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mRDH Bandage for Surgery and Trauma: Data Summary and Comparative Review.

by C Robert Valeri, John N Vournakis
The Journal of trauma ()


: Bleeding often poses significant life-threatening situations to surgeons. After trauma, a one-third of civilian casualties and one-half of combat casualties die as a result of exsanguination. Recent advances have provided promising new hemostatic dressings that are applied directly to severely bleeding wounds in the pre-hospital period.

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