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Updated concepts on the pathophysiology and the clinical management of trauma hemorrhage and coagulopathy.

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Published:31st May 2017
Author: Maegele M, Gu ZT, Huang QB, Yang H.
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Ref.:Chin J Traumatol. 2017;20(3):125-132.
Uncontrolled hemorrhage and subsequent trauma-induced coagulopathy (TIC) are still the principle causes for preventable death after trauma and early detection and aggressive management have been associated with reduced mortality. Despite increasing knowledge about trauma resuscitation, best practice to treat this newly defined entity is still under debate. A synopsis of best current knowledge with reference to the updated European trauma guideline on the management of severe trauma hemorrhage and TIC is presented. The implementation of evidence-based local protocols and algorithms including clinical quality and safety management systems together with parameters to assess key measures of bleeding control and outcome is advocated.

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