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This article describes the development and deployment of an ACS Needs Based Assessment of Trauma Systems tool, which measures the trauma needs of various regions across the U.S.
An ACS lobbyist’s experiences at the R. Adams Crowley Shock Trauma Center highlight the importance of a trauma-focused message on Capitol Hill.
Dr. Emil describes his pediatric surgery mission aboard the Africa Mercy.
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In this introduction to the annual RAS-ACS issue, the author describes the importance of striking a balance between traditional surgical training and advances in technology and communication.
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