NT., Holcomb JB., Wade CE., Darrah MI., Salinas J. 2015
What do prehospital trauma scores predict besides mortality? Raux M., Sartorius D., Le Manach Y., David JS., Riou B., Vivien B. 2011
Muscle Oxygen Saturation Improves Diagnostic Association Between Initial Vital Signs and Major Hemorrhage: A Prospective Observational Study. Reisner AT., Edla S., Liu J., Rubin JT., Thorsen JE., Kittell E., Smith JB., Yeh DD., Reifman J. 2016
Mechanism, glasgow coma scale, age, and arterial pressure (MGAP): a new simple prehospital triage score to predict mortality in trauma patients. Sartorius D., Le Manach Y., David JS., Rancurel E., Smail N., Thicoïpé M., Wiel E., Ricard-Hibon A., Berthier F., Gueugniaud PY., Riou B. 2010

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