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Niels D. Martin, MD, FACS

Contact Dr. Martin

1100 Walnut Street
MOB, Suite 702
Philadelphia, PA 19107

(215) 955-2165
(215) 923-7957 fax

Most Recent Peer-reviewed Publications

  1. There's no place like home: Boarding surgical ICU patients in other ICUs and the effect of distances from the home unit
  2. Erratum: Skin closure after trauma laparotomy in high-risk patients: Opening opportunities for improvement (Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery)
  3. Evaluation of the risk of noncontiguous fractures of the spine in blunt trauma
  4. Skin closure after trauma laparotomy in high-risk patients: Opening opportunities for improvement
  5. Penetrating neck trauma: A review of management strategies and discussion of the 'no zone' approach
  6. William Edwards Ladd, M.D. (1880-1967): the description of his bands.
  7. Retained surgical items: A problem yet to be solved
  8. Clinical outcomes following invasive versus noninvasive preoperative stabilization of closed diaphyseal femur fractures
  9. Evaluation and management of geriatric trauma: An eastern association for the s 111C urgery of trauma practice management guideline
  10. Nonoperative management of blunt traumatic cardiac rupture: Considerations of a novel approach
  11. Technical skills acquisition in surgery-bound senior medical students: An evaluation of student assertiveness
  12. Acute perforated appendicitis secondary to sarcoidosis
  13. Intracranial hypertension secondary to psychogenic polydipsia
  14. The mortality inflection point for age and acute cervical spinal cord injury
  15. Occult pulmonary arteriovenous malformation resulting in acute mesenteric ischemia and post-operative respiratory failure
  16. Lower extremity vascular stenting for a post-traumatic pseudoaneurysm in a young trauma patient
  17. Are roadside pedestrian injury patterns predictable in a densely populated, urban setting?
  18. The management of the open abdomen in trauma and emergency general surgery: Part 1-damage control
  19. Discussion
  20. The Dead Continue to Teach the Living: Examining the Role of Computed Tomography and Magnetic Resonance Imaging in the Setting of Postmortem Examinations
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