The Annals is the official scholarly research journal of the Royal College of Surgeons of England and is published eight times a year. It publishes research, reviews, case reports and technical papers in all surgical specialties, to over 25,000 surgeons in the UK and across the world, as well as to institutional subscribers.
First published in 1947 the main aim of the journal is to publish high-quality, peer-reviewed papers that relate to all branches of surgery. The editorial board is composed of experts from all the surgical specialties.
Relationship between guideline adherence and outcomes in severe traumatic brain injury
The aim of this review was to determine whether adherence to TBI guidelines as a package improves outcomes in adults and paediatric patients with severe TBI.
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