James H Holmes
Affiliation: Wake Forest University School of Medicine
- The effectiveness of regionalized burn care: an analysis of 6,873 burn admissions in North Carolina from 2000 to 2007James H Holmes
Department of General Surgery, Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Winston Salem, NC 27157, USA
J Am Coll Surg 212:487-93, 493.e1-6; discussion 493-5. 2011..The effectiveness and benefits of regionalized trauma care are well substantiated; however, the effectiveness of regionalized burn care and potential benefits of burn center verification have not been fully validated...
- Adherence to burn center referral criteria: are patients appropriately being referred?Jeffrey E Carter
Department of General Surgery, Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center, Winston Salem, NC 27106, USA
J Burn Care Res 31:26-30. 2010..More focused outreach and education for initial providers may help improve access and referral to burn centers...
- The use of theraputic plasma exchange (TPE) in the setting of refractory burn shockLucas P Neff
Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center, Department of General Surgery, Winston Salem, NC 27157, USA
Burns 36:372-8. 2010..This study examines the physiologic effects of theraputic plasma exchange (TPE) in the setting of refractory burn shock and attempts to identify variables that correlate with the eventual need for TPE...
- Critical issues in burn careJames H Holmes
Burn Center, Wake Forest University Baptist Medical Center, Winston Salem, North Carolina, USA
J Burn Care Res 29:S180-7. 2008....
- Systemic absorption of amphotericin B with topical 5% mafenide acetate/amphotericin B solution for grafted burn wounds: is it clinically relevant?Rachel A Pendleton
North Carolina Baptist Hospital, and Wake Forest University School of Medicine, Winston Salem, NC 27157, United States
Burns 36:38-41. 2010..To determine if patients receiving topical amphotericin B in combination with 5% mafenide acetate solution will acquire systemically detectable levels of amphotericin B...
- Emergency department length of stay is an independent predictor of hospital mortality in trauma activation patientsNathan T Mowery
Department of Surgery, Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center, Winston Salem, North Carolina 27157, USA
J Trauma 70:1317-25. 2011..Our hypothesis is that increased ED length of stay (LOS) leads to increased hospital mortality in patients not undergoing immediate surgical intervention...