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Injury wound nutrition

Fei Chang, Dasheng Cheng, Mingyuan Qian, Wei Lu, Huatao Li, Hongtai Tang, Zhaofan Xia
BACKGROUND As patients with thoracic duct injuries often suffer from severe local soft tissue defects, integrated surgical treatment is needed to achieve damage repair and wound closure. However, thoracic duct chylous fistula is rare in burn patients, although it typically involves severe soft tissue damage in the neck or chest. CASE REPORT A 32-year-old male patient fell after accidentally contacting an electric current (380 V) and knocked over a barrel of sulfuric acid. The sulfuric acid continuously poured onto his left neck and chest, causing combined electrical and sulfuric acid burn injuries to his anterior and posterior torso, and various parts of his limbs (25% of his total body surface area)...
October 11, 2016: American Journal of Case Reports
Krishnaraj Mahendraraj, Diane M Durgan, Ronald S Chamberlain
BACKGROUND: Although burn patients with preexisting mood disorders have been shown to have diminished clinical recovery, acute mental disorders (AMD) are often unrecognized despite a link with post-traumatic stress disorder and social maladjustment later on. This study assessed the clinical profile of a large cohort of burn patients who developed AMD compared to those with chronic mental illness (CMI) and those without mental health problems to assess the impact of AMI on burn outcomes...
August 28, 2016: Burns: Journal of the International Society for Burn Injuries
Joseph A Molnar, Lucian G Vlad, Tuna Gumus
There is increasing awareness that chronic wound healing is very dependent on the patient's nutritional status, but there are no clearly established and accepted assessment protocols or interventions in clinical practice. Much of the data used as guidelines for chronic wound patients are extrapolated from acutely wounded trauma patients, but the 2 groups are very different patient populations. While most trauma patients are young, healthy, and well-nourished before injury, the chronic wound patient is usually old, with comorbidities and frequently malnourished...
September 2016: Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
Liang Liu, Julie Moody, Angela Gall
Pressure ulcers (PrUs) are among the most common secondary complications following spinal cord injury (SCI). External electrical current applied to a wound is believed to mimic the body's natural bioelectricity and to restart and stimulate endogenous electrical fields to promote wound healing. A systematic review was conducted to critically appraise and synthesize updated evidence on the impact of electrical stimulation (ES) versus standard wound care (comprising cleansing, dressing, nutrition, and debridement as necessary) and/or sham stimulation on PrU healing rates in persons with SCIs...
July 2016: Ostomy/wound Management
Desiree Gregg, Lynn Hiller, Peter Fabri
Necrotizing soft tissue injury (NSTI) is rare with an impressively difficult and dangerous clinical course. While the importance of nutrition as part of the treatment plan for NSTI is recognized as essential to recovery, specific recommendations have not been elucidated. A review of the evidence-based guidelines and published research to accomplish wound healing is presented. The nutrition considerations in the setting of organ failure are also discussed. This article outlines a complicated case of a septic, malnourished man with Fournier's gangrene and acute kidney injury...
June 13, 2016: Nutrition in Clinical Practice
Alethea Tan, Sarah Smailes, Thessa Friebel, Ashish Magdum, Quentin Frew, Naguib El-Muttardi, Peter Dziewulski
Burn survival has improved with advancements in fluid resuscitation, surgical wound management, wound dressings, access to antibiotics and nutritional support for burn patients. Despite these advancements, the presence of smoke inhalation injury in addition to a cutaneous burn still significantly increases morbidity and mortality. The pathophysiology of smoke inhalation has been well studied in animal models. Translation of this knowledge into effectiveness of clinical management and correlation with patient outcomes including the paediatric population, is still limited...
August 2016: Burns: Journal of the International Society for Burn Injuries
Miguel Antonio Salazar, Arturo Pesigan, Ronald Law, Volker Winkler
BACKGROUND: In 2011, the Health Emergency Management Bureau (HEMB) created the Surveillance for Post Extreme Emergencies and Disasters (SPEED), a real-time syndromic surveillance system that allows the early detection and monitoring of post-disaster disease trends. SPEED can assist health leaders in making informed decisions on health systems affected by disasters. There is a need for further validation of current concepts in post-disaster disease patterns in respect to actual field data...
