Management of pediatric trauma

William L. Hennrikus, John F. Sarwark, Paul W. Esposito, Keith R. Gabriel, Kenneth J. Guidera, David P. Roye, Michael G. Vitale, David D. Aronsson, Mervyn Letts, Niccole Alexander, Steven E. Krug, Thomas Bojko, Joel A. Fein, Karen S. Frush, Louis C. Hampers, Patricia J. O'Malley, Robert E. Sapien, Paul E. Sirbaugh, Milton Tenenbein, Loren G. YamamotoKaren Belli, Kathleen Brown, Kim Bullock, Dan Kavanaugh, Cindy Pellegrini, Ghazala Q. Sharieff, Tasmeen Singh, Sally K. Snow, David W. Tuggle, Tina Turgel, Susan Tellez, Alice D. Ackerman, M. Michele Moss, Edward E. Conway, David G. Jaimovich, Barry P. Markovitz, Megan E. McCabe, Donald D. Vernon, Vicki L. Montgomery, Mary J. Lieh-Lai, John P. Straumanis, Timothy S. Yeh, Kurt D. Newman, Mary Lynn Brandt, Kevin P. Lally, Richard R. Ricketts, Robert C. Schamberger, Brad W. Warner, Aleksandra Stolic, Robert M. Insoft, Chairperson David G. Jaimovich, Thomas B. Brazelton, Sherrie M. Hauft, Bruce L. Klein, Calvin G. Lowe, Michael S. Trautman, Webra Price Douglas, Janice M. Romito

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Abstract

Injury is the number 1 killer of children in the United States. In 2004, injury accounted for 59.5% of all deaths in children younger than 18 years. The financial burden to society of children who survive childhood injury with disability continues to be enormous. The entire process of managing childhood injury is complex and varies by region. Only the comprehensive cooperation of a broadly diverse group of people will have a significant effect on improving the care and outcome of injured children. This statement has been endorsed by the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses, American College of Emergency Physicians, American College of Surgeons, American Pediatric Surgical Association, National Association of Children's Hospitals and Related Institutions, National Association of State EMS Officials, and Society of Critical Care Medicine.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages (from-to)849-854
Number of pages6
JournalPediatrics
Volume121
Issue number4
DOIs
StatePublished - Apr 1 2008

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Wounds and Injuries
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Keywords

  • Children
  • Injury
  • Pediatric
  • Trauma

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • Pediatrics, Perinatology, and Child Health

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Hennrikus, W. L., Sarwark, J. F., Esposito, P. W., Gabriel, K. R., Guidera, K. J., Roye, D. P., ... Romito, J. M. (2008). Management of pediatric trauma. Pediatrics, 121(4), 849-854. https://doi.org/10.1542/peds.2008-0094

Management of pediatric trauma. / Hennrikus, William L.; Sarwark, John F.; Esposito, Paul W.; Gabriel, Keith R.; Guidera, Kenneth J.; Roye, David P.; Vitale, Michael G.; Aronsson, David D.; Letts, Mervyn; Alexander, Niccole; Krug, Steven E.; Bojko, Thomas; Fein, Joel A.; Frush, Karen S.; Hampers, Louis C.; O'Malley, Patricia J.; Sapien, Robert E.; Sirbaugh, Paul E.; Tenenbein, Milton; Yamamoto, Loren G.; Belli, Karen; Brown, Kathleen; Bullock, Kim; Kavanaugh, Dan; Pellegrini, Cindy; Sharieff, Ghazala Q.; Singh, Tasmeen; Snow, Sally K.; Tuggle, David W.; Turgel, Tina; Tellez, Susan; Ackerman, Alice D.; Moss, M. Michele; Conway, Edward E.; Jaimovich, David G.; Markovitz, Barry P.; McCabe, Megan E.; Vernon, Donald D.; Montgomery, Vicki L.; Lieh-Lai, Mary J.; Straumanis, John P.; Yeh, Timothy S.; Newman, Kurt D.; Brandt, Mary Lynn; Lally, Kevin P.; Ricketts, Richard R.; Schamberger, Robert C.; Warner, Brad W.; Stolic, Aleksandra; Insoft, Robert M.; Jaimovich, Chairperson David G.; Brazelton, Thomas B.; Hauft, Sherrie M.; Klein, Bruce L.; Lowe, Calvin G.; Trautman, Michael S.; Douglas, Webra Price; Romito, Janice M.

