1. A Comparative Study of Injury Severity Scales as Predictors of Mortality in Trauma Patients: Which Scale Is the Best?

Mahnaz Yadollahi; Ali Kashkooe; Reza Rezaiee; Kazem Jamali; Mohammad Hadi Niakan

Volume 8, Issue 1 , January 2020, , Pages 27-33

Abstract
  Objective: To compare the injury severity scales as predictors of mortality in trauma patients to search for the best scale.Methods: In a prospective cohort study and systematical random sampling conducted from March to September 2017, trauma patients over the age of 13 years were enrolled. ...  Read More

2. Determinants of Successful Non-Operative Management of Intra-Peritoneal Bleeding Following Blunt Abdominal Trauma

Ammar Heidar; Parsa Ravanfar; Golnaz Namazi; Taha Nikseresht; Hadi Niakan

Volume 2, Issue 3 , July 2014, , Pages 125-129

Abstract
  Objectives: To identify the predictive factors of successful non-operative management of patients with intraperitoneal bleeding following blunt abdominal trauma.Methods: This was cross-sectional study being performed in our Level I trauma center in southern Iran between 2010 and 2011. We included ...  Read More

3. Perihepatic Packing versus Primary Surgical Repair in Patients with Blunt Liver Trauma; an 8-year Experience

Shahram Paydar; Mojtaba Mahmoodi; Mohammad Jamshidi; Hadi Niakan; Mohammad Keshavarz; Nader Moeenvaziri; Mohammad Esmaeil Ghorbaninejad; Farnaz Farrokhnia; Forough Izadi Fard; Zahra Jaafari; Yalda Golshan; Hamidreza Abbasi; Shahram Bolandparvaz; Behnam Honarvar

Volume 2, Issue 3 , July 2014, , Pages 103-109

Abstract
  Objective: To explore the pros and cons of early versus delayed intervention when dealing with severe blunt liver injury with significant hemoperitoneum and hemodynamic instability.Methods: This retrospective cross-sectional study was performed at the Nemazi hospital, Shiraz, Southern Iran, level I trauma ...  Read More

4. Short-term Outcome of Early Tracheostomy in the Trauma Patients Admitted to Intensive Care Unit: A Comparative Study

Bijan Ziaeian; Sedigheh Tahmasebi; Hadi Niakan; Afsoun Fazelzadeh

Volume 1, Issue 3 , July 2013, , Pages 112-115

Abstract
  Objectives: To compare the results of early versus late tracheostomy in trauma patients admitted to intensive care unit (ICU).Methods: This was case control study being performed at a major trauma centre in Shiraz, Iran including 120 trauma patients admitted to ICU during a 2-year period and underwent ...  Read More