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  • Crush syndrome patients after the Marmara earthquake ...

    2003-5-1 · Crush syndrome is a form of traumatic rhabdomyolysis that occurs after prolonged continuous pressure and characterised by systemic involvement. 1 Extensive muscle crush injury culminating in the crush syndrome is often lethal …

  • Amputation causes, types of amputation and amputation ...

    This can be a complication of diabetes, high blood pressure, smoking or kidney failure. Diabetes is the most common reason people need an amputation in the US. People living with diabetes are prone to having foot problems, often because of …

  • JCI

    2021-9-7 · Ym-1 expression was reduced in the sciatic nerve of LysM-Cre MCT1 fl/fl mice 3 and 10 days after crush, and Arg-1 expression was reduced 10 days after crush (Figure 4, G–I, and Supplemental Figure 7B). Many of these cytokines that are altered in mice with macrophage-specific ablation of MCT1 are not only produced by macrophages.

  • Principles of Management of Open Fractures

    East and Central African Journal of Surgery ­ Volume 14 Number 2 – July/August 2009 4 making whether limb salvage or amputation the mangled extremity severity score is used. A score of 7 or above had predictive of for amputation10,11. Subsequent studies by Bosse et …

  • Amputation in crush syndrome: A case report

    2020-1-1 · 1. Introduction. Crush syndrome (CS) is a condition with a high morbidity and mortality due to severe electrolyte disorders, circulatory dysfunction and multiple organ failure, secondary to severe rhabdomyolysis and reperfusion injuries [].Retrospective reviews of natural disasters describe an approximate mortality of 4.3–13.4% [2,3].The lower extremities are the most …

  • Crush injury and crush syndrome | SpringerLink

    Crush injury is caused by continuous prolonged pressure on the limbs. It is found in patients extricated after being trapped for at least 4 hours. The main injury is to the muscles of the limbs. Treatment should be conservative and fasciotomy should be avoided. If fasciotomy is performed, it should be followed by radical debridement of the injured muscle in an attempt to avoid …

  • Human body systems: Overview, anatomy, functions | …

    2021-12-8 · Digestive system - anterior view. The human body is a biological machine made of body systems; groups of organs that work together to produce and sustain life. Sometimes we get lost while studying about cells and molecules and can''t see the forest for the trees. It can be helpful to step back and look at the bigger anatomical picture.

  • Crush Injury, Crush Syndrome, Traumatic Rhabdomyolysis ...

    2021-11-25 · 1. Description of the problem. Crush injury is a direct injury resulting from the crush. Crush Syndrome is the systemic manifestation of muscle cell damage resulting from pressure or …

  • Pediatric Upper Extremity Escalator Entrapment

    2021-9-21 · Crush Syndrome: A Case Report and Review of The literature. The Journal of Emergency Medicine. 2014;46(2):313-319. Solarz MK, Thoder JJ, Rehman S. Management of Major Traumatic Upper Extremity ...

  • Review Article Management of Major Limb Injuries

    2019-7-31 · digits, or a limb through the forearm, wrist, or palm. Ampu-tations through the elbow and proximal arm should only be replanted if the part is a sharp amputation or has minimal crush injury. Single digits distal to the insertion of the exor digitorum profundus tendon in the middle phalanx may be replanted in appropriate patients. A child with ...

  • Quality of life, body image and self-esteem in patients ...

    2021-6-15 · Amputation represents a drastic impact on the patient''s body and perception. This cross-sectional study aims to analyse the aesthetic concern represented by body image, self-esteem and quality ...

  • The use of a detailed video-based locomotor pattern ...

    The locomotor pattern of the hind limb was recorded biweekly on a special runway equipped with high resolution and high speed digital cameras producing both lateral and rear views simultaneously. All together 12 parameters of the hind limb movement pattern were evaluated by measuring specific joint angles, footprints and gait parameters in ...

  • A case report on a IV-degree thermal crush injury of right ...

    Severe IV-degree thermal crush injury of limbs involved the subcutaneous fascia, muscle and bone, which may lead to amputation and has a great impact on the patient''s quality of life. We can repair wounds with pedicle flaps or even free flaps, However, there are …

  • Crush Injury and Crush Syndrome: A Review : Journal of ...

    2021-9-7 · Crush injuries and the subsequent systemic manifestations are well described, but there is limited evidence on which to base protocols for optimal management. Given that in most environments such in-juries are relatively rare, there is, however, an …

  • Successful salvage of the upper limb after crush injury ...

    2015-3-1 · Europe PMC is an archive of life sciences journal literature. Emergency treatment of amputation is one of the most frequently used therapeutic methods for patients with severe upper limb crush injury with a mangled extremity severity score (MESS) of more than 7.

  • Ancient human relative walked like a human but climbed ...

    2021-11-24 · (CNN) — An ancient human relative was able to walk the ground on two legs and use their upper limbs to climb and swing like apes, according to a new study of 2 million-year-old vertebrae fossils.

  • 2018-7-1 · Journal of Tianjin University, 2008, 41 (3): 261–266. (in Chinese) [60] LI J F, ZHANG Z, TAO C, et al. Structure design of lower limb exoskeletons for gait training[J]. Chinese Journal of Mechanical Engineering, 2015, 28 (5): 878–887. DOI:10.3901/CJME

  • A Comparison of Four-Year Health ...

    2017-1-25 · The limb salvage group consisted of patients who met limb salvage injury criteria and who had limb salvage scores of 5 or greater. For 91% of records reviewed (181 of 200), the surgeon''s identification of the presence or absence of objective injury criteria in the casualty records agreed with his limb salvage scores.

