By C. Lipp, R. Dhaliwal, E. Lang (auth.), Jean-Louis Vincent Prof. (eds.)

ISBN-10: 3642351085

ISBN-13: 9783642351082

ISBN-10: 3642351093

ISBN-13: 9783642351099

The Yearbook compiles the latest advancements in experimental andclinical study and perform in a single finished reference publication. Thechapters are written by means of good famous specialists within the box of extensive care and emergency drugs. it's addressed to every person considering inner medication, anesthesia, surgical procedure, pediatrics, in depth care and emergency medicine.​

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They are usually developed by multidisciplinary teams, involving (obstetric) surgeons, anesthetists, hematologists, blood bank and transportation staff, so that they are locally feasible. However, it must be kept in mind that PPH occurs in a setting where resuscitation can be initiated from the moment of the diagnosis, in contrast to trauma victims, who may reach the emergency room already severely exsanguinated and having undergone prolonged resuscitation with crystalloids or colloids. This event is, however, exactly what must and can be avoided in PPH [58], and concerns about overtriage to mass transfusion protocols have been raised [59].

Nichols cally amplified. Not only could these circumstantial factors precipitate or exacerbate an underlying problem, but they can also generate a new illness or injury in an otherwise healthy individual, or they may also delay time-dependent emergency care. In fact, in most cases, it is the nature of the gathering that will likely increase the risk and precipitate acute illness or injury [8–10]. There are numerous factors that can affect human health, most notably environmental issues (heat, cold, humidity, sunlight, weather, geography, insects), amplified by long waits and lengthy exposure under those conditions [8–10].

One key factor in mass transfusion protocols is the fixed ratio of blood products given, with the aim of avoiding a delay in hemostatic resuscitation while waiting to receive laboratory results. Another factor is that such mass transfusion protocols are tailored to the local circumstances and resources. They are usually developed by multidisciplinary teams, involving (obstetric) surgeons, anesthetists, hematologists, blood bank and transportation staff, so that they are locally feasible. However, it must be kept in mind that PPH occurs in a setting where resuscitation can be initiated from the moment of the diagnosis, in contrast to trauma victims, who may reach the emergency room already severely exsanguinated and having undergone prolonged resuscitation with crystalloids or colloids.

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