Reprioritization of research for combat casualty care.

James R. Ficke*, William T. Obremskey, Robert J. Gaines, Paul F. Pasquina, Michael J. Bosse, Christiaan N. Mamczak, Robert V. O'Toole, Kristin R. Archer, Christopher T. Born, Mark E. Fleming, J. Tracy Watson, Wade T. Gordon, James P. Stannard, Damian M. Rispoli, Ellen J. Mackenzie, Joseph C. Wenke, Joseph R. Hsu, Andrew N. Pollak, Romney C. Andersen

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Since the beginning of the conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan more than a decade ago, much has been learned with regard to combat casualty care. Although progress has been significant, knowledge gaps still exist. The seventh Extremity War Injuries symposium, held in January 2012, reviewed the current state of knowledge and defined knowledge gaps in acute care, reconstructive care, and rehabilitative care in order to provide policymakers information on the areas in which research funding would be the most beneficial.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)S99-102
JournalThe Journal of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
Volume20 Suppl 1
StatePublished - 2012


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