Therapeutic kit and procedures for fluid resuscitation in disasters
In disasters, various factors influence morbidity and mortality rates. Key elements are the speed with which the disaster area is reached, the quantity and quality of the professional and material resources available, and the time delay before burned and/or polytraumatized patients can be transferred to specialized hospitals.
KeywordsFluid Resuscitation Specialized Hospital Polytraumatized Patient Bladder Catheterization Disaster Area
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