DISASTER MEDICINE No. 1(105)•2019
PREVENTIVE ANTISHOCK TREATMENT IN FIRST HOURS AFTER INJURY IN CHILDREN WITH SEVERE THERMAL LESIONS Download the article in pdf format
Lekmanov A.U.1, Azovsky D.K.2, Pilyutik S.F.2
1 Federal State Budgetary Educational Institution of Higher Education «N.I.Pirogov Russian National Research Medical University» of the Ministry of Healthcare of the Russian Federation, Moscow, Russian Federation
2 State Budgetary Health Institution “Children’s City Clinical Hospital №9 named after G.N.Speranskiy” of the Moscow City Health Department, Moscow, Russian Federation
The review of publications and the results of the authors’ study of the main issues of strategy and tactics of intensive therapy in the first hours after injury in children with severe thermal injury are presented.
It is noted that shock is a complex pathophysiological response to thermal damage, but its development can be prevented.
The current problems of infusion therapy, treatment of pain syndrome, evacuation of victims from the scene to the nearest medical institution or a specialized burn center are considered.
Key words: children, first hours after injury, preventive anti-shock therapy, severe thermal damage, shock
For citation: Lekmanov A.U., Azovsky D.K., Pilyutik S.F., (Preventive Antishock Treatment in First Hours after Injury in Children with Severe Thermal Lesions), Disaster Medicine, 2019; 1(105): 28–32 (In Rus.).
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