Release date: 2007-10-15
Clinical epidemiological analysis of pelvic fractures
Pelvic fractures are mostly male and young; most of them are caused by high-energy trauma, and the incidence of combined injuries is extremely high, which is prone to shock. Strengthening trauma rescue training and safety education to further improve the quality of medical care can reduce the disability rate and mortality of pelvic fractures. Pelvic fracture is a serious trauma, mostly caused by direct violent pelvic compression. More common in traffic accidents and landslides.
The Chinese Journal of Trauma and Orthopaedics published a study in the fourth issue of April. The researchers summarized the clinical data of 223 patients with pelvic fractures who were admitted from June 2001 to November 2006. The gender, age, cause of injury and combined injury were statistically analyzed. Waiting for the situation. To explore the epidemiological characteristics of pelvic fractures in order to improve the prevention and treatment of pelvic fractures and the quality of treatment, and reduce mortality and disability. Researchers from the Department of Trauma and Orthopaedics, Nanfang Hospital, Southern Medical University, showed that 223 patients, 137 males and 86 females, had a male to female ratio of 1.59:1. The age is 3 - 93 years old, and the age of 20 - 39 years old accounts for 57.4%. The main causes of injury were 156 cases (70.0%) of traffic injuries, 48 â€‹â€‹cases (21.15%) of falls from high places, and 11 cases (4.9%) of heavy objects. There were 85 patients admitted directly to the hospital and 138 patients were transferred to hospital. Tile classification: 109 cases of type A, 53 cases of type B, and 61 cases of type C. 89.7% of the patients had other injuries, including long bone fractures of the extremities, lower abdomen and perineal organs, rib fractures and pulmonary contusions, craniocerebral injuries and skull fractures, and spinal injuries were common injuries of pelvic fractures. He was admitted to nearly 20 departments, with 26 cases of shock, 31 cases of pelvic surgery, and 3 cases of death. Therefore, it can be seen that the pelvic fracture is mostly male and young; most of them are caused by high-energy trauma, and the incidence of combined injuries is extremely high, which is prone to shock. Strengthening trauma rescue training and safety education to further improve the quality of medical care can reduce the disability rate and mortality of pelvic fractures. â€”â€”Midi Medical Network
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