Qing-shan Guo

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OBJECTIVE To investigate the current state of trauma care in mainland China, and to propose possible future suggestions for the development of the trauma care system in mainland China. METHOD An extensive Medline/PubMed search on the topic of trauma care or trauma care system was conducted. Publications in Chinese that could best describe the state of(More)
OBJECTIVE To construct tissue-engineered neural complex in vitro and study its effect in repairing acutely injured spinal cord in adult rats. METHODS Neural stem cells were harvested from the spinal cord of embryo rats and propagated in vitro. Then the neural stem cells were seeded into polyglycolic acid scaffolds and co-cultured with extract of embryonic(More)
OBJECTIVE To explore the strategy of damage control in clinical treatment of multiple injuries headed by cervical spinal cord injury. METHODS A retrospective analysis was performed in 32 patients. Cervical fractures associated with tetraplegia occurred in 18 patients, traumatic intervertebral disk hernia associated with tetraplegia in 2 patients, and(More)
PURPOSE To enhance the awareness of rare complications of pelvic fracture and describe the correct diagnosis and effective treatment. METHODS A total of 188 cases of pelvic fractures were retrospectively reviewed, and four patients who suffered from four types of rare pelvic fracture complications were described, namely ureteral obstruction caused by(More)
Penetrating injury to the rectum, vertebral body and spinal cord by a steel rod is a rare condition. Treatment of this kind of injury is very challenging. Rectal injury requires repair and fecal diversion, while debridement of the spine is difficult, especially when the injury site is very long. Here we report a case of penetrating injury of rectum and(More)
As a new surgical technique, "one-stop hybrid procedure" is rarely applied in trauma patients. This paper aims to explore its role in vascular injury of the lower extremity. Vascular intervention combined with open surgery was performed to treat three cases of vessel injuries of the lower extremity in our hybrid operating room. One patient with stab injury(More)
OBJECTIVE To analyze retrospectively the surgical treatment of 21 cases of infected arterial injuries of the major limb hospitalized from 1989 to 2003 in our department. METHODS After a radical debridement and drainage, an autologous vessel bypass reconstruction, simple vessel ligation or amputation were carried out respectively according to each(More)
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