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Gunshot liver - balloon tamponade

Gunshot liver - balloon tamponade

Jack Sava, Washington Hospital Center, Washington, D.C.


Staple closure of the colon in damage control surgery

Damage control for colon injury

Haim Paran, Kfar-Sava, Israel


Tape ligation of colon injury - damage control surgery

Tape ligation of colon injury during damage control surgery

Haim Paran, Kfar-Sava, Israel


Right medial visceral rotation. IVC Injury.

Right medial visceral rotation for IVC injury

Luis Pinheiro. Viseu, Portugal


Towel clip closure of the abdomen

Towel-clip closure of the abdomen

MaurĂ­cio Mentz, Eduardo Jorgens, Jorge Carlotto, Hospital da Cidade, Passo Fundo, Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil


Through & thourgh liver injury with foley catheter balloon control

Foley catheter tamponade of gunshot liver

Carlos Zavaleta, Hospital Nacional de Soyapango, San Salvador, El Salvador


Balloon tamponade of liver laceration

Balloon tamponade of gunshot liver injury

Jorge Carlotto, Passo Fundo, Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil


Liver injury with foley catheter balloon control.  Foley in place - biliary fistula

Foley catheter controlling biliary fistula

Carlos Zavaleta, Hospital Nacional de Soyapango, San Salvador, El Salvador


Biliary fistula from gunshot wound to liver

Biliary fistula from liver gunshot wound

Carlos Zavaleta, Hospital Nacional de Soyapango, San Salvador, El Salvador


Alloderm laparostomy closure 01

Laparostomy

Juan C Duchesne MD Director of SICU, Tulane New Orleans


Alloderm laparostomy closure 02

Skin relaxation

Juan C DUchesne MD Director of SICU, Tulane New Orleans


Alloderm laparostomy closure 03

Alloderm Placement, Tension free

Juan C Duchesne MD Director SICU, Tulane New Orleans


Alloderm laparostomy closure 04

Completion of laparostomy repair

Juan C DUchesne MD, Director SICU, Tulane New Orleans


Low cost ‘Open Abdomen’ dressing

Cost effective open abdominal dressing

Dr D Allard, trauma surgeon, GF Jooste, Manenberg, Cape Town


Damage control bowel ties

Tied off bowel using swab tape

Dr D Allard, trauma surgeon, GF Jooste hospital, Cape Town, South Africa


Large Abdominal laceration by a sharp weapon

Large abdominal lacerations are amenable to open abdomen management and low cost dressings

Dr D Allard, Trauma Surgeon, GF Jooste hospital, Cape Town, South Africa


Articles

Damage Control Surgery

Karim Brohi, London, UK, June 01, 2000

Damage control surgery is one of the major advances in surgical technique in the past 20 years.  Multiple trauma patients are more likely to die from their intra-operative metabolic failure that from a failure to complete operative repairs. Patients with major exsanguinating injuries will not survive complex procedures. The operating team must undergo a shift in their mindset if the patient is to survive such devastating injuries.

Injury to the Colon and Rectum

, July 08, 2003

Introduction

The colon is the second most commonly injured organ in penetrating trauma, but injury is rare in blunt trauma (2-5%). However rectal injuries are more common in blunt trauma,…

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