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Trauma research in Iran: a report of the Sina Trauma Data Bank.
Khaji A, Ghodsi SM, Eftekhar B, Karbakhsh M. Khaji A, et al. Arch Iran Med. 2010 Jan;13(1):17-20. Arch Iran Med. 2010. PMID: 20039764
The mean number of authors per article was 2.7+1.3 (1 to 12) and all first authors were Iranian. Females constituted 15.4% (n=156) of first authors. Original articles were the most frequently published articles (n=871; 86.2%). ...
The mean number of authors per article was 2.7+1.3 (1 to 12) and all first authors were Iranian. Females constituted 15.4% (n=156) of …
Epidemiology of outpatient burns in Tehran: an analysis of 4813 cases.
Taghavi M, Rasouli MR, Boddouhi N, Zarei MR, Khaji A, Abdollahi M. Taghavi M, et al. Burns. 2010 Feb;36(1):109-13. doi: 10.1016/j.burns.2009.02.011. Epub 2009 Oct 8. Burns. 2010. PMID: 19818561
In all age groups and both genders, scalding was the most common aetiology. Majority of the burns were non-intentional (n=4808) and 70.5% of the injuries occurred at home. Housewives consisted of 24% of the burn patients. ...
In all age groups and both genders, scalding was the most common aetiology. Majority of the burns were non-intentional (n=4808) and 7 …
Traumatic vascular injuries of the lower extremity: report of the Iranian National Trauma Project.
Rasouli MR, Moini M, Khaji A, Heidari P, Anvari A. Rasouli MR, et al. Ulus Travma Acil Cerrahi Derg. 2010 Jul;16(4):308-12. Ulus Travma Acil Cerrahi Derg. 2010. PMID: 20849045 Free article.
In 36 cases (57%), road traffic crash (RTC) was the cause of injury. In 21% of the patients (n=24), vascular injury resulted from occupational trauma. Workers (n=23, 20%) were the most frequently affected group. ...
In 36 cases (57%), road traffic crash (RTC) was the cause of injury. In 21% of the patients (n=24), vascular injury resulted from occ …
Civilian traumatic vascular injuries of the upper extremity:report of the Iranian national trauma project.
Rasouli MR, Moini M, Khaji A. Rasouli MR, et al. Ann Thorac Cardiovasc Surg. 2009 Dec;15(6):389-93. Ann Thorac Cardiovasc Surg. 2009. PMID: 20081748
End-to-end anastomosis, interposition of saphenous graft, and ligation were used for the management of 44%, 28%, and 17%, respectively, of brachial artery injuries. Ulnar and radial artery injuries had been either ligated (n = 36; 52%) or sutured (n = 33; 48%). Medi …
End-to-end anastomosis, interposition of saphenous graft, and ligation were used for the management of 44%, 28%, and 17%, respectively, of b …
Bicycle-related injuries in Tehran.
Karbakhsh-Davari M, Khaji A, Salimi J. Karbakhsh-Davari M, et al. Arch Iran Med. 2008 Jan;11(1):94-7. Arch Iran Med. 2008. PMID: 18154428
During one year of trauma registry in six general hospitals, 8,000 trauma patients who had sustained injuries within a week before admission and hospitalized for more than 24 hours were studied. Bicycle injuries comprised 2.1% (n=170) of all cases admitted during the studi …
During one year of trauma registry in six general hospitals, 8,000 trauma patients who had sustained injuries within a week before admission …