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The use of standardized assessment procedures in the evaluation of patients with multiple injuries.

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The accuracy of diagnosis in multiple trauma can be greatly improved by the use of standardized assessment routines and standard documentation. In the two groups of patients reviewed the diagnostic error rate fell from 23% in the period 1979-1980 to 8% for the period 1981-1982.

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