2016: Global Health Action
Kun-Yong Sung, Sang-Yeul Lee
INTRODUCTION: Neonatal extravasation injuries are often associated with peripheral parenteral nutrition. Several treatment modalities have been developed and used for managing these injuries with variable results. However, there is a lack of consensus regarding the management of neonatal extravasation injuries. The aim of this paper is to introduce a new nonoperative method for the treatment of neonatal extravasation injuries associated with parenteral nutrition. METHODS: The authors made multiple punctures on the extravasated wound using a No...
May 2016: Wounds: a Compendium of Clinical Research and Practice
Claudine Bessette, Bérengère Benoit, Soraya Sekkal, Jérémie Bruno, Monique Estienne, Joelle Léonil, Laurent Ferrier, Vassilia Théodorou, Pascale Plaisancié
SCOPE: β-casofensin, also known as peptide β-CN(94-123), is a milk bioactive peptide that modulates the intestinal barrier through its action on goblet cells. Here, we evaluated whether oral administration of β-casofensin can prevent indomethacin-induced injury of the jejunum in rats. METHODS AND RESULTS: Rats received β-casofensin (0.01-100 μM) or tap water by daily gavage (4 μL/g) for eight days, then two subcutaneous injections of indomethacin (10 mg/kg, days 9 and 10) and were euthanized on day 12...
April 2016: Molecular Nutrition & Food Research
Yi-Nan Guo, Hui Li, Pi-Hong Zhang
OBJECTIVE: To evaluate the safety and effectiveness of early versus late enteral nutrition support in patients with severe thermal injuries. METHODS: The PubMed, Ovid, Cochrane Library, Elsevier Science, ProQuest, and Springer databases were searched for randomized trials that compared the application of early enteral nutrition (EEN) to late enteral nutrition (LEN). RESULTS: Six trials with 265 patients were analyzed. EEN did not significantly affect the mortality rate (RR=0...
December 18, 2015: Burns: Journal of the International Society for Burn Injuries
Huee Jin Park, Kyung Hoon Kim, Hyuk Jin Lee, Eui Cheol Jeong, Kee Won Kim, Dong In Suh
Compartment syndrome is a rare but devastating condition that can result in permanent neuromuscular or soft tissue injuries. Extravasation injuries, among the iatrogenic causes of compartment syndrome, occur under a wide variety of circumstances in the inpatient setting. Total parenteral nutrition via a peripheral route is an effective alternative for the management of critically ill children who do not obtain adequate nutrition via the oral route. However, there is an inherent risk of extravasation, which can cause compartment syndrome, especially when detected at a later stage...
November 2015: Korean Journal of Pediatrics
Kevin D Tipton
Nutrition is one method to counter the negative impact of an exercise-induced injury. Deficiencies of energy, protein and other nutrients should be avoided. Claims for the effectiveness of many other nutrients following injuries are rampant, but the evidence is equivocal. The results of an exercise-induced injury may vary widely depending on the nature of the injury and severity. Injuries typically result in cessation, or at least a reduction, in participation in sport and decreased physical activity. Limb immobility may be necessary with some injuries, contributing to reduced activity and training...
November 2015: Sports Medicine
A M Kovalenko
The analysis of the treatment results of burn victims septicotoxemia of 120 injured persons in the area of thermal lesions 40-70% of the body surface. The dynamics of the clinical course of burn disease influenced by nutritional support with solutions of amino acids (AA) Aminosol and Aminosol-neo. Patients performed enteral, parenteral and mixed food. Parenteral nutrition improves the quality and results of treatment in stage burn septicotoxemia, contributes to an earlier elimination syndrome hipermetabolizm-hiperkatabolizm and readiness wounds to the plastic skin renewal and better engraftment of transplanted grafts of skin, reducing the frequency of complications and duration of hospitalization...
