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Variation in the management of pediatric splenic injuries in New England.
The failure of nonoperative management in pediatric solid organ injury: a multi-institutional experience.
Multiple trauma: liver and spleen injury.
Application of the APSA evidence-based guidelines for isolated liver or spleen injuries: a single institution experience.
Physiology after pediatric splenic injury.
Clinical practice guidelines (CPGs) reduce costs in the management of isolated splenic injuries at pediatric trauma centers.
Variation in the management of pediatric splenic injuries in the United States.
Transarterial embolization in children with blunt splenic injury results in postembolization syndrome: a matched case-control study.
Variation in the management of pediatric splenic injuries in New Hampshire.
Long-term outcome of nonoperative pediatric splenic injury management.
Twenty-years of splenic preservation at a level 1 pediatric trauma center.
Contrast enhanced ultrasound for the evaluation of blunt pediatric abdominal trauma.
Can we safely decrease intensive care unit admissions for children with high grade isolated solid organ injuries? Using the shock index, pediatric age-adjusted and hematocrit to modify APSA admission guidelines.