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Post-traumatic Stress Symptoms in a Violently Injured Civilian Population: A Need for Hospital Identification and Resources

Anne Jordan, Julie Bivins, Bonita Hogue, Luke Wolfe, Michel B Aboutanos

Citation Information : Jordan A, Bivins J, Hogue B, Wolfe L, Aboutanos MB. Post-traumatic Stress Symptoms in a Violently Injured Civilian Population: A Need for Hospital Identification and Resources. Panam J Trauma Crit Care Emerg Surg 2015; 4 (2):54-58.

DOI: 10.5005/jp-journals-10030-1117

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Published Online: 04-08-2015

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