His main research concerns Surgery, Injury Severity Score, Trauma center, Blunt and Radiology. As part of the same scientific family, Walter L. Biffl usually focuses on Surgery, concentrating on Risk factor and intersecting with Incidence. His Injury Severity Score study spans across into fields like Prospective cohort study and Anesthesia.
The concepts of his Trauma center study are interwoven with issues in Odds ratio, Stent and Complication. His Complication research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Interleukin 6 and Resuscitation. His Blunt study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Lesion and Randomized controlled trial.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Surgery, Injury Severity Score, Intensive care medicine, Blunt and Immunology. Much of his study explores Surgery relationship to Radiology. The Intensive care medicine study which covers Resuscitation that intersects with Shock.
Walter L. Biffl has included themes like Asymptomatic and Computed tomographic angiography in his Blunt study. His studies in Immunology integrate themes in fields like Apoptosis and Pharmacology. His research in Trauma center intersects with topics in Complication and Incidence.
Walter L. Biffl focuses on Emergency medicine, Surgery, Intensive care medicine, MEDLINE and Traumatic brain injury. His study in Emergency medicine is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Odds, Epidemiology, Patient transfer and Trauma center. His Epidemiology research integrates issues from Adverse effect and Retrospective cohort study.
His Abdominal wall, Laparotomy, Abdominal Wound Closure Techniques, Acute cholecystitis and Cholecystitis investigations are all subjects of Surgery research. As a member of one scientific family, Walter L. Biffl mostly works in the field of Intensive care medicine, focusing on Peptic ulcer and, on occasion, Lifetime prevalence and Review article. His MEDLINE research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Medical emergency, General surgery and Nonoperative management.
Walter L. Biffl mainly focuses on MEDLINE, Trauma management, Intensive care medicine, Pelvic fracture and Hemodynamic instability. His research integrates issues of General surgery, Blunt trauma, Nonoperative management and Consensus conference in his study of MEDLINE. His Trauma management research includes elements of Blunt and Emergency medicine.
The various areas that Walter L. Biffl examines in his Intensive care medicine study include Disease management, Abdominal Infection, Review article and Pelvic inflammatory disease. Walter L. Biffl integrates Pelvic fracture and Physical medicine and rehabilitation in his studies.
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Interleukin-6 in the injured patient. Marker of injury or mediator of inflammation?
Walter L. Biffl;Ernest E. Moore;Frederick A. Moore;Verlyn M. Peterson.
Annals of Surgery (1996)
Blunt carotid arterial injuries: implications of a new grading scale.
Walter L. Biffl;Ernest E. Moore;Patrick J. Offner;Kerry E. Brega.
Journal of Trauma-injury Infection and Critical Care (1999)
Postinjury life threatening coagulopathy: is 1:1 fresh frozen plasma:packed red blood cells the answer?
Jeffry L. Kashuk;Ernest E. Moore;Jeffrey L. Johnson;James Haenel.
Journal of Trauma-injury Infection and Critical Care (2008)
The Unrecognized Epidemic of Blunt Carotid Arterial Injuries: Early Diagnosis Improves Neurologic Outcome
Walter L. Biffl;Ernest E. Moore;Robert K. Ryu;Patrick J. Offner.
Annals of Surgery (1998)
Increased Rate of Infection Associated With Transfusion of Old Blood After Severe Injury
Patrick J. Offner;Ernest E. Moore;Walter L. Biffl;Jeffrey L. Johnson.
Archives of Surgery (2002)
Treatment-Related Outcomes From Blunt Cerebrovascular Injuries: Importance of Routine Follow-Up Arteriography
Walter L. Biffl;Charles E. Ray;Ernest E. Moore;Reginald J. Franciose.
Annals of Surgery (2002)
The postischemic gut serves as a priming bed for circulating neutrophils that provoke multiple organ failure.
Ernest E. Moore;Frederick A. Moore;Reginald J. Franciose;Fernando J. Kim.
Journal of Trauma-injury Infection and Critical Care (1994)
Male Gender Is a Risk Factor for Major Infections After Surgery
Patrick J. Offner;Ernest E. Moore;Walter L. Biffl.
Archives of Surgery (1999)
Evolution of a Multidisciplinary Clinical Pathway for the Management of Unstable Patients With Pelvic Fractures
Walter L. Biffl;Wade R. Smith;Ernest E. Moore;Ricardo J. Gonzalez.
Annals of Surgery (2001)
Splenic embolization revisited: a multicenter review.
James M. Haan;Walter Biffl;M. Margaret Knudson;Kimberly A. Davis.
Journal of Trauma-injury Infection and Critical Care (2004)
Journal of the American College of Surgeons
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World Journal of Emergency Surgery
(Impact Factor: 8.165)
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