Trauma Scoring Systems
During the last 20 years many trauma-scoring indexes have been developed and their applicability seems to be important mainly because they could allow :
comparisons of the efficacy of different therapeutic interventions and outcome
quick triage during the pre-hospital phases as well as priority treatments.
KeywordsInjury Severity Score Receiver Operating Characteristic Curve Abbreviate Injury Scale Thoracic Trauma Pulmonary Contusion
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