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Wounds, Nonpenetrating

 
 
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Disease relevance of Wounds, Nonpenetrating

  • Fifty patients with physical findings or mechanisms of injury that were suggestive of possible nonpenetrating injury to the heart were studied with serial creatine phosphokinase isoenzyme (CPK/MB), continuous arrhythmia monitoring, and ECGs for at least 72 hours [1].
  • CONCLUSIONS: Prehospital endotracheal intubation was associated with improved survival in patients with blunt injury and scene Glasgow Coma Score of 8 or less, especially those with severe head injury by anatomic criteria [2].
  • All patients had multiple blunt injuries with cardiac contusion documented electrocardiographically, by CPK isoenzyme determinations, and clinically [3].
  • We report a case of thrombosis of the inferior vena cava after blunt injury managed with interventional radiologic techniques [4].
  • This experimental study was done to determine whether circulating TNF plays a major role in the vasomotor collapse seen following experimental hemorrhage and blunt injury [5].
 

High impact information on Wounds, Nonpenetrating

  • Gastroesophageal reflux secondary to blunt injury [6].
  • PATIENTS: Trauma patients with blunt injury and scene Glasgow Coma Score of 8 or less, transported by ground ambulance with advanced life support capabilities from January 1, 1991, to December 31, 1995 [2].
  • Systemic heparin sodium anticoagulation and selected extra-anatomic vein graft bypass of the popliteal area are two additional measures that have contributed to a 91% success rate in treatment of popliteal arterial injuries and five of six blunt injuries were treated successfully in this time period [7].
  • Efficacy and tolerability of escin/diethylamine salicylate combination gels in patients with blunt injuries of the extremities [8].
  • In patients with severe blunt injury, hemoglobin, glucose, blood gas, and lactate measurements occasionally result in morbidity-reducing or resource-conserving management changes [9].
 

Chemical compound and disease context of Wounds, Nonpenetrating

  • We conclude that there is no evidence of oxidant-induced membrane damage manifested by increased plasma levels of CDs or MDA within 2 to 6 hours of blunt injury [10].
  • During eight post-traumatic days, the blood loss and severity of trauma were correlated with the blood levels of lactate, creatinine and catecholamines in 45 patients with multiple blunt injuries [11].
  • In a prospective, controlled study, the effects of large doses of methylprednisolone sodium succinate (MP) were examined in patients subjected to severe blunt injury of the chest [12].
  • This relationship between LP and post-traumatic ischemia is more directly implied from studies showing that pretreatment of cats with high doses of anti-oxidants (e.g., d-alpha tocopherol plus selenium p.o. or 1-ascorbic acid i.v.) can also significantly antagonize the progressive decrease in spinal cord blood flow that follows severe blunt injury [13].
 

Gene context of Wounds, Nonpenetrating

 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Wounds, Nonpenetrating

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