A New Paradigm of Injuries From Terrorist Explosions as a Function of Explosion Setting Type
Rozenfeld, M., Givon, A., Shenhar, G., et al. (2016). A New Paradigm of Injuries From Terrorist Explosions as a Function of Explosion Setting Type. (Abstract only.) Annals of Surgery. 263(6):1228-34.
This article is a retrospective review of terrorist-related blast injuries from the Israeli national trauma registry over the time period of the second intifada 2000-2005, comparing injury patterns with the setting of the blast, specifically inside buildings, near buildings, inside buses, near buses, and in open spaces.