• Invasive Infection and Outcomes in a Humanitarian Surgical Burn Program in Haiti

      Murphy, RA; Nisenbaum, L; Labar, AS; Sheridan, RL; Ronat, JB; Dilworth, K; Pena, J; Kilborn, E; Teicher, C (SpringerLink - We regret that this article is behind a paywall., 2016-02-25)
      Compare to high-income settings, survival in burn units in low-income settings is lower with invasive infections one leading cause of death. Médecins Sans Frontières is involved in the treatment of large burns in adults and children in Haiti.
    • Surgical Care of Pediatric Patients in the Humanitarian Setting: The Médecins Sans Frontières Experience, 2012-2013

      Trudeau, MO; Baron, E; Hérard, P; Labar, AS; Lassalle, X; Teicher, CL; Rothstein, DH (American Medical Association, 2015-11-01)
      Little is known about the scope of practice and outcomes in pediatric surgery performed by humanitarian organizations in resource-poor settings and conflict zones. This study provides the largest report to date detailing such data for a major nongovernmental organization providing humanitarian surgical relief support in these settings.