An experience with vascular trauma
Keywords:Prospective Study. Retrospective Studies. Behavior. Trauma Centers. Wounds, Nonpenetrating. Trauma Severity Indices. Abdominal Injuries. Learning. Accidents.
This prospective study was conducted at Jinnah Hospital, Lahore over a period of twenty one months. Patients between the ages 18-32 years presenting with Vascular Trauma in A/E department were included in the study. Gender distribution was 17 males and one female. The vascular trauma was as follows: 2 radial arteries, 2 posterior tibial arteries, 8 femoral arteries, 4 popliteal arteries, 1 popliteal vein, 1 axillary artery. All of these patients were managed surgically. The end results for all were patent vessels with functional limbs averting deaths and preventing life long disabilities thereby improving the quality of life and productivity as a human being.
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