  • How to Treat an Amputation | EMS1

    2020-8-7 · Practical use of emergency tourniquets to stop bleeding in major limb trauma. The Journal of Trauma: Injury, Infection, and Critical Care, 64(Supplement), S38-S50. doi: 10.1097/TA.0b013e31816086b1. 4.

  • Dog-sized scorpion terrorized the seafloor some 400 ...

    2021-10-30 · Scientists found fossil remains of just such a creature from over 400 million years ago on China''s seafloor. Dubbed Terropterus xiushanensis, the giant swimming beast is …

  • PREHOSPITAL CARE Prehospital management of lower …

    2021-12-19 · (most limb fractures) fluid resuscitation is designed to restore normal physiological parameters: pulse and blood pressure. However, in the presence of non-compressible and non-controllable bleeding (some limb fractures) or major bleeding elsewhere (pelvis, chest, abdomen, and reteroperi-toneal bleeding), the object of resuscitation should be to

  • A Human Active Lower Limb Model for Chinese Pedestrian ...

    2021-8-3 · A subsystem impactor test for pedestrian lower limb injury evaluation has been brought in China New Car Assessment Protocol (CNCAP). Concerning large anthropometric differences of the people from different countries, the present study aims to establish and validate a finite element lower limb model representing 50 th Chinese male size for pedestrian safety …

  • Free Flap Transfer with Arteriovenous Loop Establishment ...

    2018-11-28 · Literature about using AV loops in the upper limb defect is scarce. We present a case with a devastating upper limb crush injury that was successfully managed with fibula flap transfer preceded by AV loop construction. A 38-year-old woman was admitted to our hospital with severe crushing trauma to her right forearm and hand.

  • Epidemiological Trends of Lower Limb Amputation in ...

    2021-3-12 · International Multispecialty Journal of Health (IMJH) ISSN: [2395-6291] [Vol-7, Issue-2, February- 2021] Page | 11 Epidemiological Trends of Lower Limb Amputation in Artificial Limb Centre Dr. (Lt Col) Sonu Singh MBBS, MD Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation

  • The R.I.C.E Protocol is a MYTH: A ...

    2020-10-30 · Authors: Domenic Scialoia & Adam J. Swartzendruber Corresponding Author:Domenic ScialoiaSaint Joseph''s College of Maine278 Whites Bridge Road Standish, ME 04084Email: [email protected] Phone: 617-922-0309 Domenic Scialoia is a recent graduate of Saint Joseph''s College of Maine, where he obtained a Bachelor of Science in …

  • Management of Major Limb Injuries

    Management of major limb injuries is a daunting challenge, especially as many of these patients have severe associated injuries. In trying to save life, often the limb is saced. The existing guidelines on managing such trauma are often confusing. There is scope to lay down such protocols along with the need for urgent transfer of such patients to a multispecialty center …

  • Outcomes Following Severe Distal Tibial, Ankle, and/or …

    Methods: This multicenter prospective observational study included patients 18 to 60 years of age in whom a Type-III pilon or IIIB or C ankle fracture, a Type-III talar or calcaneal fracture, or an open or closed blast/crush foot injury had been treated with limb salvage (n = 488) or amputation (n = 151) and followed for 18 months. The primary ...

  • Evaluation and Treatment of Vascular Injury

    2018-6-7 · vascular injury is associated with decreased risk of adverse limb outcomes: A review of the National Trauma Data Bank. Injury 2012;43:1486-1491 4. Fowler J, Macintyre N, Rehman S, Gaughan JP, Leslie S. The importance of surgical sequence in the treatment of lower extrmeit y injuries with concomitant vascular injury: A meta- analysis.

  • Mangled Extremity Severity Score

    2014-7-25 · Mangled Extremity Severity Score - is it really useful in assessing limb salvage following open and crush injuries in the lower extremity? Thomas Kurien Bhanu 1 International Journal of Emergency Medicine volume 7, Article number: P6 (2014) Cite this article

  • Crush Injuries and the Crush Syndrome

    2011-7-21 · Historical perspective. World War II became a watershed in the study of crush injuries with the path breaking paper in 1941, wherein Bywaters and Beall described crush syndrome as a phenomenon that occurs in some survivors of crush injuries [].Mubarak et al identified a spectrum of disorders from compartment syndrome to crush syndrome [], Haemodialysis as a primary …

  • Contaminated open fracture and crush injury: a murine ...

    2015-1-27 · In summary, the rat model described herein combined fracture, crush injury and infection with MRSA and ABC, resulting in greater limb perfusion but less bone vascularity in injured limbs than in ...

  • Acute Compartment Syndrome of the Lower Leg: A Review

    Introduction. Acute compartment syndrome (ACS) of the lower leg is a limb-threatening condition and a surgical emergency. Lower leg ACS is a condition in which increased pressure within a muscle compartment surrounded by a closed fascial space leads to a decline in tissue perfusion and compromises motor and sensory function. 1-3 In addition to muscle, key structures within …

  • Life | Free Full-Text | High-Grade Limbs Open Fractures ...

    (1) Background: The Gustilo–Anderson (G/A) grading system is a universally accepted tool used to classify high-grade limb open fractures. The purpose of this study is to find early independent predictors of amputation in emergency settings. (2) Methods: A retrospective analysis involving patients treated at our center between 2010 and 2016 was conducted. Patients with at least …

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