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Effects of internal iliac artery embolization on systemic inflammatory response syndrome in dogs with simulated-pelvic-fracture combined with massive bleeding
Alternative TitleEffects of internal iliac artery embolization on systemic inflammatory response syndrome in dogs with simulated-pelvic-fracture combined with massive bleeding
Xie, Bing; Liang, Ming; Zhou, DaPeng; Zhao, Wen; Sun, JingYang; Rong, JingJing; Tian, Jing
2016-01-01
Source PublicationMILITARY MEDICAL RESEARCH
ISSN2095-7467
Volume3Issue:1
AbstractBackground: Pelvic fracture combined with massive bleeding (PFCMB) is a complex issue in clinical practice. Currently, the use of angiography and embolization for the treatment of PFCMB obtains good results. The aim of this study is to observe the effects of early internal iliac artery embolization on the SIRS in dogs with simulated-pelvic-fracture combined with massive bleeding.
Other AbstractBackground Pelvic fracture combined with massive bleeding (PFCMB) is a complex issue in clinical practice. Currently, the use of angiography and embolization for the treatment of PFCMB obtains good results. The aim of this study is to observe the effects of early internal iliac artery embolization on the SIRS in dogs with simulated-pelvic-fracture combined with massive bleeding. Methods Twenty adult dogs were randomly divided into an embolization group (EG) and a control group (CG). For the two groups, heart rate, respiratory rate and body temperature and other physiological variables were measured, and IL-6, TNF-α and arterial blood gas levels were monitored. These variables were assayed every 30min until death in the CG, while dogs in the EG underwent arterial angiography after 60min of modeling. The internal iliac artery was embolized on the injured side. Results The average time to SIRS in the CG was 3.56h, occurring at a rate of 90% (9 P ?
Language英语
Funding Project[Key Project of "the Twelfth Five-Year Plan" for Medical Science and Technology Research of People's Liberation Army] ; [Scientific Key Project of Liaoning Province]
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.imr.ac.cn/handle/321006/159440
Collection中国科学院金属研究所
AffiliationInstitute of Metal Research, Chinese Academy of Sciences
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Xie, Bing,Liang, Ming,Zhou, DaPeng,et al. Effects of internal iliac artery embolization on systemic inflammatory response syndrome in dogs with simulated-pelvic-fracture combined with massive bleeding[J]. MILITARY MEDICAL RESEARCH,2016,3(1).
APA Xie, Bing.,Liang, Ming.,Zhou, DaPeng.,Zhao, Wen.,Sun, JingYang.,...&Tian, Jing.(2016).Effects of internal iliac artery embolization on systemic inflammatory response syndrome in dogs with simulated-pelvic-fracture combined with massive bleeding.MILITARY MEDICAL RESEARCH,3(1).
MLA Xie, Bing,et al."Effects of internal iliac artery embolization on systemic inflammatory response syndrome in dogs with simulated-pelvic-fracture combined with massive bleeding".MILITARY MEDICAL RESEARCH 3.1(2016).
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