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29 OCT 12 | Un problema sanitario importante
Tratamiento precoz del traumatismo craneoencefálico grave
En este trabajo se muestran los conocimientos actuales y sus limitaciones, las innovaciones en la investigación y sus consecuencias médicas. Los autores creen que habrá más progresos en el campo del traumatismo craneoencefálico grave en la próxima década.

Dres. Rosenfeld JV, Maas AI, Bragge P, Morganti-Kossmann MC
Lancet 2012; 380: 1088–98.
 
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Dr. Ruben Escarraman Alonso   hace 1 año
El estudio esta bien realizado, pero en concreto solo hable de posibles manejos y de estudios que se estan realizando como posibles manejos y de sus dosis y resultados NADA, asi que este si deja mucho que desear como tal, asi es como en lo personal lo veo

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Dr. Juan Emilio Moraga Mercado   hace 1 año
Una y otra vez mas sus aportes al actuar medico continuo es invaluable, el cuerpo del estudio es tan concluyente que es la misma historia medica que se da en Nicaragua como en otro pais de Latinoamerica, en Managua la capital de Nic y en el hospital de la Policia Nacional del ministerio de Gobernacion, todos los dias nos llegan a emergencia pacientes con trauma craneal. El proximo año se construira el nuevo hospital de la PN, por tanto el estudio de este tema nos hace reflexionar en la atencion medica al trauma craneal y prepararnos a los nuevos deafios con mas y mejores tecnologias. Mi agradecimiento pòr su apoyo. atte JE Moraga.

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Dr. Pedro Marcelo Bianchi Donaire   hace 1 año
Dr. Pedro M. Bianchi Donaire- Cirujano Cardiovascular-R. Argentina.
Considero conveniente en estos casos de traumatismo craneano de todo tipo efectuar la oximetría carótido yugular, determinando dos factores principales : la diferencia carótido yugular de la PO2% que mide la difusión del O2 hacia el cerebro acorde con las necesidades metabólicas del mismo ( acorde con la masa celular de neuronas funcionantes) y la diferencia de la Desaturación entre la carótida y la yugular es decir, la cantidad de volúmenes % de O2 que le faltan a la yugular interna para tener la saturación de la carótida interna, es decir una medida del consumo de volúmenes de O2 acorde con la masa neuronal funcionante.-Es un informe valioso sobre la masa de neuronas funcionantes, que permite suponer un pronóstico evolutivo.-
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