The section deals with issues related to various types of life-threatening mechanical injuries. The achievements of modern resuscitation are shown.
We consider the organization of trauma and intensive care, prediction of outcomes of injuries, medical triage, the degree of operational risk, etc.
Issues of terminology and classification of traumatic shock, methods of diagnosis and treatment of severe mechanical injuries are discussed.
Data on the treatment of acute life-threatening conditions due to trauma and traumatic shock are presented.
The section is designed for surgeons, traumatologists, resuscitators and emergency medical doctors.
In the section there are 12 tables, 4 schemes.Go
Table of contents
General and organizational issues of trauma resuscitation
Chapter 1. Terminology, structure and organization
Chapter 2. The simplest methods of primary examination in the prehospital stages
Chapter 3. Predictive sorting of injured with trauma
Chapter 4. Operational risk and place of surgical interventions in the resuscitation complex
Some clinical issues of traumatic shock
Chapter 5. Discussion on the definition of traumatic shock and its place in the pathogenesis of traumatic disease
Chapter 6. Clinical characteristics of various types of traumatic shock
Chapter 7. The degree of "shock" of mechanical injuries
Chapter 8. Pathogenetic rationale for the main directions of prevention and treatment of traumatic shock
Chapter 9. Prevention of Traumatic Shock
Chapter 10. Basics of anti-shock therapy and resuscitation for injuries
Chapter 11. Treatment of patients in the post-shock period
Chapter 12. Blood Transfusion and Traumatic Shock
Chapter 13. Treatment of respiratory disorders in injuries
Chapter 14. Treatment of acute blood loss in injuries.
Chapter 15. Treatment of acute cardiovascular insufficiency with injuries