Trauma Publications

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Auckland City Hospital Trauma Registry Report 2000-2009 Trauma Services  
Trauma and Burn Education: A Global Survey. Zonies D, Maier RV, Civil I, Eid A, Geisler BP, Guerrero A, Mock C. World J Surg. 2012 Jan 20. [Epub ahead of print]
Penetrating thoraco-abdominal injuries: the Auckland City Hospital experience. Bhagvan S, Ng A, Civil I. ANZ J Surg. 2011 Sep;81(9):595-600.
Emergency room thoracotomy: has availability triumphed over advisability in the care of trauma patients in Australasia? Civil I. Emerg Med Australas. 2010 Aug;22(4):257-9. No abstract available.
Ethnicity of severe trauma patients: results of a population-based study, Auckland, New Zealand 2004. Creamer G, Civil I, Ng A, Adams D, Cacala S, Koelmeyer T, Thompson J. N Z Med J. 2010 Jun 11;123(1316):26-32.
A national trauma network: now or never for New Zealand. Civil I. N Z Med J. 2010 Jun 11;123(1316):9-10. No abstract available.
Diagnosis of blunt traumatic ruptured diaphragm: is it still a difficult problem? Hsee L, Wigg L, Civil I. ANZ J Surg. 2010 Mar;80(3):166-8.
Guidelines, protocols and checklists: do we need them to provide good trauma care? Civil I. Injury. 2010 Jan;41(1):8-9. Epub . No abstract available.
Using Trauma Injury Severity Score (TRISS) variables to predict length of hospital stay following trauma in New Zealand. Schluter PJ, Cameron CM, Davey TM, Civil I, Orchard J, Dansey R, Hamill J, Naylor H, James C, Dorrian J, Christey G, Pollard C, McClure RJ. N Z Med J. 2009 Sep 11;122(1302):65-78.
Contemporary New Zealand coefficients for the Trauma Injury Severity Score: TRISS(NZ). Schluter PJ, Cameron CM, Davey TM, Civil I, Orchard J, Dansey R, Hamill J, Naylor H, James C, Dorrian J, Christey G, Pollard C, McClure RJ. N Z Med J. 2009 Sep 11;122(1302):54-64.
Time to definitive care for patients with moderate and severe traumatic brain injury--does a trauma system matter? Kejriwal R, Civil I. N Z Med J. 2009 Sep 11;122(1302):40-6.
Management of low-velocity, non-gunshot-wound penetrating abdominal injury: have we moved with the times? Hsee L, Civil I. N Z Med J. 2008 Dec 12;121(1287):26-31.
A 12-year review of gunshot injuries: Auckland City Hospital experience. Hsee L, Civil I. N Z Med J. 2008 Dec 12;121(1287):21-5.
Population-based study of age, gender and causes of severe injury in Auckland, 2004. Creamer GL, Civil I, Koelmeyer T, Adams D, Cacala S, Thompson J. ANZ J Surg. 2008 Nov;78(11):995-8.
Acute management of hemodynamically unstable pelvic trauma patients: time for a change? Multicenter review of recent practice. Verbeek D, Sugrue M, Balogh Z, Cass D, Civil I, Harris I, Kossmann T, Leibman S, Malka V, Pohl A, Rao S, Richardson M, Schuetz M, Ursic C, Wills V. World J Surg. 2008 Aug;32(8):1874-82.
Current imaging technology and trauma: has the secondary survey been superceded? Civil ID. Injury. 2008 May;39(5):505-6.
The autopsy as a quality indicator in trauma care: has it had its day? Civil ID. Injury. 2008 Jan;39(1):7-8.
Is the trimodal pattern of death after trauma a dated concept in the 21st century? Trauma deaths in Auckland 2004. Pang JM, Civil I, Ng A, Adams D, Koelmeyer T. Injury. 2008 Jan;39(1):102-6.
