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The Injury Severity Score (ISS) is a widely used scoring system for assessing the overall severity of traumatic injuries in patients who have sustained multiple traumatic injuries (polytrauma). It is a valuable tool for triaging patients, predicting patient outcomes, and evaluating the quality of trauma care. The ISS is commonly used in trauma research, epidemiology studies, and clinical practice to compare the severity of injuries across different patient populations.

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