Dr David N Naumann MA, MB, BChir, PhD, DMCC, FRCS

Dr David N Naumann

Institute of Inflammation and Ageing
Associate Clinical Professor

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Institute of Inflammation and Ageing
College of Medical and Dental Sciences
University of Birmingham
B15 2TT

David Naumann is a Consultant General Surgeon with the Royal Centre for Defence Medicine and the University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust, and is an Associate Clinical Professor with the Institute of Inflammation and Ageing at the University of Birmingham. He is a faculty member for the Trauma Sciences MSc and runs the Conflict Module for this degree.

His main research interest is in trauma and emergency general surgery. His PhD thesis was entitled “Early microcirculatory dysfunction following traumatic haemorrhage”.

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  • FRCS, Royal College of Surgeons of England, 2021
  • PhD, University of Birmingham, 2018
  • DMCC, Worshipful Society of Apothecaries, 2011
  • MRCS, Royal College of Surgeons of England, 2008
  • MA, University of Cambridge, 2007
  • MB, BChir, University of Cambridge, 2006
  • BA in Neuroscience, University of Cambridge, 2003


Dr David Naumann went to medical school at the University of Cambridge from 2000 – 2006, during which he also obtained a BA in Neuroscience as part of the “Tripos” examination. He became interested in surgery and completed his examinations to become a member of the Royal College of Surgeons in 2008.

Dr Naumann was commissioned as an officer in the British Army at the Royal Military Academy Sandhurst in 2008. He was the Regimental Medical Officer for the Queen's Royal (Queen’s Own and Royal Irish) Hussars from 2009-2010, in Sennelager, Germany. He deployed as a front-line Medical Officer in Helmand Province, Afghanistan with the Duke of Lancaster’s Regiment and the Royal Gurkha Rifles.

After his return to the UK, Dr Naumann entered surgical training in the West Midlands, during which he took time out of programme to undertake a PhD at the University of Birmingham from 2015 – 2018. He completed his Fellowship exams for the Royal College of Surgeons, and finished training in 2021. He now works as a Consultant Surgeon at the University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust, as well as remaining on readiness for deployment in his military role as a Lieutenant Colonel in the Defence Medical Services and the Royal Centre for Defence Medicine.

Dr Naumann has been teaching students on the Trauma Sciences MSc since 2015, and now runs the Conflict Module as part of the permament faculty. He also enjoys teaching at the medical school, junior doctors, and surgical trainees.

Dr Naumann is on the Editorial Board for BMJ Military Health, the BJS and BJS Open. He reviews for multiple journals, and has authored >150 peer reviewed articles.


  • Faculty, Trauma Sciences MSc
  • Faculty, Basic Surgical Skills
  • Guest speaker, National Surgical Anatomy Teaching Series


Dr Naumann has a diverse range of research interests, including:

Blood transfusion for trauma
  • Endotheliopathy and microcirculatory dysfunction
  • Immune response to trauma and haemorrhage
  • Whole blood transfusion for trauma
  • Novel blood products for the austere enviromment
  • Prehospital blood transfusion
Trauma and emergency surgery
  • Patient-centred outcome measures for trauma and emergency general surgery
  • Management of trauma including blunt and penetrating trauma
  • Effects of socioeconomic factors on trauma outcomes
  • Trauma laparotomy and outcomes
Surgical training
  • How to train military surgeons
  • Simulation and high fidelity training

Other activities

Member of the World Heath Organisation’s working group on “Guidance on ensuring blood and blood components supply during emergency situations”.


Book chapters

  • Clinical Anatomy Related to Laparoscopic Colorectal Surgery. Naumann DN, Dilworth M, Karandikar S. Laparoscopic Colorectal Surgery: A Step by Step Guide with Video Atlas. Haribhakti, S, Ed. CRC Press; 2021
  • Researcher. Naumann DN. Combatting Burnout: A Guide for Medical Students and Junior Doctors. Staten, A, ed. CRC Press; 2019
  • General Surgical Problems in the Critically Injured Patient. Naumann DN. Trauma and Combat Critical Care in Clinical Practice. Hutchings S, ed. Springer International Publishing; 2016

Published articles (selection)

