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traumatology

 [traw″mah-tol´ah-je]
the branch of surgery dealing with wounds and disability from injuries.

trau·ma·tol·o·gy

(traw'mă-tol'ŏ-jē),
The branch of surgery concerned with the injured.
[traumato- + G. logos, study]

traumatology

/trau·ma·tol·o·gy/ (-tol´o-je) the branch of surgery dealing with wounds and disability from injuries.

traumatology

(trô′mə-tŏl′ə-jē, trou′-)
n.
The branch of medicine that deals with the surgical treatment of injuries.

trau′ma·to·log′i·cal adj.
trau′ma·tol′o·gist n.

traumatology

[trô′mətol′əjē]
Etymology: Gk, trauma + logos, science
1 the study of wounds and injuries.
2 a surgical specialty dealing with the treatment of wounds, injuries, and resulting disabilities. traumatologic, traumatological, adj.

trau·ma·tol·o·gy

(traw'mă-tol'ŏ-jē)
The branch of surgery concerned with the injured.
[traumato- + G. logos, study]

traumatology

The study and practice of the management of patients suffering from recent physical injury, as from traffic or other accidents or assault.

traumatology

the branch of surgery dealing with wounds and disability from injuries.
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Consistent with crisis-management protocol (the Incident Command System), GCP members filled the roles of Incident Commander (initially Kathleen Figley), Operations Manager, Public Relations Specialist (Charles Figley), and team leaders who each supervised five traumatologists.
Unlike other organizations, however, the GCP in its operations manual requires that all teams include a compassion-fatigue specialist responsible for daily team defusing, the general morale of the team, and follow-up after the traumatologists return home.
Within a few months more than a thousand professionals received at least one workshop of training, and fifty-eight completed the entire five-course program of training and received a certificate as a Registered Traumatologist (Figley, 1998).
The program of training that they had completed was adopted by Florida State University's Traumatology Institute as the Certified Traumatologist certificate program (Figley, 1998).
8%), intensive care unit's specialists and traumatologists (5.
This type of defect is evident in the medical activities of obstetricians-gynecologists, surgeons, therapeutists, pediatricians, neurosurgeons, intensive care unit's specialists and traumatologists.
These defects were indicated in the activities of obstetricians-gynecologists, surgeons, intensive care unit's specialists, traumatologists and neurosurgeons.
We are very excited to be representing HydroCision and are looking forward to bringing the VersaJet to the traumatologists, plastic surgeons, and other physicians treating wounds in Europe.
In contrast, pelvic and acetabular fractures are high energy injuries and are often managed by fellowship-trained traumatologists.
14-21) However, these reports differ from our research, as they examined elective surgery (arthroplasty) or low energy trauma commonly treated by generalists in orthopaedics (hip fractures), while our focus was high energy trauma typically managed by fellowship-trained traumatologists.
An experienced trauma radiologist classified the pelvic and acetabular injuries, as did two experienced orthopedic traumatologists who were blinded to the radiologist's interpretation.
Patients were treated by one of three fellowship-trained traumatologists.