Journal- Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh

Journal

Publication Venue For

  • Reply – Trauma networks and rural trauma.  15:117. 2017
  • Trauma care in Scotland: The role of major trauma centres, trauma units, and local emergency hospitals.  14:241-244. 2016
  • The epidemiology of Scottish trauma: A comparison of pre-hospital and in-hospital deaths, 2000 to 2011.  14:1-6. 2016
  • Using population-based critical care data to evaluate trauma outcomes.  14:7-12. 2016
  • The GEOS study: Designing a geospatially optimised trauma system for Scotland.  12:61-63. 2014
  • Resuscitative endovascular balloon occlusion of the aorta (REBOA): A bridge to definitive haemorrhage control for trauma patients in Scotland?.  12:119-120. 2014
  • Destination healthcare facility of shocked trauma patients in Scotland: Analysis of transfusion and surgical capability of receiving hospitals.  11:272-277. 2013
  • Trauma care in Scotland: The importance of functional outcomes and quality of life.  10:247-248. 2012
  • Regionalisation of Trauma Services in England and Wales: Implications for Scotland.  8:237-238. 2010
  • Unusual hindgut malrotation and associated mesenteric vascular abnormality presenting as large bowel obstruction in an adult.  5:109-110. 2007
  • Perforation of the terminal ileum: A possible complication of nicorandil therapy.  2:56-57. 2004
  • Non-restorative surgery for rectal cancer: Indications in 2003.  1:342-346. 2003
  • Right hemicolectomy: Mechanical bowel preparation is not required.  47:557-560. 2002
  • Surgical management of stab wounds of the chest. A 6-month prospective study of 45 consecutive cases requiring operation.  33:78-83. 1988
  • International Standard Serial Number (issn)

  • 0035-8835
  • 1479-666X