  • Morris L, Naumann DN, Reilly J-J, Kitchen S, Blackburn L, Bishop J, Brooks A: Injuries among children attributed to violence and social funding: a 10-year observational study. BMJ Paediatrics Open 2023, 7(1):e001700.
  • Wei S, Radwan A, Mueck KM, Wan C, Wan DQ, Millas SG, Ko TC, Holcomb JB, Wade CE, Naumann DN et al: Validation of the Adapted Clavien-Dindo in Trauma (ACDiT) Classifications in Medical and Surgical Management of Acute Diverticulitis. Ann Surg 2022, 275(2):e415-e419.
  • Toman E, Riley M, Hodgson S, Yakoub KM, Cooper L, Bishop J, Naumann DN, Welbury R, Hammond D, Di Pietro V et al: Concussion in Non-athletes: Assessment of Cognition and Symptomatology (CONTACTS) study protocol - an exploratory cohort study investigating the utility of sports concussion assessment tools and salivary microRNAs to diagnose concussion in NHS patients. BMJ open 2022, 12(9):e062030.
  • Stamatiou D, Naumann DN, Foss H, Singhal R, Karandikar S: Effects of ethnicity and socioeconomic status on surgical outcomes from inflammatory bowel disease. International journal of colorectal disease 2022, 37(6):1367-1374.
  • Singhal R, Cardoso VR, Wiggins T, Super J, Ludwig C, Gkoutos GV, Mahawar K, Collaborators G: 30-day morbidity and mortality of sleeve gastrectomy, Roux-en-Y gastric bypass and one anastomosis gastric bypass: a propensity score-matched analysis of the GENEVA data. Int J Obes (Lond) 2022, 46(4):750-757.
  • Reilly JJ, Naumann DN, Morris L, Blackburn L, Brooks A: Injury by knife crime amongst children is associated with socioeconomic deprivation: an observational study. Pediatr Surg Int 2022, 39(1):8.
  • Phelan L, Digne-Malcolm H, Hassett D, Naumann DN, Dilworth MP, Bowley DM: Establishing a COVID-secure site for elective surgery during the COVID pandemic: An observational study. J Perioper Pract 2022:17504589211031083.
  • Naumann DN, Sellon E, Mitchinson S, Tucker H, Marsden MER, Norris-Cervetto E, Bafitis V, Smith T, Bradley R, Alzarrad A et al: Occult tension pneumothorax discovered following imaging for adult trauma patients in the modern major trauma system: a multicentre observational study. BMJ Mil Health 2022.
  • Naumann DN, Robinson MW, Bowley DM, Nott D: War surgery and transfusion in makeshift hospitals in beleaguered cities. Lancet 2022, 399(10332):1299-1301.
  • Naumann DN, McMenemy L, Beaven A, Bowley DM, Mountain A, Bartels O, Booker RJ: Secure app-based secondary healthcare clinical decision support to deployed forces in the UK Defence Medical Services. BMJ Mil Health 2022.
  • Naumann DN, Hejmadi RK, Richardson JJR: Oligometastatic deposits of prostate cancer found within the sigmoid pericolic fat that was resected for colonic adenocarcinoma: a case report. J Med Case Rep 2022, 16(1):221.
  • Naumann DN, Hamid M, Spence N, Saleh D, Desai C, Abraham-Igwe C: Rectus sheath catheter analgesia versus standard care following major abdominal surgery: An observational study of 911 patients. The surgeon : journal of the Royal Colleges of Surgeons of Edinburgh and Ireland 2022, 20(6):345-350.
  • Naumann DN, Bhangu A, Brooks A, Martin M, Cotton BA, Khan M, Midwinter MJ, Pearce L, Bowley DM, Holcomb JB et al: A call for patient-centred textbook outcomes for emergency surgery and trauma. Br J Surg 2022, 109(12):1191-1193.
  • Naumann DN, Anderson JR: Face of a king: battlefield penetrating trauma to the midface in 1403 and a surgeon who changed the course of history. BMJ Mil Health 2022, 168(3):237-238.
  • Kyle E, Naumann DN, Bowley DM: Aesthetics and identity: can tattoos help the prehospital clinician? BMJ Mil Health 2022.
  • Hamid M, Naumann DN, Digne-Malcolm H, Kanwal A, Puventhiranathan P, Phelan L, Dilworth M: Surgical training during the COVID-19 pandemic at a designated 'cold' site: are we meeting the challenge? Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England 2022, 104(6):421-426.
