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Præhospital behandling af svært tilskadekomne patienter med fokus på damage control-kirurgi

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Anne Marie Sørensen, Claus Falck Larsen & Jacob Steinmetz TraumeCenter og Akut Modtagelse, Rigshospitalet
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Ugeskr Læger 2011;173(18):1264-1267
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1264-1267
Summary Prehospital treatment of severely injured patients Ugeskr Læger 2011;173(18):1264-1267 The majority of patients undergoing damage control surgery initially receive prehospital treatment. Bleeding causes 40% of trauma deaths, half of which happen in the prehospital setting. Future research and improved treatment before hospital admission should focus on control of the bleeding, avoidance of hypothermia, minimising the time to definitive surgery, and a restrictive and goal directed therapy with regard to the intake of fluids. On occasion, lifesaving procedures could be performed during transport to the hospital.
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