Table 6

Twenty most cited papers, including article type, published in the Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps between 2016 and 2018

Died of wounds: a mortality reviewReview17
The French Advanced Course for Deployment Surgery (ACDS) called Cours Avance de Chirurgie en Mission Exterieure (CACHIRMEX): history of its development and future prospectsOriginal12
Biomarkers in traumatic brain injury: a reviewReview10
Operation GRITROCK: the Defence Medical Services’ story and emerging lessons from supporting the UK response to the Ebola crisisOriginal10
Tactical damage control resuscitation in austere military environmentsReview10
Freedom from frozen: the first British military use of lyophilised plasma in forward resuscitationOriginal10
Open abdomen and VAC((R)) in severe diffuse peritonitisOriginal9
Surgery in the time of Ebola: how events impacted on a single surgical institution in Sierra LeoneOriginal8
A 2-year review of the general internal medicine admissions to the British Role 3 Hospital in Camp Bastion, AfghanistanOriginal8
Stem cells for therapy in TBIReview8
A case of a chlorine inhalation injury in an Ebola treatment unitOriginal6
The impact of sleep deprivation in military surgical teams: a systematic reviewReview6
Transfusion support by a UK Role 1 medical team: a 2-year experience from AfghanistanOriginal6
Combat casualties from two current conflicts with the Seventh French Forward Surgical Team in Mali and Central African Republic in 2014Original5
Is behind armour blunt trauma a real threat to users of body armour? A systematic reviewReview5
The future of resuscitative endovascular balloon occlusion in combat operationsOriginal5
An evaluation of the burden placed on the General Internal Medicine team at the Role 3 Hospital in Camp Bastion by UK Armed Forces personnel presenting with symptoms resulting from previously identified diseaseOriginal5
Daily oscillations of skin temperature in military personnel using thermographyOriginal5
The use of creatine supplements in the militaryReview5