  • Green SV, Morris DE, Naumann DN, Rhodes HL, Burns JK, Roberts R, Lang AR, Morris L: One size does not fit all: Impact of hand size on ease of use of instruments for minimally invasive surgery. The surgeon : journal of the Royal Colleges of Surgeons of Edinburgh and Ireland 2022.
  • Crombie N, Doughty HA, Bishop JRB, Desai A, Dixon EF, Hancox JM, Herbert MJ, Leech C, Lewis SJ, Nash MR et al: Resuscitation with blood products in patients with trauma-related haemorrhagic shock receiving prehospital care (RePHILL): a multicentre, open-label, randomised, controlled, phase 3 trial. Lancet Haematol 2022, 9(4):e250-e261.
  • Christou N, Ris F, Naumann D, Robert-Yap J, Mathonnet M, Gillion JF, Club-Hernie M: Risk factors for surgical site infection after groin hernia repair: does the mesh or technique matter? Hernia : the journal of hernias and abdominal wall surgery 2022, 26(1):233-242.
  • Cant MR, Naumann DN, Swain C, Mountain AJ, Baden J, Bowley DM: Acquisition and retention of military surgical competencies: a survey of surgeons' experiences in the UK Defence Medical Services. BMJ Mil Health 2022.
  • Breeze J, Bowley DM, Naumann DN, Marsden MER, Fryer RN, Keene D, Ramasamy A, Lewis EA: Torso body armour coverage defined according to feasibility of haemorrhage control within the prehospital environment: a new paradigm for combat trauma protection. BMJ Mil Health 2022, 168(5):399-403.
  • Bermingham HN, Popplewell MA, Naumann DN, Gulamhussein MA, Liaw F, Layton GR, Fernando H, Tucker O, Bowley D, Dilworth MP: Comparing the surgical management of acute paediatric scrotal pain between adult urologists and general surgeons in the UK: an observational study. Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England 2022, 104(5):373-379.
  • Baia M, Naumann DN, Wong CS, Mahmood F, Parente A, Bissacco D, Almond M, Ford SJ, Tirotta F, Desai A: Dealing with malignancy involving the inferior vena cava in the 21st century. J Cardiovasc Surg (Torino) 2022, 63(6):664-673.
  • Baia M, Ford SJ, Dumitra S, Sama L, Naumann DN, Spolverato G, Callegaro D: Follow-up of patients with retroperitoneal sarcoma. Eur J Surg Oncol 2022.
  • Ahmad R, Baia M, Naumann DN, Mahmood F, Tirotta F, Ford S, Desai A, Almond M: Emergency multivisceral resection for spontaneous haemorrhage rupture of huge solid pseudopapillary neoplasm of the pancreas during pregnancy(dagger). J Surg Case Rep 2022, 2022(7):rjac331.
  • Tallowin S, Naumann DN, Bowley DM: Defence Healthcare Engagement: A UK Military Perspective to Improve Healthcare Leadership and Quality of Care Overseas. J Healthc Leadersh 2021, 13:27-34.
  • Samani S, Mir N, Naumann DN, Ding M, Karandikar S, Goh J, Iacucci M, Mottershead M, Giljaca V: COVID-19 and endoscopic services: the impact of delays in therapeutic colonoscopies on patients. Gut 2021, 70(10):2019-2020.
  • Pearce AP, Naumann DN, O'Reilly D: Mission command: applying principles of military leadership to the SARS-CoV-2 (COVID-19) crisis. BMJ Mil Health 2021, 167(1):3-4.
  • Naumann DN, Kavanagh C, Hipkiss G, Potter-Concannon S, Budhoo M, Ahmed M, Karandikar S: Impact of cumulative experience on the quality of screening colonoscopy: A 13-year observational study. J Med Screen 2021, 28(4):433-438.
  • Naumann DN, Boulton AJ, Sandhu A, Campbell K, Charlton W, Gurney JM, Martin MJ, Scorer T, Doughty H: Authors' response to "Letter regarding fresh whole blood from walking blood banks for patients with traumatic hemorrhagic shock: a systematic review and meta-analysis". J Trauma Acute Care Surg 2021, 90(6):e176.
  • Naumann DN, Beaven A, Naumann LK, Taylor B, Barker T, Seery J, Bowley DM: Where Do Surgeons Belong on the Modern Battlefield? Mil Med 2021, 186(5-6):136-140.
