Dr. R Reed
Dr. R Reed
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University of Virginia School of Medicine
Racial odds for amputation ratio in traumatic lower extremity fractures.
J Trauma., Dec;71(6):1732-6 (2011)
The ribs or not the ribs: which influences mortality?
Am. J. Surg., Nov;202(5):598-604 (2011)
Analysis of compliance and outcomes in a trauma system with a 2-hour transfer rule.
Arch Surg., Dec;145(12):1171-5 (2010)
A review of available prosthetics for ventral hernia repair.
Ann. Surg., Jan;253(1):16-26 (2011)
Recurrent ventilator-associated pneumonias: the gift that keeps on giving or the guest who won't leave?
Surg Infect (Larchmt)., Jun;11(3):319-24 (2010)
Management of the open abdomen: from initial operation to definitive closure.
Am Surg., Nov;75(11 Suppl):S1-22 (2009)
Use of human acellular dermal matrix for hernia repair: friend or foe?
Surgery., Oct;144(4):703-9; discussion 709-11 (2008)
Broken bones and orthopedist groans: can an acute care surgeon fix both?
J Trauma., Mar;64(3):673-8; discussion 679-80 (2008)
Medicare's "Global" terrorism: where is the pay for performance?
J Trauma., Feb;64(2):374-83; discussion 383-4 (2008)
Nutritional gain versus financial gain: The role of metabolic carts in the surgical ICU.
J Trauma., Dec;61(6):1436-40 (2006)
Socioeconomic factors, medicolegal issues, and trauma patient transfer trends: Is there a connection?
J Trauma., Dec;61(6):1380-6; discussion 1386-8 (2006)
Trauma surgeons practice what they preach: The NTDB story on solid organ injury management.
J Trauma., Aug;61(2):243-54; discussion 254-5 (2006)
Predictors of the need for nephrectomy after renal trauma.
J Trauma., Jan;60(1):164-9; discussion 169-70 (2006)
Ventilator-associated pneumonia, like real estate: location really matters.
J Trauma., Jan;60(1):104-10; discussion 110 (2006)
Half-a-dozen ribs: the breakpoint for mortality.
Surgery., Oct;138(4):717-23; discussion 723-5 (2005)
Neurosurgical coverage: essential, desired, or irrelevant for good patient care and trauma center status.
Ann. Surg., Sep;242(3):364-70; discussion 370-4 (2005)
Ventilator-associated pneumonia in injured patients: do you trust your Gram's stain?
J Trauma., Mar;58(3):462-6; discussion 466-7 (2005)
Medicare's bundling of trauma care codes violates relative value principles.
J Trauma., Dec;57(6):1164-72 (2004)
Urgent airways after trauma: who gets pneumonia?
J Trauma., Oct;57(4):750-5 (2004)
Reducing trauma payment denials with computerized collaborative billing.
J Trauma., Oct;55(4):762-70 (2003)
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