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emergency laparatomic

M Catani, R De Milito, M Chiaretti, G Manili, E Spaziani, A Antoniozzi, M Rengo
From 1992 to November 1999, 225 consecutive cases of acute abdomen were observed: 163 suspicious acute appendicitis, 7 ovarian cysts with suspect torsion, 4 intestinal occlusions, 1 digestive hemorrhage due GIST (Gastro-Intestinal Stromal Tumor), 1 case of hemoperitoneum after laparoscopic appendectomy and 49 cases of acute cholecystitis. In the 225 cases of emergency laparoscopic operations for acute abdomen the diagnostic accuracy has been of 99.5%, with only one case of conversion in to laparotomy for diagnosis...
October 2000: Il Giornale di Chirurgia
G H Engelhardt
Principles of medical action in cases of polytrauma: Immediate concentrated introduction of all measures; simultaneous diagnosis and therapy; ideal management; inspection and palpitation initially adequate; systematic examination from head to foot; choice of a suitable hospital; appropriate scoring. Priority of action (in the hospital): disturbances in vital functions first; puncture/drain valvular pneumothorax and cardiac tamponade; laparatomize intraabdominal bleeding; emergency thoracotomy if severe bleeding persists; laboratory and X-rays; relieve intracranial bleeding; surgery to save vital organs; intensive-care ward...
1991: Langenbecks Archiv Für Chirurgie. Supplement. Kongressband
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