Frederick B Rogers

Summary

Publications

  1. ncbi Acute care and trauma surgeons: we can't get no satisfaction--what do satisfaction surveys measure?
    Frederick B Rogers
    Lancaster General Hospital, Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17602, USA
    Am Surg 78:731-4. 2012
  2. doi Factors associated with patient satisfaction scores for physician care in trauma patients
    Frederick Rogers
    Lancaster General Health, Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17602, USA
    J Trauma Acute Care Surg 75:110-4; discussion 114-5. 2013
  3. ncbi Determining venous thromboembolic risk assessment for patients with trauma: the Trauma Embolic Scoring System
    Frederick B Rogers
    Lancaster General Hospital, Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17602, USA
    J Trauma Acute Care Surg 73:511-5. 2012
  4. doi Has TRISS become an anachronism? A comparison of mortality between the National Trauma Data Bank and Major Trauma Outcome Study databases
    Frederick B Rogers
    Trauma Center, Lancaster General Health, Lancaster, PA 17602, USA
    J Trauma Acute Care Surg 73:326-31; discussion 331. 2012
  5. doi Improved recovery of prophylactic inferior vena cava filters in trauma patients: the results of a dedicated filter registry and critical pathway for filter removal
    Frederick B Rogers
    Division of Trauma Critical Care, Lancaster General Hospital, 555 N Duke Street, Lancaster, PA17602, USA
    J Trauma Acute Care Surg 72:381-4. 2012
  6. doi Does prehospital prolonged extrication (entrapment) place trauma patients at higher risk for venous thromboembolism?
    Frederick B Rogers
    Division of Trauma, Lancaster General Hospital, PA, USA
    Am J Surg 202:382-6. 2011
  7. doi In a mature trauma system, there is no difference in outcome (survival) between Level I and Level II trauma centers
    Frederick B Rogers
    Division of Trauma Critical Care, Lancaster General Health, Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17602, USA
    J Trauma 70:1354-7. 2011
  8. doi High-risk geriatric protocol: improving mortality in the elderly
    Eric Bradburn
    Department of Trauma, Critical Care and Acute Care Surgery, Lancaster General Hospital, Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17602, USA
    J Trauma Acute Care Surg 73:435-40. 2012
  9. ncbi Checklist-styled daily sign-out rounds improve hospital throughput in a major trauma center
    John C Lee
    Division of Trauma Critical Care, Lancaster General Health, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA
    Am Surg 80:434-40. 2014
  10. doi Breaking down the barriers! Factors contributing to barrier days in a mature trauma center
    Amelia Rogers
    From the Trauma Services, Lancaster General Health, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
    J Trauma Acute Care Surg 76:191-5. 2014

Collaborators

  • John C Lee
  • Turner Osler
  • Jeffrey Anderson
  • Steven R Shackford
  • Elizabeth Clark
  • Katelyn Rittenhouse
  • Amelia Rogers
  • Michael Horst
  • Jo Ann Miller
  • Carissa Harnish
  • Tracy Evans
  • Brian Gross
  • Katherine Bupp
  • Roxanne Chandler
  • Ashley Vellucci
  • Chet Morrison
  • Katelyn J Rittenhouse
  • Daniel Wu
  • Mathew Edavettal
  • Eric Bradburn
  • Ron Baier
  • Weston Shertzer
  • Tuc To
  • Deborah Riley
  • William Adams
  • Christina Martin
  • Claire Mooney
  • Matthew J Belan
  • Margaret Krasne
  • Michael A Horst
  • Matthew J Beelen