  • Marsden MER, Vulliamy PED, Carden R, Naumann DN, Davenport RA, National Trauma R, Innovation C: Trauma Laparotomy in the UK: A Prospective National Service Evaluation. J Am Coll Surg 2021, 233(3):383-394 e381.
  • Large J, Naumann DN, Fellows J, Connor C, Ahmed Z: Clinical outcomes following major trauma for patients with a diagnosis of depression: a large UK database analysis. Trauma Surg Acute Care Open 2021, 6(1):e000819.
  • Hodgetts JM, Claireaux HA, Naumann DN: Remote training for combat medics during the COVID-19 era: lessons learnt for future crises? BMJ Mil Health 2021, 167(4):244-247.
  • Hazeldine J, Dinsdale RJ, Naumann DN, Acharjee A, Bishop JRB, Lord JM, Harrison P: Traumatic injury is associated with reduced deoxyribonuclease activity and dysregulation of the actin scavenging system. Burns Trauma 2021, 9:tkab001.
  • Christou N, Roux-David A, Naumann DN, Bouvier S, Rivaille T, Derbal S, Taibi A, Fabre A, Fredon F, Durand-Fontanier S et al: Bile Duct Injury During Cholecystectomy: Necessity to Learn How to Do and Interpret Intraoperative Cholangiography. Frontiers in medicine 2021, 8:637987.
  • Cant MR, Naumann DN, Konig TC, Bowley DM: How do deployed general surgeons acquire relevant skill sets and competencies and mitigate skill fade? BMJ Mil Health 2021, 167(3):209-213.
  • Campbell K, Naumann DN, Remick K, Wright C: Damage control resuscitation and surgery for indigenous combat casualties: a prospective observational study. BMJ Mil Health 2021, 167(1):18-22.
  • Watchorn JC, Fargaly H, Gilani M, Assadi J, Deitchman AR, Naumann DN, Wollborn J, Goebel U, McCurdy MT, Hutchings SD: The Reproducibility of the Point of Care Microcirculation (POEM) Score When Used to Assess Critically Ill Patients: A Multicenter Prospective Observational Study. Shock 2020, 54(1):15-20.
  • Wanigasooriya K, Palimar P, Naumann DN, Ismail K, Fellows JL, Logan P, Thompson CV, Bermingham H, Beggs AD, Ismail T: Mental health symptoms in a cohort of hospital healthcare workers following the first peak of the COVID-19 pandemic in the UK. BJPsych Open 2020, 7(1):e24.
  • van Leeuwen ALI, Naumann DN, Dekker NAM, Hordijk PL, Hutchings SD, Boer C, van den Brom CE: In vitro endothelial hyperpermeability occurs early following traumatic hemorrhagic shock. Clin Hemorheol Microcirc 2020, 75(2):121-133.
  • Sandhu A, Claireaux HA, Downes G, Grundy N, Naumann DN: Emergency first responder management of combat injuries to the torso in the military, remote and austere settings. BMJ Mil Health 2020.
  • Naumann DN, Pearce AP, Martin M, Khan MA: Should All Trauma Surgeons be Proficient in Laparoscopy? Surg Laparosc Endosc Percutan Tech 2020, 30(1):91-92.
  • Naumann DN, Boulton AJ, Sandhu A, Campbell K, Charlton W, Gurney JM, Martin MJ, Scorer T, Doughty H: Fresh whole blood from walking blood banks for patients with traumatic hemorrhagic shock: A systematic review and meta-analysis. J Trauma Acute Care Surg 2020, 89(4):792-800.
  • James TW, Thomson BJ, Naumann DN, Stevenson DS: Platelet function testing in patients with post-operative tonsillectomy bleeding may be a useful early identifier of inherited platelet function disorders. J Laryngol Otol 2020:1-5.
  • Doughty H, Naumann D: Pre-hospital transfusion: Trials and tribulations. Transfus Med 2020, 30(2):81-83.
  • Naumann DN, Khan MA, Smith JE, Rickard R, Woolley T: Future strategies for remote damage control resuscitation after traumatic hemorrhage. J Trauma Acute Care Surg 2019, 86(1):163-166.
  • Naumann DN, Hazeldine J, Bishop J, Midwinter MJ, Harrison P, Nash G, Hutchings SD: Impact of plasma viscosity on microcirculatory flow after traumatic haemorrhagic shock: A prospective observational study. Clin Hemorheol Microcirc 2019, 71(1):71-82.
