MANAGEMENT OF SOLID ORGAN INJURY

Authors

  • Rajesh Chahil Department of General Surgery, J L N Medical College, Ajmer
  • M.L. Soni Department of General Surgery, J L N Medical College, Ajmer
  • Deepak Jain Department of General Surgery, J L N Medical College, Ajmer
  • Sheetanshu Gupta Department of General Surgery, J L N Medical College, Ajmer

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.32553/ijmbs.v5i10.2240

Keywords:

Blunt trauma, Conservative, Operative

Abstract

Background: Trauma is a manmade health problem of the modern era which has assumed epidemic proportions. To study the management of solid organ injury.

Methods: Observation study was conducted on 50 Patients admitted with blunt abdominal trauma with solid organ injury with Age >16 yrs in J.L.N.Medical College and Associated Group of Hospitals, Ajmer.

Results: 7(14%) of the patients underwent emergency laparotomy because hemodynamic instability.43 (86%) patients were managed nonoperatively initially but later because of hemodynamically instability 3 patients were converted from conservative to operative management

Conclusion: Blunt trauma abdomen is a challenging entity for every surgeon due to its vague presentation, subtle clinical findings in early cases and rapid deterioration in the condition of the patient. In haemodynamically stable patients with low-grade injuries, conservative management can be tried with careful monitoring. The present trend is towards conservative management and avoidance of negative laparotomies

Keywords: Blunt trauma, Conservative, Operative

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Published

2021-10-14

How to Cite

Chahil, R. ., Soni, M. ., Jain, D. ., & Gupta, S. . (2021). MANAGEMENT OF SOLID ORGAN INJURY. International Journal of Medical and Biomedical Studies, 5(10). https://doi.org/10.32553/ijmbs.v5i10.2240

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