Medical images. Cardiac stab injury. Hsee L, Civil I, Kang N. N Z Med J. 2007 Dec 14;120(1267):U2867.
Improved outcomes after polytrauma: do we know the reasons? Civil ID. Injury. 2007 Sep;38(9):991-2. Epub 2007 Aug 14.
International comparison of prehospital trauma care systems. Roudsari BS, Nathens AB, Cameron P, Civil I, Gruen RL, Koepsell TD, Lecky FE, Lefering RL, Liberman M, Mock CN, Oestern HJ, Schildhauer TA, Waydhas C, Rivara FP. Injury. 2007 Sep;38(9):993-1000.
What is quality care in trauma? Civil ID. Injury. 2007 May;38(5):525-6.
Is exploration mandatory in penetrating zone II neck injuries? Insull P, Adams D, Segar A, Ng A, Civil I. ANZ J Surg. 2007 Apr;77(4):261-4.
Screening and intervention for alcohol problems among patients admitted following unintentional injury: a missed opportunity? Hosking J, Ameratunga S, Bullen C, Civil I, Ng A, Rodgers A. N Z Med J. 2007 Feb 16;120(1249):U2417.
Trauma care--a team sport in the 21st century. Civil ID. Injury. 2007 Jan;38(1):5-6.
A population-based cohort study of longer-term changes in health of car drivers involved in serious crashes. Ameratunga SN, Norton RN, Connor JL, Robinson E, Civil I, Coverdale J, Bennett D, Jackson RT. Ann Emerg Med. 2006 Dec;48(6):729-36.
What is the place of GENERALISM" in trauma care." Civil ID. Injury. 2006 Jul;37(7):581-2.
Good trauma care doesn't happen by accident. Civil ID. Injury. 2005 Jun;36(6):689-90. Epub 2005 Apr 19.
Animal-related injury in an urban New Zealand population. Johns E, Farrant G, Civil I. Injury. 2004 Dec;35(12):1234-8.
Co-morbidities in trauma patients: common and significant. Tan CP, Ng A, Civil I. N Z Med J. 2004 Sep 10;117(1201):U1044.
Trauma: still a problem in New Zealand. Civil I. N Z Med J. 2004 Sep 10;117(1201):U1042.
Trauma care systems in New Zealand. Civil I, Twaddle B. Injury. 2003 Sep;34(9):740-4.
Who cares for the trauma patient? Gordon Trinca lecture. A named lecture presented annually at the Scientific Meeting of the Australasian Trauma Society. Civil ID. Injury. 2003 Sep;34(9):644-8.
Comparing measures of injury severity for use with large databases. Stephenson SC, Langley JD, Civil ID. J Trauma. 2002 Aug;53(2):326-32.
Unilateral pringle manoeuvre and packing for haemostasis in severe liver trauma. McCall JL, Civil ID. Injury. 2002 Apr;33(3):278-82.
Driver sleepiness and risk of serious injury to car occupants: population based case control study Connor J, Norton R, Ameratunga S, Robinson E, Civil I, Dunn R, Bailey J, Jackson R BMJ. 2002 May 11;324(7346):1125.
