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White blood cell and platelet counts can be used to differentiate between infection and the normal response after splenectomy for trauma: prospective validation.
Leukocytosis after posttraumatic splenectomy: a physiologic event or sign of sepsis?
Hypoxic "second hit" in leukocytes from trauma patients: Modulation of the immune response by histone deacetylase inhibition.
Abdominal computed tomographic scan for patients with gunshot wounds to the abdomen selected for nonoperative management.
Early discharge after nonoperative management for splenic injuries: increased patient risk caused by late failure?
Optimal pressure of abdominal gas insufflation for bleeding control in a severe swine splenic injury model.
Nonoperative treatment of blunt injury to solid abdominal organs: a prospective study.
Acetylation: a novel method for modulation of the immune response following trauma/hemorrhage and inflammatory second hit in animals and humans.
Abdominal insufflation decreases blood loss without worsening the inflammatory response: implications for prehospital control of internal bleeding.
Profound hypothermic cardiopulmonary bypass facilitates survival without a high complication rate in a swine model of complex vascular, splenic, and colon injuries.
Management of the most severely injured spleen: a multicenter study of the Research Consortium of New England Centers for Trauma (ReCONECT).
Splenic injuries--preservation or sacrifice? A clinical update.
Abdominal insufflation for control of bleeding after severe splenic injury.
Selective histone deacetylase-6 inhibition attenuates stress responses and prevents immune organ atrophy in a lethal septic model.
Splenic trauma: WSES classification and guidelines for adult and pediatric patients.
The effect of anticoagulation on outcomes after liver and spleen injuries: A research consortium of New England centers for trauma (ReCONECT) study.