  • Toman E, Beaven A, Naumann DN, Myatt RW, Parker PJ, Kay AR: Non-battle injury among repatriated UK armed forces since cessation of combat operations: a prospective observational study. J R Army Med Corps 2018, 164(1):19-24.
  • Smith IM, Crombie N, Bishop JR, McLaughlin A, Naumann DN, Herbert M, Hancox JM, Slinn G, Ives N, Grant M et al: RePHILL: protocol for a randomised controlled trial of pre-hospital blood product resuscitation for trauma. Transfus Med 2018, 28(5):346-356.
  • Naumann DN, Lima A: Could resuscitation be based on microcirculation data? No. Intensive Care Med 2018, 44(6):947-949.
  • Naumann DN, Hazeldine J, Midwinter MJ, Hutchings SD, Harrison P: Poor microcirculatory flow dynamics are associated with endothelial cell damage and glycocalyx shedding after traumatic hemorrhagic shock. J Trauma Acute Care Surg 2018, 84(1):81-88.
  • Naumann DN, Hazeldine J, Davies DJ, Bishop J, Midwinter MJ, Belli A, Harrison P, Lord JM: Endotheliopathy of Trauma is an on-Scene Phenomenon, and is Associated with Multiple Organ Dysfunction Syndrome: A Prospective Observational Study. Shock 2018, 49(4):420-428.
  • Naumann DN, Hancox JM, Raitt J, Smith IM, Crombie N, Doughty H, Perkins GD, Midwinter MJ, Collaborators R: What fluids are given during air ambulance treatment of patients with trauma in the UK, and what might this mean for the future? Results from the RESCUER observational cohort study. BMJ open 2018, 8(1):e019627.
  • Naumann DN, Doughty H, Cotton BA: No gains with plasma-first resuscitation in urban settings? Lancet 2018, 392(10144):255-256.
  • Naumann DN, Bhangu A, Bowley DM: Colon-sparing surgery for Clostridium difficile: Translatable lessons for the international humanitarian surgeon? J Trauma Acute Care Surg 2018, 84(1):203-204.
  • Lewis CT, Brown J, Inglis AC, Naumann DN, Crombie N: Emergency intubation in trauma in KwaZulu-Natal Province, South Africa. South African medical journal = Suid-Afrikaanse tydskrif vir geneeskunde 2018, 108(8):660-666.
  • Hutchings SD, Naumann DN, Hopkins P, Mellis C, Riozzi P, Sartini S, Mamuza J, Harris T, Midwinter MJ, Wendon J: Microcirculatory Impairment Is Associated With Multiple Organ Dysfunction Following Traumatic Hemorrhagic Shock: The MICROSHOCK Study. Crit Care Med 2018, 46(9):e889-e896.
  • Eisenstein N, Naumann D, Burns D, Stapley S, Draper H: Left Of Bang Interventions in Trauma: ethical implications for military medical prophylaxis. Journal of medical ethics 2018, 44(7):504-508.
  • Boulton AJ, Lewis CT, Naumann DN, Midwinter MJ: Prehospital haemostatic dressings for trauma: a systematic review. Emerg Med J 2018, 35(7):449-457.
  • Thompson CV, Naumann DN, Fellows JL, Bowley DM, Suggett N: Post-traumatic stress disorder amongst surgical trainees: An unrecognised risk? The surgeon 2017, 15(3):123-130.
  • Naumann DN, Vincent LE, Pearson N, Beaven A, Smith IM, Smith K, Toman E, Dorrance HR, Porter K, Wade CE et al: An adapted Clavien-Dindo scoring system in trauma as a clinically meaningful nonmortality endpoint. J Trauma Acute Care Surg 2017, 83(2):241-248.
  • Naumann DN, McLaughlin A, Midwinter MJ, Crombie N: Prehospital rapid sequence induction following trauma in the era of regional networks for major trauma. Eur J Emerg Med 2017, 24(4):243-248.
  • Naumann DN, Hazeldine J, Dinsdale RJ, Bishop JR, Midwinter MJ, Harrison P, Hutchings SD, Lord JM: Endotheliopathy is associated with higher levels of cell-free DNA following major trauma: A prospective observational study. PLoS One 2017, 12(12):e0189870.
  • Naumann DN, Eisenstein N, Burns DS, Stapley SA: Towards research combat readiness: prepared, prospective and preapproved. J R Army Med Corps 2017, 163(4):233-234.
