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    Trauma care in England: Londons Trauma System goes live
    • Anna Vondy, Darzi Fellow, London Trauma Office
    • Other Contributors:
      • Professor Keith Willett, National Clinical Director for Trauma Care

    We were encouraged by Hughes editorial on Trauma Care in England (1), which highlighted the key points from the National Audit Office publication Major Trauma Care in England (2).

    As an update, the London Trauma System was launched on 6th April 2010. The system is composed of four trauma networks, each with a major trauma centre providing care for the most seriously injured patients, linked in with a number of l...

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