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The following articles are reprints from the Bulletin of the American College of Surgeons.
Recent National Trauma Data Bank® (NTDB®) Data Points articles can be found on the Bulletin website.
March: What you don’t see can kill you
February: 2016 Pediatric Annual Report: Almost a 10
January: Annual Report 2016: Almost a 10
December: Don't sugarcoat it
November: Guns and the golden years
October: Stairway to heaven
September: Deadly rush hour
August: The rise of the smombies and fall of the pedestrians
July: The walking dead
June: Biting the hand that feeds you
May: Cold-blooded killer
April: Look up and die
March: Keep an eye out
February: 2015 Pediatric Report: Pediatric regional trauma
January: Annual Report 2015: Regional trauma
December: "Holiday Road"
November: Black Wednesday
August: A hot mess: Clothing-related burn injuries
July: All smoke, no fire
June: Hit the road, jacked—road rash injuries
May: What’s cookin’? Who’s lookin’?
April: Where’s the fire?
March: Affordable trauma care?
February: 2014 Pediatric Report: How severe is it?
January: Annual Report 2014: How severe is it?
December: Go before you go: Bladder injuries
November: The DTs: Delirium tremens
October: Unanticipated withdrawal
September: Don’t chance it: Use your seatbelt
August: BYOB helmet
July: To protect your children, keep your pool safe
June: Flotation devices—Mae West style
May: Residential institutions
April: Top 10 list
March: Zero tolerance
February: 2013 Pediatric Report: Pediatric consumers
January: Annual Report 2013: Where did they go?
December: Sleeper hold
November: What’s on TV
October: London Bridge is falling down
July: As the crow flies
June: Workers’ compensation
May: Hang ’em high
April: Keep your hands and fingers off the table
March: The “fiscal cliff”
February: 2012 Pediatric Report: Devastating at any age
January: Annual Report 2012: More than 70 percent
December: No humour
November: Gunned down
August: Surf's up
July: Use your head
May: Call a cab
April: Smarter than the average bear
March: Seventy-five years of banking
February: Annual Pediatric Report 2011: Fatal at any age
January: Annual Report 2011: Eightfold over eight years
December: You'll shoot your eye out!
November: Oh, deer
October: Crossing Over
September: Precious Cargo
August: One hundred more or less
July: One hundred
June: The working wounded
May: Face the facts
April: The road to the Super Bowl
March: Tighten your belt
February: Annual Report 2010: The rurality of pediatric trauma
January: Annual Report 2010: Seeing red
November: "Eye see"
October: The fall of mankind
September: Older and thinner
August: Thumbs up
July: Going downhill
June: Double McTwist 1260
May: Another national chapter
April: Children are our future
February: The 2009 Annual Pediatric Report: How old is old enough?
January: Annual Report 2009: A hip report
November: Indirect route
October: Planes, trains, and automobiles
September: Trespassers beware
August: Older but wiser vs. helmetless and lifeless
July: Falling down
June: The University of Alcohol
May: Underage and under the influence
April: How complicated is it?
March: Annual report 2008: Don't overlook the appendix
February: V8 for kids
January: Annual Report 2008: V8 for 2008
December: Watch your head
November: ATVs: “All-terrain victims”
October: Dark side of the moon
September Hasta la vista, bad data
August: Uncovered and underpaid
July: School's out
June: Repeal Prohibition
May: Pedal to the metal
April: How rural is it?
February: Pediatric Report 2007: Too many kids
January: Annual Report 2007: More than 2.7 in 2007
December: Ringing in the new year
November: Walk the line
October: The wheel of misfortune
September: The "University of Injury"
August: The house of pain
July: The rockets' red glare
June: What a disaster
May: Time's up
April: May Day
March: My girdle is killing me
February: The river runs through it
January: Annual Report 2006: New cover, new report
December: Zeus on the 18th hole
November: Horse sense
October: Peds 2: Twice as large
September: Trauma season
August: Who let the dogs out?
July: The red, white, and blue
June: Deposit the bull’s-eye
May: What I learned in school
April: Come fly with me
March: For whom the bell tolls?
February: The National Sample Project: A new application of the NTDB
January: Annual Report 2005, dataset version 5.0
December: Who needs rehab?
November: A-hunting we will go
October: Alcohol is no industrial accident
September: Down on the farm
August: I've fallen and I can't get up
July: It's in the bag
June: One on every corner
May: Click click—you're dead?
April: The bank's window
March: Winter wonderland
February: Can we insure the future of trauma?
January: NTDB breaks the 1 million record mark
December: Head over wheels
November: Study this
October: A is for airway
September: Trauma data to the third power
August: Water and alcohol don't mix
July: Small package, big problem
June: I'll drink to that
May: Easy rider
April: The lethality of intent
March: I didn't mean to
February: The graying of America
January: Same cover, but new version 3.0
December: To ride or not to ride
November: To drive or not to drive?
October: The driving force behind injury
September: The critical aspect of blunt trauma
August: The blunt majority?
July: How do trauma centers compare?
June: Who pays for trauma care?
May: How national is the trauma data bank?
April: ACS Releases 2002 NTDB Annual Report