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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Wses Position Paper On Vascular Emergency Surgery
Author: Pereira
Bruno Monteiro T.; Chiara
Osvaldo; Ramponi
Fabio; Weber
Dieter G.; Cimbanassi
Stefania; De Simone
Belinda; Musicki
Korana; Meirelles
Guilherme Vieira; Catena
Fausto; Ansaloni
Luca; Coccolini
Federico; Sartelli
Massimo; Di Saverio
Salomone; Bendinelli
Cino; Fraga
Gustavo Pereira
Abstract: Trauma, both blunt and penetrating, is extremely common worldwide, as trauma to major vessels. The management of these patients requires specialized surgical skills and techniques of the trauma surgeon. Furthermore few other surgical emergencies require immediate diagnosis and treatment like a ruptured abdominal aortic aneurysm (rAAA). Mortality of patients with a rAAA reaches 85 %, with more than half dying before reaching the hospital. These are acute events demanding immediate intervention to save life and limb and precluding any attempt at transfer or referral. It is the purpose of this position paper to discuss neck, chest, extremities and abdominal trauma, bringing to light recent evidence based data as well as expert opinions; besides, in this paper we present a review of the recent literature on rAAA and we discuss the rationale for transfer to referral center, the role of preoperative imaging and the pros and cons of Endoluminal repair of rAAA (REVAR) versus Open Repair (OR).
Subject: Abdominal Aortic-aneurysms
Randomized-controlled-trial
Chest Computed-tomography
Single-center Experience
Reliable Screening Tool
Penetrating Neck Trauma
Endovascular Repair
Aortoiliac Aneurysms
Operative Mortality
Vessel Injuries
Country: LONDON
Editor: BIOMED CENTRAL LTD
Rights: aberto
Identifier DOI: 10.1186/s13017-015-0037-2
Address: http://wjes.biomedcentral.com/articles/10.1186/s13017-015-0037-2
Date Issue: 2015
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