Vol 9: Intraoperative Cardiac Arrest and Mortality in Trauma Patients. A 14-Yr Survey from a Brazilian Tertiary Teaching Hospital.Report as inadecuate



 Vol 9: Intraoperative Cardiac Arrest and Mortality in Trauma Patients. A 14-Yr Survey from a Brazilian Tertiary Teaching Hospital.


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This article is from PLoS ONE, volume 9.AbstractBackground: Little information on the factors influencing intraoperative cardiac arrest and its outcomes in trauma patients is available. This survey evaluated the associated factors and outcomes of intraoperative cardiac arrest in trauma patients in a Brazilian teaching hospital between 1996 and 2009. Methods: Cardiac arrest during anesthesia in trauma patients was identified from an anesthesia database. The data collected included patient demographics, ASA physical status classification, anesthesia provider information, type of surgery, surgical areas and outcome. All intraoperative cardiac arrests and deaths in trauma patients were reviewed and grouped by associated factors and also analyzed as totally anesthesia-related, partially anesthesia-related, totally surgery-related or totally trauma patient condition-related. Findings: Fifty–one cardiac arrests and 42 deaths occurred during anesthesia in trauma patients. They were associated with male patients P



Author: Carlucci, Marcelo T. O.; Braz, Jose R. C.; do Nascimento, Paulo; de Carvalho, Lidia R.; Castiglia, Yara M. M.; Braz, Leandro G.

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