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Lack of change in trauma care in England and Wales since 1994
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  1. Correspondence to:
 Dr F E Lecky, University of Manchester, Eccles Old Road, Salford M6 8HD;
 flecky{at}fs1.ho.man.ac.uk
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Lecky FE, Woodford M, Bouamra O, et al
Lack of change in trauma care in England and Wales since 1994

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  • Accepted September 16, 2002
  • First published November 1, 2002.
Online issue publication 
November 01, 2002
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    Lack of change in trauma care in England and Wales since 1994
    F E Lecky, M Woodford, O Bouamra and D W Yates on behalf of the Trauma Audit Research Network 


    Authors' Correction
    Figure 2 Grade of most senior doctors by year.
    Please note that the key to figure 2 is incorrect. The correct key is shown here:

    The triangles indicate the Consultant line
    The squares indicate the Middle grade line
    The circles indicate the SHO line

    The error is much regretted


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    • Figure 2a: -
      Grade of most senior doctor by year (20 core hospitals)
    • Figure 3a: -
      Odds ratio of death adjusted for ISS90RTS and Age (Median RTS for missing) 20 core hospitals, n=45,676
    • Figure 3b: -
      Odds ratio of death adjusted for ISS90RTS and Age (20 core hospitals), n= 28,784
    • Figure 3c: -
      Odds ratio of death adjusted for ISS90RTS and Age (Median RTS for missing) (All hospitals) ,n= 129,479
    • Figure 5a: -
      WS scores by most senior doctor who managed the patient (missing RTS included)
    • Table 2: -
      Distribution of recorded grade by ISS and experience survey Age (Excluding all referrals) 1989-2000

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