Creating a Comprehensive Trauma Center

Choices and Challenges

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ISBN: 978-1-4419-3335-5 (Print) 978-1-4757-3300-6 (Online)

Table of contents (16 chapters)

  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxii

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    Pages 1-23

    The Comprehensive Trauma Center as an Organization

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    Pages 25-39

    The Need for Comprehensive Trauma Centers

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    Pages 41-80

    Privately Developed Trauma Centers in the United States

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    Pages 81-102

    Centers with Affiliations and Centers in Progress

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    Pages 103-126

    Private and Not-for-Profit Centers around the World

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    Pages 127-152

    Nonresidential Affiliated Centers throughout the World

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    Pages 153-162

    Centers Specializing in Trauma and the Workplace

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    Pages 163-191

    Hospital-Based Trauma Centers

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    Pages 193-204

    Centers for Holocaust Survivors and Their Families

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    Pages 205-250

    Centers Designed to Work with Refugees

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    Pages 251-286

    Trauma Centers for Children

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    Pages 287-299

    Government-Funded Trauma Centers

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    Pages 301-308

    The Experts View of What Trauma Is and How to Treat It

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    Pages 309-316

    Trauma Center Directors Describe the Ideal Trauma Center

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    Pages 317-370

    Constructing the Ideal Trauma Center

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    Pages 371-380

    The Hamburg Experience

  18. Back Matter

    Pages 381-443