Periferik damar yaralanmaları

Yavuz, Celal; Nazlı, unus
September 2009
Dicle Medical Journal / Dicle Tip Dergisi;2009, Vol. 36 Issue 3, p161
Academic Journal
Aim: To determine etiology and management in patients with peripheral vascular trauma. Materials and Methods: From 2005 to 2006 with a diagnosis of peripheral artery injury, 69 cases admitted to Diyarbakir State Hospital Department of Cardiovascular surgery. Results: These cases have been respectively reviewed. The causes of injuries were; penetrating injuries in 60 cases (87%), blunt trauma in seven cases (10%) and gunshot injuries in two cases (3%). In 53 cases (74%) upper extremity, in 15 cases (21%) lower extremity was involved. As a surgical procedure, in 34 cases (47%) end-to-end anastomosis, in 28 cases (39%) lateral suture, in five cases (7%) venous graft interposition, in five cases (7%) ligation was performed. Conclusion: Early intervention, transfusion of fluid and blood, systemic anticoagulation, preoperative and postoperative detailed debridement decreased the morbidity and mortality rates.


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