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Trauma and Injury Severity Score
(301 times)
(86 times)
ISS (130 times)
RTS (70 times)
GCS (40 times)
1990 One year's experience of major trauma outcome study methodology.
Transfusion Requirements in Septic Shock
(10 times)
(6 times)
RBC (4 times)
Hb (3 times)
CI (1 time)
2013 Transfusion requirements in septic shock (TRISS) trial - comparing the effects and safety of liberal versus restrictive red blood cell transfusion in septic shock patients in the ICU: protocol for a randomised controlled trial.
(4 times)
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ISS (4 times)
AIS (3 times)
RTS (3 times)
2011 [Preclinical prediction of prehospital injury severity by emergency physicians : approach to evaluate validity].
Trauma Score-ISS
(2 times)
General Surgery
(2 times)
ICISS (2 times)
ISS (2 times)
RTS (2 times)
1989 Comparison of trauma assessment scores and their use in prediction of infection and death.
trauma and ISS scores
(1 time)
General Surgery
(1 time)
ISS (1 time)
SAPS II (1 time)
SOFA (1 time)
2010 Prognostic value of Sequential Organ Failure Assessment and Simplified Acute Physiology II Score compared with trauma scores in the outcome of multiple-trauma patients.
trauma revised ISS
(1 time)
Emergency Medicine
(1 time)
GCS (1 time)
ICU (1 time)
ISS (1 time)
1995 Correlation of serial blood lactate levels to organ failure and mortality after trauma.
Trauma Score and Injury Severity Score has been developed
(1 time)
(1 time)
--- 1997 Trauma outcome analysis and the development of regional norms.
trauma-related ISS
(1 time)
(1 time)
ED (1 time)
GAP (1 time)
ISS (1 time)
2014 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.