D E Hinsley
- Penetrating missile injuries during asymmetric warfare in the 2003 Gulf conflictD E Hinsley
Department of Trauma and Orthopaedics, Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre, Headington, Oxford, UK
Br J Surg 92:637-42. 2005..War wounds produce a significant burden on medical facilities in wartime. Workload from the recent conflict was documented in order to guide future medical needs...
- Principles and problems underlying testing the effectiveness of blast protective footwearE J Chaloner
University College Hospitals NHS Trust, London
J R Army Med Corps 148:38-43. 2002..The general principles surrounding testing of protective footwear are examined together with an assessment of the known progress to date and the strengths and weaknesses of the designs produced...
- Ballistic fractures during the 2003 Gulf conflict--early prognosis and high complication rateD E Hinsley
Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre, Oxford
J R Army Med Corps 152:96-101. 2006..Infective complications are common, particularly in the austere environment encountered in war. We present the management and early outcome of these injuries with reference to the mechanism of injury and bony injury...
- The role of laser Doppler flowmetry in assessing the viability of bone fragments in an open fractureD E Hinsley
Biomedical Sciences, CBD Porton Down, Salisbury, Wiltshire SP4 OJQ, UK
Injury 33:435-8. 2002..There remains the need for education and training for trauma surgeons in the evaluation of fragment viability to ensure adequate wound excision as part of fracture management...