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DATE

2017-02-28

AUTHORS

A. Gather, H. Keil, C. Wölfl

ABSTRACT

BackgroundUncontrollable bleeding is – beside severe traumatic brain injury – one of the most common causes of death in severely injured patients. In over 30% of cases, limb injuries are responsible. Decisive when using a medical device is the knowledge about its function and handling.ResultsThe tourniquet provides an option to temporarily stop of the bleeding during severe hemorrhage, when other common measures are not adequate. The pelvic sling should always be applied in case of an appropriate accident mechanism, pain in the pelvic area, or bruises during hemodynamic instability. It should be positioned at the level of the greater trochanter. The wound clamp finds its use in case of unstoppable bleeding on the head and trunk. In this case, the blood flow remains distal to the wound.ConclusionIn conclusion, there are different medical products which can achieve adequate blood control, when used for the right injury. More... »

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127-131

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10049-017-0277-7

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