  • Hazeldine J, Naumann DN, Toman E, Davies D, Bishop JRB, Su Z, Hampson P, Dinsdale RJ, Crombie N, Duggal NA et al: Prehospital immune responses and development of multiple organ dysfunction syndrome following traumatic injury: A prospective cohort study. PLoS medicine 2017, 14(7):e1002338.
  • Hancox JM, Spiers J, Crombie N, Naumann DN: Unilateral Dilated Pupil and Spontaneous Cardiac Arrest with Successful Bystander Resuscitation. Case reports in emergency medicine 2017, 2017:4071531.
  • Naumann DN, Zaman S, Daskalakis M, Nijjar R, Richardson M, Super P, Singhal R: Day surgery for achalasia cardia: Time for consensus? Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England 2016, 98(2):150-154.
  • Naumann DN, Smith IM, Beaven A, Midwinter MJ: The term "prehospital" must be justified when reporting animal studies of traumatic hemorrhagic shock. J Trauma Acute Care Surg 2016, 81(2):394-396.
  • Naumann DN, Midwinter MJ, Hutchings S: Venous-to-arterial CO2 differences and the quest for bedside point-of-care monitoring to assess the microcirculation during shock. Annals of translational medicine 2016, 4(2):37.
  • Naumann DN, Mellis C, Smith IM, Mamuza J, Skene I, Harris T, Midwinter MJ, Hutchings SD: Safety and feasibility of sublingual microcirculation assessment in the emergency department for civilian and military patients with traumatic haemorrhagic shock: a prospective cohort study. BMJ open 2016, 6(12):e014162.
  • Naumann DN, Mellis C, Husheer SL, Hopkins P, Bishop J, Midwinter MJ, Hutchings SD: Real-time point of care microcirculatory assessment of shock: design, rationale and application of the point of care microcirculation (POEM) tool. Crit Care 2016, 20(1):310.
  • Naumann DN, Bowley DM, Midwinter MJ, Walker A, Pallister I: High-Fidelity Simulation Model of Pelvic Hemorrhagic Trauma: The Future for Military Surgical Skills Training? Mil Med 2016, 181(11):1407-1409.
  • Naumann DN, Beaven A, Dretzke J, Hutchings S, Midwinter MJ: Searching For the Optimal Fluid to Restore Microcirculatory Flow Dynamics After Haemorrhagic Shock: A Systematic Review of Preclinical Studies. Shock 2016, 46(6):609-622.
  • Lewis CT, Naumann DN, Crombie N, Midwinter MJ: Prehospital point-of-care lactate following trauma: A systematic review. J Trauma Acute Care Surg 2016, 81(4):748-755.
  • Hutchings SD, Naumann DN, Watts S, Wilson C, Burton C, Wendon J, Kirkman E: Microcirculatory perfusion shows wide inter-individual variation and is important in determining shock reversal during resuscitation in a porcine experimental model of complex traumatic hemorrhagic shock. Intensive care medicine experimental 2016, 4(1):17.
  • Hutchings SD: Trauma and Combat Critical Care in Clinical Practice, 1 edn: Springer International Publishing; 2016.
  • Hutchings S, Naumann DN, Harris T, Wendon J, Midwinter MJ: Observational study of the effects of traumatic injury, haemorrhagic shock and resuscitation on the microcirculation: a protocol for the MICROSHOCK study. BMJ open 2016, 6(3):e010893.
  • Hutchings S, Naumann D, Watts S, Wendon J, Wilson C, Burton C, Kirkman E: Microcirculatory perfusion shows wide inter-individual variation and is important in determining shock reversal during resuscitation in a porcine experimental model of complex traumatic hemorrhagic shock. Intensive care medicine experimental 2016, [Epub ahead of print].
  • Eisenstein NM, Naumann DN, Bowley DM, Midwinter MJ: Pretrauma Interventions in Force Health Protection: Introducing the "Left of Bang" Paradigm. Journal of special operations medicine 2016, 16(4):59-63.
  • Ahmed S, Naumann DN, Karandikar S: Differences in screening vs non-screening colonoscopy: scope for improvement? Colorectal disease : the official journal of the Association of Coloproctology of Great Britain and Ireland 2016, 18(9):903-909.
