Change in hematocrit during trauma assessment predicts bleeding even with ongoing fluid resuscitation

Chad M. Thorson, Mark L. Ryan, Robert M. Van Haren, Reginald Pereira, Jeremy Olloqui, Christian A. Otero, Carl I. Schulman, Alan S. Livingstone, Kenneth G. Proctor

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