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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 1: Average number of computed tomography scans (shown as diamonds with error bars, units on left-sided y-axis) per trauma provider (shown on x-axis) superimposed on a third-degree polynomial model of median trauma mortality (shown as dashed line, units on right-sided y-axis). After adjusting for patient age and injury severity, the median number of computed tomography scans per provider was 2.2, with median per provider mortality being 2.3% (n = 27,372; patients who underwent emergency surgery or died in the emergency department were excluded from analysis)

Figure 1: Average number of computed tomography scans (shown as diamonds with error bars, units on left-sided y-axis) per trauma provider (shown on x-axis) superimposed on a third-degree polynomial model of median trauma mortality (shown as dashed line, units on right-sided y-axis). After adjusting for patient age and injury severity, the median number of computed tomography scans per provider was 2.2, with median per provider mortality being 2.3% (<i>n</i> = 27,372; patients who underwent emergency surgery or died in the emergency department were excluded from analysis)