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The Effects of 24-Hour Neurosurgical Call on Fine Motor Dexterity, Cognition, and Mood
The Prevalence of Beers Criteria Medication Use and Associations with Falls in Geriatric Patients at a Level 1 Trauma Center
The effect of various OR noise on fine motor skills, cognition, and mood
The Utility of Additional Imaging in Trauma Consults with Mild to Moderate Injury
Post Discharge Mortality After Geriatric Low Level Falls: A Five-Year Analysis
Narcotic-Dependent Patients Derive Equal Benefit from Enhanced Recovery
Changing the Landscape of Injury Prevention: Unlocking Geospatial Variables Through Analysis of Lawn Mower Trauma
Parathyroid hormone as a marker for hypoperfusion in trauma: A prospective observational study
Survival from Traumatic Injury Does Not End at Hospital Discharge: Hospital-Acquired Infections Increase Post-Discharge Mortality
More is better: Lymph node harvesting in colorectal cancer
Chronotherapy: Intuitive, Sound, Founded…But Not Broadly Applied
Association between Blood Transfusion, Transfusion Setting, and the Risk of Venous Thromboembolism in Patients with Isolated Orthopedic Trauma
Perioperative Statin Treatment: Can It Decrease Postsurgical Cardiac Event Risk in Noncardiac Surgery?
Alternatives to Indwelling Catheters Cause Unintended Complications
Vital Signs Strongly Predict Massive Transfusion Need in Geriatric Trauma Patients
The financial impact of an enhanced recovery protocol in colo-rectal surgical care
Provider Bias Impacts Tidal Volume Selection and Ventilator Days in Trauma Patients
Opening the Debate: How to Fulfill the Need for Physicians' Training in Circadian-Related Topics in a Full Medical School Curriculum
Contact isolation is a risk factor for venous thromboembolism in trauma patients
Development of a web-based laparoscopic technical skills assessment and testing instrument: a pilot study
Contact isolation is a risk factor for venous thromboembolism in surgical patients
Higher surgical critical care staffing levels are associated with improved National Surgical Quality Improvement Program quality measures