Standardization of indicators of severity of damage and the status of victims depending on the duration of care road hospitals in the prehospital and early hospital stages


  • S. E. Guriev
  • R. O. Natsevych
  • K. V. Palahniuk
Keywords: traffic accident, roadside hospital, casualties, Injury Severity Score (ISS), Trauma Score (TS)

Abstract

The article provides data analyzing 316 cases affected with multiple trauma owing to traffic accidents at the pre-hospital and early hospital stages treated in conditions of a roadside hospital. It is found that injure severity owing to traffic accidents since the medical care treated at pre-hospital and early hospital stages in conditions of a roadside hospital in accordance with Injury Severity Score (ISS) amounted to the following rates: 0,6% of casualties received medical treatment over the period of 10 min, up to 20 min - 11,39%, up to 30 min - 21,2%, up to 40 min - 19,3%, up to 50 min - 17,09%, up to 60 min - 10,44%, and more than 60 min - 19,94%. To improve the results of treatment the patients with polysystem injuries owing to traffic accidents at the pre-hospital and early hospital stages in conditions of a roadside hospital it is necessary to use up-to-date treatment technologies as well as the unified treatment protocol schemes and clinical decision-making records.

Published
2017-03-31
How to Cite
Guriev, S. E., Natsevych, R. O., & Palahniuk, K. V. (2017). Standardization of indicators of severity of damage and the status of victims depending on the duration of care road hospitals in the prehospital and early hospital stages. Biomedical and Biosocial Anthropology, (28), 116-120. Retrieved from https://bba-journal.com/index.php/journal/article/view/247