In: Pediatrics, Vol. 121, No. 4, 01.04.2008, p. 849-854.

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Hennrikus, WL, Sarwark, JF, Esposito, PW, Gabriel, KR, Guidera, KJ, Roye, DP, Vitale, MG, Aronsson, DD, Letts, M, Alexander, N, Krug, SE, Bojko, T, Fein, JA, Frush, KS, Hampers, LC, O'Malley, PJ, Sapien, RE, Sirbaugh, PE, Tenenbein, M, Yamamoto, LG, Belli, K, Brown, K, Bullock, K, Kavanaugh, D, Pellegrini, C, Sharieff, GQ, Singh, T, Snow, SK, Tuggle, DW, Turgel, T, Tellez, S, Ackerman, AD, Moss, MM, Conway, EE, Jaimovich, DG, Markovitz, BP, McCabe, ME, Vernon, DD, Montgomery, VL, Lieh-Lai, MJ, Straumanis, JP, Yeh, TS, Newman, KD, Brandt, ML, Lally, KP, Ricketts, RR, Schamberger, RC, Warner, BW, Stolic, A, Insoft, RM, Jaimovich, CDG, Brazelton, TB, Hauft, SM, Klein, BL, Lowe, CG, Trautman, MS, Douglas, WP & Romito, JM 2008, 'Management of pediatric trauma', Pediatrics, vol. 121, no. 4, pp. 849-854. https://doi.org/10.1542/peds.2008-0094
Hennrikus WL, Sarwark JF, Esposito PW, Gabriel KR, Guidera KJ, Roye DP et al. Management of pediatric trauma. Pediatrics. 2008 Apr 1;121(4):849-854. https://doi.org/10.1542/peds.2008-0094
Hennrikus, William L. ; Sarwark, John F. ; Esposito, Paul W. ; Gabriel, Keith R. ; Guidera, Kenneth J. ; Roye, David P. ; Vitale, Michael G. ; Aronsson, David D. ; Letts, Mervyn ; Alexander, Niccole ; Krug, Steven E. ; Bojko, Thomas ; Fein, Joel A. ; Frush, Karen S. ; Hampers, Louis C. ; O'Malley, Patricia J. ; Sapien, Robert E. ; Sirbaugh, Paul E. ; Tenenbein, Milton ; Yamamoto, Loren G. ; Belli, Karen ; Brown, Kathleen ; Bullock, Kim ; Kavanaugh, Dan ; Pellegrini, Cindy ; Sharieff, Ghazala Q. ; Singh, Tasmeen ; Snow, Sally K. ; Tuggle, David W. ; Turgel, Tina ; Tellez, Susan ; Ackerman, Alice D. ; Moss, M. Michele ; Conway, Edward E. ; Jaimovich, David G. ; Markovitz, Barry P. ; McCabe, Megan E. ; Vernon, Donald D. ; Montgomery, Vicki L. ; Lieh-Lai, Mary J. ; Straumanis, John P. ; Yeh, Timothy S. ; Newman, Kurt D. ; Brandt, Mary Lynn ; Lally, Kevin P. ; Ricketts, Richard R. ; Schamberger, Robert C. ; Warner, Brad W. ; Stolic, Aleksandra ; Insoft, Robert M. ; Jaimovich, Chairperson David G. ; Brazelton, Thomas B. ; Hauft, Sherrie M. ; Klein, Bruce L. ; Lowe, Calvin G. ; Trautman, Michael S. ; Douglas, Webra Price ; Romito, Janice M. / Management of pediatric trauma. In: Pediatrics. 2008 ; Vol. 121, No. 4. pp. 849-854.
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