sábado, 9 de agosto de 2014

Reanimación en control de daños. Historia, teoría y técnica

 Reanimación en control de daños. Historia, teoría y técnica
Damage control resuscitation: history, theory and technique.
Ball CG.
Can J Surg. 2014 Feb;57(1):55-60.
Abstract
Damage control resuscitation (DCR) represents the natural evolution of the initial concept of damage control surgery. It currently includes early blood product transfusion, immediate arrest and/or temporization of ongoing hemorrhage (i.e., temporary intravascular shunts and/or balloon tamponade) as well as restoration of blood volume and physiologic/hematologic stability. As a result, DCR addresses the early coagulopathy of trauma, avoids massive crystalloid resuscitation and leaves the peritoneal cavity open when a patient approaches physiologic exhaustion without improvement. This concept also applies to severe injuries within anatomical transition zones as well as extremities. This review will discuss each of these concepts in detail. 

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Anestesiología y Medicina del Dolor
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