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It also highlighted the important role of the Joint Theater Trauma Registry (JTTR), a data collection tool created in 2004 as part of the Joint Theater Trauma System.
In 2007, the addition of the Joint Theater Trauma Registry application to the MC4 system streamlined trauma data collected on the battlefield to researchers who use the information to implement solutions for the battlefield.
Creating a centralized casualty database by utilizing electronic medical records, the combat casualty rosters of the unit, and the Joint Theater Trauma Registry, the authors looked at the incidence and type of musculoskeletal injuries sustained by the Army Brigade Combat Team during "The Surge" period of Operation Iraqi Freedom.
Point-of-injury and prehospital wounding and treatment data captured by the PHTR can also be linked to patient outcomes maintained at the Joint Theater Trauma Registry for optimal analysis of the entire provided continuum of care.
Source: Joint Theater Trauma Registry, an internal military database not readily accessible by the general public.
According to the Joint Theater Trauma Registry (JTTR) data, 26% of battle injuries are to the maxillofacial region, which often includes jaw fractures.
Well-documented improvements since 2001 include research into prevention of combat injuries with new types of body armor, improved hemorrhage control techniques at the point-of-injury, information management systems to enable continuity of care between facilities within the theater and on different continents, development of the Joint Theater Trauma Registry to compile data that will provide insight into future improvements, and a leadership system to ensure better joint and combined medical resource cooperation and utilization.