The burden of road traffic accidents in trauma in low-resource settings: a retrospective analysis of patient admissions to the Emergency, Operating and In-Patient Departments of two Médecins Sans Frontières

Principal investigator

Engy Ali
Purpose of study
Purpose of study

this paper aims to look at patient outcomes for conservative (non-invasive) versus internal fixation (invasive) procedures in patients with closed fractures in such contexts.

  • Concept
  • Protocol & ERB
  • Implementation
  • Completion
  • Archived

Study timeline

  • Completed date changed by Veerle HERMANS

    4th April 2022

    Changed to “2022-03-31”.

     
  • Completion
    4th April 2022
  • Title changed by Veerle HERMANS

    14th January 2022

    Changed to “The burden of road traffic accidents in trauma in low-resource settings: a retrospective analysis of patient admissions to the Emergency, Operating and In-Patient Departments of two Médecins Sans Frontières ”

  • Implementation
    14th January 2022
  • Was marked as exempt from ERB Updated by Marcel Manzi

    22nd August 2019  
  • Concept
    22nd August 2019
  • Study created

    22nd August 2019

    Originally titled The burden of road traffic accidents as compared to violent trauma in MSF trauma centres: a retrospective analysis of patient treated in MSF key trauma hospitals in Afghanistan, Haiti and Burundi

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