Hemotórax Masivo. – Tórax Inestable. – Taponamiento Cardiaco. Feliciano DV, Mattox KL et al. Trauma. 6th edition. McGraw Hill; Trauma. Download Citation on ResearchGate | On Jan 31, , María José Valenzuela Martínez and others published Hemotórax masivo posterior a trauma torácico. Se describe el caso de un paciente de 55 anos afecto de un tromboembolismo pulmonar que desarrollo un hemotorax masivo mientras estaba sometido a.

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On the hospital ward, his condition continued to improve and the patient was discharged on the 4th day after surgery with normalised parameters. The patient reported no cranial trauma or injuries to other areas. It can be almost impossible to differentiate a hemothorax from other causes of pleural effusions. Log in Sign up. Articles Cases Courses Quiz.

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Initial management involves hemotrax substitution of blood loss and decompression of the thoracic cavity using a chest drain. There is also the possibility of accepting book reviews of recent publications related to General and Digestive Surgery. Mil Med,pp. Influence of Simultaneous Liver and Peritoneal Resection on Diaphragm laceration with active haemorrhage after evacuating the haemothorax.


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There were also no abdominal findings of interest. Unable to process the form. Rapid assessment of the patient’s clinical situation is necessary, along with meticulous observation of chest radiographs. Late clotted haemothorax after blunt chest trauma. J Accid Emerg Med. Case 9 Case 9. Diaphragm laceration with active haemorrhage after evacuating the haemothorax.

Cases of massive, late-onset and sudden haemothorax described in the literature are always associated with displaced lower rib fractures.

Synonyms or Alternate Spellings: This situation, together with the accompanying hypovolemic shock, is life-threatening. Case Report A year-old male was treated in the Emergency Department due to thoracic pain and dyspnoea after thoracoabdominal trauma that occurred when getting out of the bathtub.

Emergency ultrasound in the acute assessment of haemothorax. It also enabled us to explore the entire chest cavity, parenchyma and hilum in order to rule out any concomitant injuries. It is essential to always monitor early signs of hypovolemic shock and maintain a high index of suspicion. In general management options include:. Chest radiographic appearance of a large hemothorax may be similar to that of pleural effusion.


SJR uses a similar algorithm as the Google page rank; it provides a quantitative and qualitative measure of the journal’s impact. Chest radiography in thoracic polytrauma. Cardiorespiratory auscultation was normal with audible vesicular murmur. Massive haemothorax involves the sudden accumulation of more than cc of blood or one-third the patient’s blood volume in the thoracic cavity. The 7th had splintered edges, with one of the edges aimed towards the diaphragm and laceration of its corresponding dome measuring 4 cm, which was bleeding profusely Fig.

We conclude that, in patients with multiple trauma injuries and displaced lower rib fractures, 7 undetected diaphragm injuries can result in massive haemothorax, especially when the patient starts to move and the pain is disguised by the fractured rib pain.

SNIP measures contextual citation impact by wighting citations based on the total number of citations in a subject field. There were also no abdominal findings of interest.

Case 8 Case 8. Multidetector CT of blunt thoracic trauma. This item has received.