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Letter to the editor: Imminent need to define pelvic hemorrhage research lexicon

Published:January 24, 2023DOI:https://doi.org/10.1016/j.injury.2023.01.040
      Pelvic hemorrhage is one such pathology where the correct answer to how to control bleeding is still vague. Almost all major working groups across the globe have published their results and protocols. Valisena et al. presented the results of their protocol of skeletal stabilization preference over pre-peritoneal packing among hemodynamically stable patients [
      • Valisena S.
      • Abboud A.E.
      • Andereggen E.
      • Ansorge A.
      • Gamulin A.
      Management of high-energy blunt pelvic ring injuries: a retrospective cohort study evaluating an institutional protocol.
      ]. The reported 30 days mortality is 27%.
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