Most deaths after trauma occur in the pre-hospital phase of care. Death from critical bleeding is the most common preventable cause. This body of research has a focus on management of critical bleeding after trauma during the pre-hospital phase and during resuscitation in-hospital. Developments in early management of traumatic coagulopathy, emphasis on rapid haemorrhage control and massive transfusion activation is highlighted in our research.
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