June 2015: Klinichna Khirurhiia
Shuo Li, Helong Zhang, Dawei Zhao, Fengsheng Liu, Shuhong Wang, Fei Zhao
OBJECTIVE: To assess the safety, feasibility, and effectiveness of medical calcium sulfate (OsteoSet) mixed with powder for injection of rifampicin after radical debridement in the treatment of sacroiliac joint tuberculosis. METHODS: A retrospective analysis was made on the clinical data from 27 patients with sacroiliac joint tuberculosis who underwent debridement surgery and local bone graft of OsteoSet artificial bone impregnated with powder for injection of rifampicin between August 2006 and August 2010...
April 2015: Chinese Journal of Reparative and Reconstructive Surgery
Ning Ning, Juan Lü, Lingxiao He, Yaqin Wang, Dengbin Liao, Jiali Chen
OBJECTIVE: To analyze the risk factors of acute wound infection in orthopedic patients. METHODS: A retrospective analysis was made on the clinical data of 576 orthopedic patients in accordance with the inclusion criteria between July and October 2012. There were 345 males and 231 females, aged 18-95 years (mean, 44 years). Single factor analysis was used for related factors, and logistic regression analysis of multi-factors for risk factors of acute wound infection...
June 2014: Chinese Journal of Reparative and Reconstructive Surgery
Nikolaos Kostogloudis, Efterpi Demiri, Antonios Tsimponis, Dimitrios Dionyssiou, Sotirios Ioannidis, Ilias Chatziioannidis, Nikolaos Nikolaidis
INTRODUCTION: Extravasation injuries are a common and challenging problem in hospitalized newborns. Accidental infusion leakage into the surrounding tissues in immature infants may frequently result in skin necrosis, with significant risk of functional and cosmetic impairment. MATERIAL AND METHODS: In the present study we reviewed 34 cases of severe extravasation injuries occurring in 1,409 neonates hospitalized in a single neonatal unit over 24 months (incidence 2...
November 2015: Pediatric Dermatology
Gwendolyn D Mulholland
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January 2015: Medsurg Nursing: Official Journal of the Academy of Medical-Surgical Nurses
Shu-Fen Lo
Major burn injury is one of the most serious and often life-threatening forms of trauma. Burn patients not only suffer from the physical, psychological, social and spiritual impacts of their injury but also experience considerable changes in health-related quality of life. This paper presents a review of the literature on the implications of previous research and clinical care guidelines related to major burn injuries in order to help clinical practice nurses use evidence-based care guidelines to respond to initial injury assessments, better manage the complex systemic response to these injuries, and provide specialist wound care, emotional support, and rehabilitation services...
August 2015: Hu Li za Zhi the Journal of Nursing
Soman Sen, Tina Palmieri, David Greenhalgh
Management of burn injuries requires treatments and interventions from many disciplines. Worldwide, burn patients suffer from physical and psychological challenges that impact their lives socially and economically. In this review, we will highlight a handful of the numerous articles published in multiple areas of burn care. The areas of burn care addressed in the article are: epidemiology; burn resuscitation, critical care, and infection; nutrition and metabolism; pain and rehabilitation; prevention and firefighter safety; psychology; and reconstruction and wounds...
November 2015: Journal of Burn Care & Research: Official Publication of the American Burn Association
Thierry M Work, George H Balazs, Tammy M Summers, Jessy R Hapdei, Alden P Tagarino
Fibropapillomatosis (FP) comprises a majority of green turtle stranding in Hawaii; however, green turtles in the Pacific are also susceptible to non-FP related causes of death. We present here necropsy findings from 230 free-ranging green turtles originating from Hawaii, the Mariana archipelago, Palmyra Atoll, American Samoa, and Johnston Atoll that died from non-FP related causes. Most turtles died from fishing-induced or boat strike trauma followed by infectious/inflammatory diseases, nutritional problems (mainly cachexia), and an array of physiologic problems...
July 23, 2015: Diseases of Aquatic Organisms
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