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Predictors of Bramos for Significant Bleeding in a Trauma Patient with a Stable Pelvic Fracture

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Bramos et al identified factors associated with significant bleeding in a trauma patient with a stable pelvic fracture. These can help identify a patient who may require blood transfusion or an intervention to control the bleeding. The authors are from Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School in Boston.

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