trauma


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marked tissue damage, especially when produced by physical injury

something that jars the mind or emotions

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The government should upgrade the facilities rather than downgrading the trauma centre.
As part of this cooperation, we send complete details of how we treat every poly trauma patient at our hospital to Germany and they analyse our data and benchmark it with other reputed hospitals in the registry.
On the basis of the type of fixator, internal fixator has the largest market in the orthopedic trauma fixation devices market and is expected to grow at a CAGR of about 6.
Parts 1 and 2 of the book describe what it means to be trauma informed in both theory and practice and the implications of such a response for diverse groups and settings.
Trauma centers also cost much more to operate than conventional hospitals.
About 85 percent of injured patients can be treated at their local hospitals as long as that facility is committed to trauma care, he says.
For hospitals that have trauma centers, though, the cost of delivering the critical care has risen during the last decade, said Connie Potter, president of the National Foundation for Trauma Care.
I hope the on-going campaign around Birth Trauma Awareness Day will play a crucial role in making more people aware of the huge impact that birth trauma can have.
RESULTS: 7 172 patients were treated for trauma to the chest (more stab wounds than blunt trauma or gunshot injuries).
As a region, we are lacking in adequate medical services and adequate trauma services.
In addition, the presence of the splints reduces the likelihood of digital trauma, which can prevent healing.
Searching for Connection: An Exploration of Trauma, Culture, and Hope" is author Karen Merriam's analysis of the process by which personal trauma is integrated by survivors.
Trauma is the leading cause of disability in children and young adults and the most common cause of death for individuals between ages one and 44 in the US.