SESSION TITLE: Thoracic Surgery Posters
SESSION TYPE: Poster Presentations
PRESENTED ON: Saturday, March 22, 2014 at 01:15 PM - 02:15 PM
PURPOSE: To minimize the risk of therapeutic and diagnostic actions
METHODS: The use of new technologies based on the principles of evidence-based medicine. Endovideothoracoscopic research manipulation: stop bleeding, the elimination of the pneumothorax. Radiographic (X-ray digital), computer tomography.
RESULTS: Reduction of complications of injuries and diseases of the chest, disability and mortality due to accidents and spontaneous pneumothorax; -reducing the number of deaths due to polytrauma coordinated action of different services, those engaged in the provision of medical care, transportation of victims according to standards developed by the organization of trauma and thoracic surgical care; - Improvement of the organization and improving the quality of diagnosis, treatment of patients with injuries of the chest and in the spontaneous pneumothorax.
CONCLUSIONS: The following clinical protocol for diagnosis and treatment of post-traumatic and spontaneous pneumothorax results in a reduction in the number of complications of injuries and diseases of the chest, disability and mortality due to accidents and spontaneous pneumothorax;
CLINICAL IMPLICATIONS: the development and implementation of the clinical protocol for the diagnosis and treatment of post-traumatic and spontaneous pneumothorax with high evidence base (level. I A and II, B), the introduction of the "gold standard" in the pre-hospital level possible to help the victims in accordance with international standards, reducing the number of disability, morbidity and mortality in complex injuries of the chest and spontaneous pneumothorax.
DISCLOSURE: The following authors have nothing to disclose: Kulsara Rustemova
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