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Operations in "Damage Control" System - common in extreme conditions

HÁJEK, M., DOBEŠ, D. Operations in "Damage Control" System - common in extreme conditions. European Surgery, 2016, roč. 48, č. 48, s. 190-192. ISSN: 1682-8631
Jazyk publikace: eng
Anglický název: Operations in "Damage Control" System - common in extreme conditions
Rok vydání: 2016
Autoři: MUDr. et Bc. Marcel Hájek PhD. , MUDr. Daniel Dobeš Ph.D.
Abstrakt EN: Patient is primarily loaded by trauma load after Indry, next by three determinants. The first determinant is seriousness of injury – first hit. This on is uninfluenced by surgeon. The second one is patients individual response to the first hit – influenced by correct advance in primary care in place of incident, in quickness of transportation and right care during it and in prae-hospital management. In hospital next by life saving procedures. Damage Control tries to minimalize third determinant – loading of patient, caused by surgical care – surgical load. It means the additional loading for patient and gets on seriousness of the injury itself – second hit. Damage Control surgery management is able to minimalize the second hit exactly and thus to give a chance for solution of patients individual biological response. It means reduction of surgical load of polytraumatized patient and adaption of surgical load to his biological reserves.
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