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Damage control surgery

De gefaseerde behandeling van polytraumapatiënten

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In elk nummer van Critical Care vindt u een casus die de verschillende fases van de behandeling laat zien. In dit nummer de casus van een jongeman die bij een aanrijding op de snelweg ernstig gewond raakt.

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Correspondence to M. S. C. Haag.

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Drs. M.S.C. Haag is arts-assistent Heelkunde

dr. F.W. Bloemers is chirurg en arts Heli/MMT, afdeling Traumachirurgie, VU medisch centrum, Amsterdam

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Haag, M.S.C., Bloemers, F.W. Damage control surgery. CRCA 5, 6–10 (2008). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF03076481

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