Trauma and co-morbidity - A pilot study Mittal A, Blyth P, Civil I. NZMJ 25th May 2001, Vol114 No 1132: 232-233
Trauma Training in Australia and New Zealand: Results of a Survey of Advanced Surgical Trainees Thomson BNJ, Civil ID, Danne PD, Deane SA and McGrath PJ Australian and New Zealand Journal of Surgery 2001; 71: 83-88
Lumbar Transverse Process Fractures - a Sentinel Marker of Abdominal Organ Injuries. Miller CD, Blyth P, Civil I. Injury Dec 2000; vol 31 no 10: 773-776
Blunt Traumatic Small Bowel Rupture: Are Children Different? Hamill J, Paice R, Civil I, Kolbe A. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Surgery 2000; 70: 795 - 799
Investigating the long-term health outcomes following car crash injuries: methodological issues Ameratunga SN, Norton RN, Connor I, Civil I, Coverdale J, Robinson EM, RT Jackson. Injury October 2000;Vol 31 No. 8, 655
Surgery in New Zealand Hill Graham L, Civil Ian D. Archives of Surgery May 2000; 135: 600-603
Pelvic Fracture Pattern Predicts Pelvic Arterial Haemorrhage. Hamill J, Holden A, Paice R, Civil I. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Surgery 2000; 70: 338 - 343
Trauma Form Documentation in Major Trauma. Hamill J, Paice R, Civil ID. New Zealand Medical Journal 2000; 113: 146-148
Traumatic Liver Necrosis Diagnosed by Magnetic Resonance Imaging. Hamill J, Civil ID, McCall JL. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Surgery 2000; 70: 379 - 381
Mechanism of Injury and Calcaneal Fractures Christey GR, Civil IDS, King M, Paice R. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Surgery 1999; 69: 764
Alcohol and its role in interpersonal violence King MR Paice RL Civil ID Australasian and New Zealand Journal of Surgery 1999; 69: 763
An Australasian Perspective of Chest Trauma. Civil ID. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Surgery 1999; 69: 576 - 577
The History of the EMST Course. Civil ID. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Surgery 1999; 69: 551-553
Focus on Trauma Systems/Centres: An Australasian Perspective. Civil ID. Trauma 1999; 1: 193-197.
Adult Splenic Injuries: Treatment Patterns and Predictive Indicators. Sanders MN, Civil ID. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Surgery 1999; 69: 430-432.
The Management of Anterior Abdominal Stab Wounds in Australasia. Cameron P, Civil ID. Australia and New Zealand Journal of Surgery 1998; 68: 510-513.
Pneumorrachis Following Head Trauma. White P, King M, Civil ID. Emergency Medicine 1997; 9: 337-8.
Penetrating Trauma in Auckland: 12 years On. Civil ID, King MR, Paice RP. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Surgery 1998; 68: 261-263.
Trauma Data Collection Using A Customised Trauma Registry. King MR, Paice R, Civil ID. New Zealand Medical Journal 1996;109: 207-9.
Trauma system co-ordination in New Zealand: A year of progress.Leading Article Civil ID. New Zealand Medical Journal 1995;108: 93-94
Resuscitation Following Injury: An End or A Means? Civil ID. Australian and New Zealand Journal of Surgery 1993; 63: (12) 921-7.
Severe Blunt Assault Injuries at Auckland Hospital. Brown CRS, Civil ID. Injury 1993; 24:(1) 25-26.
Injury Scaling at Autopsy: The Comparison with Premortem Clinical Data. Streat SJ, Civil ID. Accident Analysis Prevention 1990; 22: 241-252.
A Comparison of AIS-85 with AIS-80 for Injury Scaling in Blunt Trauma. Civil ID, Streat SJ, Judson JA. Accident Analysis Prevention 1990; 22: 13-18.
Computed Tomography in the Initial Management of the Cervical Spine. Schleehauf K, Ross SE, Civil ID et al. Ann Emergency Medicine 1989; 18: 815-7.
Injury Severity Scoring: A Comparison of Early Clinical Versus Discharge Diagnosis. Smejkal R, Civil ID, Unkle D, et al. Accident Analysis Prevention 1989; 21: 386-9.
Clinical Prospective Injury Severity Scoring: When Is It Accurate? Civil ID, Schwab CW. Journal of Trauma 1989; 29: (5) 613-4.
DRG Reimbursement for Trauma: The Demise of the Trauma Center. Schwab CW, Young G, Civil ID et al. Journal of Trauma 1988; 28: (7) 939-946.
Injury Severity Scoring: Influence of Timing and Nurse Raters On Accuracy. Morgan T, Civil ID, Schwab CW. Heart and Lung 1988;17: (3) 256-261.