Items where Author is "Amsler, Felix"
Number of items: 7.
Hirschmann, Michael Tobias and Fallegger, Basil and Amsler, Felix and Regazzoni, Pietro and Gross, Thomas. (2011) Clinical longer-term results after internal fixation of proximal humerus fractures with a locking compression plate (PHILOS). Journal of orthopaedic trauma, Vol. 25, H. 5. S. 286-293.
Gross, Thomas and Amsler, Felix. (2011) Prevalence and incidence of longer term pain in survivors of polytrauma. Surgery, Vol. 150, H. 5. S. 985-995.
Hirschmann, Michael T. and Zimmermann, Nadia and Rychen, Thomas and Candrian, Christian and Hudetz, Damir and Lorez, Lukas G. and Amsler, Felix and Müller, Werner and Friederich, Niklaus F.. (2010) Clinical and radiological outcomes after management of traumatic knee dislocation by open single stage complete reconstruction/repair. BMC musculoskeletal disorders, Vol. 11. S. 102.
Gross, Thomas and Attenberger, Corinna and Huegli, Rolf W. and Amsler, Felix. (2010) Factors associated with reduced longer-term capacity to work in patients after polytrauma : a Swiss trauma center experience. Journal of the American College of Surgeons, Vol. 211, H. 1. S. 81-91.
Fueglistaler, Philipp and Amsler, Felix and Schüepp, Marcel and Fueglistaler-Montali, Ida and Attenberger, Corinna and Pargger, Hans and Jacob, Augustinus Ludwig and Gross, Thomas. (2010) Prognostic value of Sequential Organ Failure Assessment and Simplified Acute Physiology II Score compared with trauma scores in the outcome of multiple-trauma patients. American journal of surgery, Vol. 200, H. 2. S. 204-214.
Hirschmann, Michael Tobias and Wind, Björn and Amsler, Felix and Gross, Thomas. (2010) Reliability of shoulder abduction strength measure for the Constant-Murley score. Clinical orthopaedics and related research, Vol. 468. S. 1565-1571.
Füglistaler-Montali, Ida and Attenberger, Corinna and Füglistaler, Philipp and Jacob, Augustinus L. and Amsler, Felix and Gross, Thomas. (2009) In search of benchmarking for mortality following multiple trauma : a Swiss trauma center experience. World journal of surgery, Vol. 33. S. 2477-2489.