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Title: Injuries of Pelvis
Authors: Голка, Григорий Григорьевич
Олейник, Антон Александрович
Фадеев, Олег Геннадиевич
Истомин, Дмитрий Андреевич
Битчук, Дмитрий Денисович
Oliynyk A.O., A.O.
Golka, G.G.
Fadeyev, O.G.
Istomin, D.A.
Bitchuyk, D.D.
Keywords: Injuries of Pelvis
Issue Date: 12-Nov-2015
Publisher: ХНМУ
Citation: Injuries of Pelvis = Травмы таза : method guidance for the 5th year students of medical faculties / сomp. :G. G. Golka, А. О. Oliynyk, O. G. Fadeyev, D. A. Istomin, D. D. Bitchuyk. – Kharkiv : KhNMU, 2015. – 21 p.
Abstract: Pelvic fractures are devastating injuries that are associated with a number of complications that often require extensive rehabilitation. Pelvic fractures represent about 0.3% to 6% of all fractures and occur in 20% of all polytrauma cases.1 High-velocity trauma accounts for most pelvic fractures, including motor vehicle accidents, motor vehicle-pedestrian accidents, crush injuries, and falls.2 A bimodal distribution of age is seen in pelvic trauma, as most injuries occur between the ages of 15 to 30 and 50 to 70 years. The overall average age is reportedly 31.5 years. Men account for more pelvic fractures than women, representing about 57% to 75% of all pelvic injuries. Reported mortality rates range from 6.4% to 30%,5 depending on the type of pelvic fracture and extrapelvic injuries and complications.
Description: Методические указания для англоязычных студентов
Appears in Collections:Навчально-методичні видання. Кафедра травматології та ортопедії

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