Impact of trauma center designation level on the survival of trauma patients transported by police in the United States - Bou Saba G, Bachir R, El Sayed M.

In this study, we examined the impact of trauma designation level o...
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This study aimed at analyzing the traumatic experience many years ago on the current psycho...
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This paper explored epidemiology and evaluation of posterior segment involvement as prognostic factors for functional outcome of patients with open globe injuries. A retrospective analysis of 151 patients with open globe injuries was conducted. Pre- and po...
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INTRODUCTION: Due to market expansion of electric-scooter companies, a significant rise of personal e-scooter use in dense, urban communities has been observed. No literature has specifically focused on e-scooter fracture epidemiology and risk factors asso...
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To identify a useful non-imaging tool to screen paediatric patients with traumatic brain injury for intracranial haemorrhage (ICH). We retrospectively analysed patients aged  ...
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OBJECTIVES: Previous findings suggest that abusive supervision, i.e.,  subordinates' perceptions of their supervisor's behaviours as hostile (excluding physical aggression), may increase the risk of health complaints. In addition, recent data suggest that ...
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This retrospective study examined the perception and predictors of health locus of control (LOC) in 71 individuals with a spinal cord injury (SCI) at discharge from inpatient rehabilitation (average age 39  years, 77% male, 54% black, 51% cervical SCI, 51...
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This study analyzes the impact on posttraumatic stress and recove...
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BACKGROUND: Trans women face disproportionate burden of adverse health outcomes, including mental health issues. Very little is known about suicidal behavior among trans women in low- and middle-income settings, such as Brazil. We aimed to estimate the pre...
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This study aimed to evaluate the prevalence of various mental health issues in a Swiss elite athletes' cohort duri...
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BACKGROUND: In Japan, ten percent of single-parent households are led by fathers. Taking care of children as a single father is very stressful and could put a strain on their health. It is very important to prevent and identify psychological distress among...
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