Detail Information

Publications20

  1. ncbi Acute care and trauma surgeons: we can't get no satisfaction--what do satisfaction surveys measure?
    Frederick B Rogers
    Lancaster General Hospital, Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17602, USA
    Am Surg 78:731-4. 2012
    ..A patient's underlying clinical condition may influence response to patient satisfaction surveys. Further research needs to be performed before patient satisfaction surveys can be adopted as a overall measure of physician competency...
  2. doi Factors associated with patient satisfaction scores for physician care in trauma patients
    Frederick Rogers
    Lancaster General Health, Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17602, USA
    J Trauma Acute Care Surg 75:110-4; discussion 114-5. 2013
    ..We hypothesized that there are specific demographic factors associated with higher or lower physician satisfaction (PS) scores in trauma patients...
  3. ncbi Determining venous thromboembolic risk assessment for patients with trauma: the Trauma Embolic Scoring System
    Frederick B Rogers
    Lancaster General Hospital, Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17602, USA
    J Trauma Acute Care Surg 73:511-5. 2012
    ..This study aimed to determine the relative "weight" of risk factors known to be associated with venous thromboembolism (VTE) for patients with trauma based on injuries and comorbidities...
  4. doi Has TRISS become an anachronism? A comparison of mortality between the National Trauma Data Bank and Major Trauma Outcome Study databases
    Frederick B Rogers
    Trauma Center, Lancaster General Health, Lancaster, PA 17602, USA
    J Trauma Acute Care Surg 73:326-31; discussion 331. 2012
    ..We hypothesized that the improvements in trauma care during the past 20 years would lead to improved survival in a large database, thus making the TRISS biased...
  5. doi Improved recovery of prophylactic inferior vena cava filters in trauma patients: the results of a dedicated filter registry and critical pathway for filter removal
    Frederick B Rogers
    Division of Trauma Critical Care, Lancaster General Hospital, 555 N Duke Street, Lancaster, PA17602, USA
    J Trauma Acute Care Surg 72:381-4. 2012
    ..We sought to determine whether we could achieve a higher rate of retrieval with an improved process of care...
  6. doi Does prehospital prolonged extrication (entrapment) place trauma patients at higher risk for venous thromboembolism?
    Frederick B Rogers
    Division of Trauma, Lancaster General Hospital, PA, USA
    Am J Surg 202:382-6. 2011
    ..It was hypothesized that entrapment would increase in-hospital VTE...
  7. doi In a mature trauma system, there is no difference in outcome (survival) between Level I and Level II trauma centers
    Frederick B Rogers
    Division of Trauma Critical Care, Lancaster General Health, Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17602, USA
    J Trauma 70:1354-7. 2011
    ..We hypothesized that there would be no difference in outcome at Level I versus Level II trauma centers...
  8. doi High-risk geriatric protocol: improving mortality in the elderly
    Eric Bradburn
    Department of Trauma, Critical Care and Acute Care Surgery, Lancaster General Hospital, Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17602, USA
    J Trauma Acute Care Surg 73:435-40. 2012
    ..We have developed the high-risk geriatric protocol (GP) that seeks to identify high-risk geriatric patients. We hypothesized that a high-risk GP would improve outcome in this select group of patients...
  9. ncbi Checklist-styled daily sign-out rounds improve hospital throughput in a major trauma center
    John C Lee
    Division of Trauma Critical Care, Lancaster General Health, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA
    Am Surg 80:434-40. 2014
    ..We were able to expedite trauma patient throughput in both ICU and overall hospital stays with a trend toward decreasing mortality. This improved throughput may potentially translate into a cost saving for the hospital. ..
  10. doi Breaking down the barriers! Factors contributing to barrier days in a mature trauma center
    Amelia Rogers
    From the Trauma Services, Lancaster General Health, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
    J Trauma Acute Care Surg 76:191-5. 2014
    ..We hypothesized that there would be significant demographic and payor factors associated with BDs...
  11. ncbi An Innovative Approach for Decreasing Fall Trauma Admissions from Geriatric Living Facilities: Preliminary Investigation
    Tracy Evans
    Trauma Services, Lancaster General Health, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA
    Am Surg 81:1279-83. 2015
    ..68, 0.46-1.00, P = 0.047]. An aggressive intervention program targeting high-risk geriatric living facilities resulted in a statistically significant decrease in geriatric fall admissions to our Level II trauma center. ..
  12. doi Under fire: gun violence is not just an urban problem
    Chet Morrison
    Trauma and Acute Care Surgery Services, Lancaster General Health, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
    J Surg Res 199:190-6. 2015
    ..We sought to characterize gun violence in the combined suburban and rural county of Lancaster, PA, and compare it with gun violence results obtained in urban areas...
  13. doi An analysis of Brain Trauma Foundation traumatic brain injury guideline compliance and patient outcome
    John C Lee
    Trauma Services, Lancaster General Health, 555 N, Duke Street, Lancaster, PA 17601, United States Electronic address
    Injury 46:854-8. 2015
    ..Although each individual guideline has been validated in isolation, to date, little research has examined the guidelines in composite. We examined the relationship between compliance with the BTF severe TBI guidelines and mortality...
  14. doi Hyponatremia as a fall predictor in a geriatric trauma population
    Katelyn J Rittenhouse
    Lancaster General Health, Lancaster, PA, United States Electronic address
    Injury 46:119-23. 2015
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  15. doi Magnet hospitals are a magnet for higher survival rates at adult trauma centers
    Tracy Evans
    From the Trauma Services, Lancaster General Health, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
    J Trauma Acute Care Surg 77:89-94. 2014
    ..We hypothesized that Magnet-designated trauma centers would have improved survival over their non-Magnet counterparts...
  16. doi An alarming presentation of Creutzfeldt-Jakob disease following a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head
    Carissa Harnish
    Lancaster General Health, Lancaster, PA, USA Electronic address
    Injury 46:926-8. 2015
    ..The following details the case of a 59-year-old male infected with CJD presented to our level II trauma center for treatment following a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the head...
  17. ncbi The ACT Alert: preliminary results of a novel protocol to assess geriatric head trauma patients on anticoagulation
    Katelyn Rittenhouse
    Trauma Services, Lancaster General Health, Lancaster, Pennsylvania, USA
    Am Surg 81:408-13. 2015
    ..The ACT Alert improves ED throughput and reduces hospital LOS while effectively identifying at-risk, mildly head injured geriatric patients on AC...
  18. doi Application of a trauma intensivist model to a Level II community hospital trauma program improves intensive care unit throughput
    John C Lee
    Trauma Center, Lancaster General Hospital, Lancaster, PA 17602, USA
    J Trauma 69:1147-52; discussion 1152-3. 2010
    ..We hypothesized that dedicated trauma intensivists as COS in a community hospital could improve ICU outcome...
  19. doi An analysis of geriatric recidivism in the era of accountable care organizations
    Katelyn Rittenhouse
    From the Trauma Services, Lancaster General Health, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
    J Trauma Acute Care Surg 78:409-14. 2015
    ..Readmission largely impacts health care cost; therefore, we sought to determine factors associated with geriatric trauma readmissions (recidivism) within our institution...
  20. doi A bitter pill to swallow: dysphagia in cervical spine injury
    John C Lee
    Trauma Services, Lancaster General Health, Lancaster, Pennsylvania
    J Surg Res 201:388-93. 2016
    ..We hypothesized that while greater rates of dysphagia would be found in geriatric and spinal cord-injured subgroups, all patients presenting with CSI would be at heightened risk for swallowing dysfunction...