  • Waterland P, Goonetilleke K, Naumann DN, Sutcliff M, Soliman F: Defunctioning Ileostomy Reversal Rates and Reasons for Delayed Reversal: Does Delay Impact on Complications of Ileostomy Reversal? A Study of 170 Defunctioning Ileostomies. J Clin Med Res 2015, 7(9):685-689.
  • Thompson CV, Naumann DN, Kelly M, Karandikar S, McArthur DR: Prophylactic oophorectomy during primary colorectal cancer resection: a systematic review and meta-analysis. World Journal of Surgical Procedures 2015, 5(1):167-172.
  • Smith IM, Naumann DN, Marsden ME, Ballard M, Bowley DM: Scanning and War: Utility of FAST and CT in the Assessment of Battlefield Abdominal Trauma. Ann Surg 2015, 262(2):389-396.
  • Smith IM, Naumann DN, Guyver P, Bishop J, Davies S, Lundy JB, Bowley DM: Interobserver Variability in Injury Severity Scoring After Combat Trauma: Different Perspectives, Different Values? Journal of special operations medicine : a peer reviewed journal for SOF medical professionals 2015, 15(2):86-93.
  • Shastri-Hurst N, Naumann DN, Bowley DM, Whitbread T: Military surgery in the new curriculum: whither general surgery training in uniform? J R Army Med Corps 2015, 161(2):100-105.
  • Naumann DN, Jones SA, Taylor C, Jaganathan R, Hendrickse CW, Karandikar S: Heterogeneity in practice during negative scrotal exploration for clinically-suspected testicular torsion. Surg Pract 2015, 19(2):64-68.
  • Naumann DN, Dretzke J, Hutchings S, Midwinter MJ: Protocol for a systematic review of the impact of resuscitation fluids on the microcirculation after haemorrhagic shock in animal models. Systematic reviews 2015, 4:135.
  • Naumann DN, Bhangu A, Kelly M, Bowley DM: Stapled versus handsewn intestinal anastomosis in emergency laparotomy: a systemic review and meta-analysis. Surgery 2015, 157(4):609-618.
  • Ahmed S, Naumann DN, Karandikar S: Are there differences in screening vs. non-screening colonoscopy? Gut 2015, 64(Suppl 1):A559-A559.
  • Naumann DN, Raven D, Pallan A, Bowley DM: Radiation exposure during paediatric emergency CT: time we took notice? J Pediatr Surg 2014, 49(2):305-307.
  • Naumann DN, Bowley DM, McArthur DR: The director's cut - video editing as a training modality for minimally invasive surgery. Minim Invasive Ther Allied Technol 2014, 23(3):188-189.
  • Abbott S, Naumann DN: Presurgical preparation using static electricity. Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England 2014, 96(3):246.
  • Naumann DN, Sintler M: The surgeon as the most important factor in lymph node harvest during axillary clearance. Anticancer Res 2013, 33(9):3935-3939.
  • Naumann DN, Quinn M, Sivanesan S, Farooq U, Hendrickse CW, Bowley DM: Preventing readmissions: are we doing enough? British Journal of Healthcare Management 2013, 19(7):349.
  • Naumann DN, Lundy J, Burns DS, Bailey MS, Bowley DM: Routine deworming of children at deployed military healthcare facilities. The Pediatric infectious disease journal 2013, 32(9):931-932.
  • Naumann DN, Abbott S, Hall D, Bowley DM: Pouch dysfunction: don't forget the surgeons! Frontline Gastroenterol 2013, 4(4):308-309.
  • Naumann D, Rusius V, Margiotta C, Nevill A, Carmichael A, Rea D, Sintler M: Factors predicting trastuzumab-related cardiotoxicity in a real-world population of women with HER2+ breast cancer. Anticancer Res 2013, 33(4):1717-1720.
  • Naumann D, Hejmadi RK, Evriviades D: Ocean enemy's lasting sting: chronic cutaneous reaction after Cnidarian attack. J R Nav Med Serv 2013, 99(3):169-170.
  • Naumann DN, Hughes EJ, Ross DA: Recruiting an infection. Is PVL-SA infection a growing risk in a military setting? J R Army Med Corps 2012, 158(4):350-351.
  • Naumann DN, Baird-Clarke CD, Ross DA: Fleas on operations in Afghanistan--environmental health measures on the front line. J R Army Med Corps 2011, 157(3):226-228.