Your browser is too old
We can't provide a great video experience on old browserUpdate now
Haemorrhage is the major focus of discussion in this V learning sqadia.com medical lecture. From conversing about pathophysiology, acute traumatic and trauma induced coagulopathy has been elaborated. Moreover, primary, secondary and reactionary haemorrhage along with the degree and classification has been explicated quite thoroughly. In the end, management encompassing resuscitation, haemorrhage control and damage control resuscitation has been expounded in-detail.
In the beginning, causes of haemorrhage and acute traumatic coagulopathy has been discussed. Following this, trauma-induced coagulopathy has been thoroughly brought under consideration. In the end, hypothermia has been highlighted.
Definitions and Parameters
Initially, revealed VS the concealed haemorrhage has been explained. Subsequently, primary, secondary and reactionary haemorrhage has been explicated in-depth. Furthermore, both the surgical and non-surgical haemorrhage has been reported by our educator.
Degree and Classification
First and foremost, estimation along with the haemoglobin levels have been conversed about in detail. In addition to this, haemoglobin quantification along with the treatment has been shed light upon. Treatment itself is based upon various factors viz degree of hypovolaemic shock, vital signs and dynamic response to fluid therapy.
Primarily, identification and resuscitation has been elaborated. Then the educator proceeds to talk about the identification of haemorrhage site and certain investigations via X rays. Additionally, haemorrhage control alongside the surgical intervention has been expounded. In the end, damage control resuscitation has been explained.