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International Journal of Surgery Science
Vol. 3, Issue 3, Part D (2019)

Study on management of blunt trauma abdomen with special reference to clinical and radiological factors affecting decision making in emergency

Author(s): Dr. Sumit Shukla and Dr. Shahrukh Memon
Abstract: Background: All Blunt Trauma Abdomen with special reference to Clinical and Radiological factors affecting decision making in Emergency of above 14 yr age group by blunt trauma admitted in routine & emergency hours in General Surgery in MGM Medical College & M.Y. Hospital, Indore.
Result: In this study maximum no. of patients were in age group between 26 to 50 (56), followed by 12 to 25 (37) & in 51 to 75 (07), there were 84 males & 16 females in our study. In our study maximum Mode of Trauma were in RTA (73), Assault (16), others (04), fall from Height (03) & Falling blunt object over body (02). Maximum Extra Abdominal Solid Organ Injury were seen in No External Injury (54), followed by facial injury, chest and facial injury, head injury i.e. (02). Maximum Complications were seen in Wound infection (05), Septicemia (03), Bed Sore (03), ARF (03). Management of Blunt Trauma Abdomen highest cases were seen in Liver (57), Spleen (44), Kidney (16) & Pancreases (09).
Conclusion:In Blunt Trauma Abdomen injury there was maximum incidence of liver injury (57), followed by spleen injury (47), followed by renal injury (16) and followed by pancreatic injury cases (09) involved in BAT Blunt Trauma Abdomen organ injury grading & management according to AAST guideline (based on CT finding). In our study we tried to develop the management protocol for patients with clinical examination and findings.
Pages: 190-193  |  28 Views  8 Downloads
How to cite this article:
Dr. Sumit Shukla and Dr. Shahrukh Memon. Study on management of blunt trauma abdomen with special reference to clinical and radiological factors affecting decision making in emergency. 2019; 3(3): 190-193. DOI: https://doi.org/10.33545/surgery.2019.v3.i3d.167