Application Effect of Limited Fluid Resuscitation in Emergency Patients with Multiple Trauma Complicated with Shock

Advanced Emergency Medicine

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Title Application Effect of Limited Fluid Resuscitation in Emergency Patients with Multiple Trauma Complicated with Shock
 
Creator Wang, Biao; Shenzhen University General Hospital
Qiu, Jiancheng; Shenzhen University General Hospital
Lin, Wenhao; Shenzhen University General Hospital
Han, Wei; Shenzhen University General Hospital
 
Subject Limited Fluid Resuscitation; Application in Emergency Treatment; Recovery
 
Description This article explores the methods and effects of limited fluid resuscitation in the treatment of hemorrhagic shock caused by multiple trauma, which is common in clinic. 80 patients with multiple trauma complicated with shock were randomly selected from the emergency department of our hospital and divided into the observation group and the control group, with 40 members in each group. Patients in the observation group were treated with limited fluid resuscitation, while those in the control group were treated with aggressive fluid resuscitation. By comparing the therapeutic effects of the two groups, it is concluded that the therapeutic effect of the observation group is significantly better than that of the control group. Therefore, adopting limited fluid resuscitation in the clinical treatment of patients with multiple trauma complicated with shock can realize faster recovery, as well as protect patients’ coagulation function, effectively reducing complications and mortality. Moreover, it can also reduce the injury of trauma perfusion to the body, ensuring the recovery of patients.
 
Publisher Universe Scientific Publishing Pte. Ltd.
 
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Date 2021-04-30
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion

 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://aem.usp-pl.com/index.php/aem/article/view/183
10.18686/aem.v10i1.183
 
Source Advanced Emergency Medicine; Vol 10, No 1: (In Publishing); 7-10
2315-456X
 
Language eng
 
Relation http://aem.usp-pl.com/index.php/aem/article/view/183/184
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2021 Biao Wang, Jiancheng Qiu, Wenhao Lin, Wei Han
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc/4.0
 

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