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다발성 외상 환자에서 췌장 손상 치료 경험

Other Titles
 Management of Traumatic Pancreas Injury in Multiple Trauma: Single Center Experience 
Authors
 장현아 ; 심홍진 ; 이재길 ; 차성환 
Citation
 Journal of the Korean Association Traumatology (대한외상학회지), Vol.24(2) : 111~117, 2011 
Journal Title
 Journal of the Korean Association Traumatology (대한외상학회지) 
ISSN
 1738-8767 
Issue Date
2011
Abstract
PURPOSE: Pancreatic injury is rare in abdominal trauma patients (3%~12%). but it could result in significant morbidity and even mortality. Early and adequate decision making are very important in the management of patients with traumatic pancreatic injury. The purpose of this study was to assess the kinds of management and outcome through the review of our experience of pancreatic injury with multiple trauma. METHODS: We reviewed 17 patients with traumatic pancreas injury via electronic medical records from Jan. 2002 and April. 2011. We collected demographic findings; the type, location and grade of pancreas injury, the treatment modality, and patient's outcomes, such as complications, length of hospital stay (LOS), and mortality. RESULTS: Total 17 patients were reviewed, and man was 13 (88%). Traffic accident was the most common cause of injury. Pancreas neck was the most common injured site, and occured in 5 patients. Ductal injury was detected in 7 cases. Eleven patients were treated by surgical procedure, and in this group, 3 patients underwent the endoscopic retrograde pancreas drainage procedure coincidently. ERPD was tried in 8 patients, and failed in 2 patients. The major complications were post-traumatic fluid collection and abscess which accounted for 70% of all patients. The hospital stay was 35.9 days, and it was longer in patient with ductal injury (38.0+/-18.56 vs. 34.5+/-33.68 days). Only one patient was died due to septic shock associated with an uncontrolled retroperitoneal abscess. CONCLUSION: Early diagnosis is the most important factor to apply the adequate treatment option and to manage the traumatic pancreas injury. Aggressive treatment should be considered in patients with a post-operative abscess
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http://ir.ymlib.yonsei.ac.kr/handle/22282913/94937
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