Systemic responses to trauma.

@article{Fox1999SystemicRT,
  title={Systemic responses to trauma.},
  author={B. Fo{\"e}x},
  journal={British medical bulletin},
  year={1999},
  volume={55 4},
  pages={
          726-43
        }
}
  • B. Foëx
  • Published 1999
  • Medicine
  • British medical bulletin
The systemic responses to trauma can be divided into cardiovascular, immunological, and metabolic. The cardiovascular responses are seen immediately after a traumatic insult. The pattern of response depends on whether the insult is mainly haemorrhagic, tissue damage, or a combination of the two. The response may be quite different for penetrating vascular trauma, compared with a crush injury to a limb. The immunological, or inflammatory, consequences of trauma usually become apparent several… Expand
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