Emergency states in military men with surgical armed trauma


Keywords: military men; urgent states; operational trauma; medical aid; algorithms; protocols; standards of NATO

Abstract

Objective. Investigation of actual urgent states in the wounded military men and substantiation of necessity for application of the adopted algorithms and protocols of NATO for organization of surgical aid in medical supply of the troops.

Materials and methods. The histories of diseases data in military men were investigated, who were treated in National Military-Medical Clinical Center «Principal Military Clinical Hospital», using statistical, bibliographic, prospective and retrospective methods of analysis.

Results. The main emergency states in military men, demanding medical help in accordance to modern algorithms and standards, were established by the investigation. The emergency states structure in military men were analyzed, comparing indices before and after beginning of the armed conflict in Ukraine. There was proved, that the military men quantity, admitted to hospital in a severe and extremely severe state, after beginning of the armed conflict, have enhanced by 48% due to the armed surgical trauma.

Conclusion. Actual priorities on prehostital stage of the emergency states for the wounded military men were determined. For improvement of the surgical aid organization to wounded military men it is necessary to elaborate and introduce the modern algorithms and protocols in accordance to NATO standards.

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Author Biographies


M. I. Badiuk, Ukrainian Military Medical Academy, Kyiv

Mykhailo I. Badiuk, MD, professor, Head of Medical Support departmentUkrainian Military Medical Academy.

Address: 45/1 Moscow str., building 33, 01015, Kyiv, Ukraine,

tel.: +38 (067) 294-60-43

E-mail: badiuk@ukr.net

ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-2995-0910


O. O. Mykyta, Ukrainian Military Medical Academy, Kyiv

Oksana O. Mykyta, PHD, associate professor military-preventive medicine department Ukrainian Military Medical Academy.Address: 45/1 Moscow str., building 33, 01015, Kyiv, Ukraine, tel.: +38 (098) 977-41-42E-mail: mikita_o@ukr.net

ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-8238-3097


I. P. Semeniv, Clinical Hospital «Feofaniya»,Kyiv

Igor P. Semeniv, PHD, associate professor, main doctor Feophania Clinical hospital,Address: 21 Academician Zabolotny str., 03143, Kyiv, Ukraine, tel.: +38 (044) 259-67-47E-mail: info@feofaniya.org

ORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3455-2527


V. V. Kosarchuk, Ukrainian Military Medical Academy, Kyiv

Victor V. Kosarchuk, MD, professor, professor of Medical Support departmentUkrainian Military Medical Academy.Address: 45/1 Moscow str., building 33, 01015, Kyiv, Ukraine, tel.: +38 (067) 465-64-57E-mail: kos_vvk@i.uaORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-6328-6208


O. P. Mykhailyk, Military-Medical Directorate of the Directorate-General of National Guard of Ukraine, Kyiv

Oleh P. Mykhailyk, PhD, Head of Military medical departmentMain Directorate of the National guard of Ukraine.Address: 9a Narodnoho opolchennya str., 03151, Kyiv, Ukraine,tel.: +38 (067) 999-59-56E-mail: oleg-19-04@hotmail.comORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8336-9484

Published
2018-11-01
How to Cite
Badiuk, M. I., Mykyta, O. O., Semeniv, I. P., Kosarchuk, V. V., & Mykhailyk, O. P. (2018). Emergency states in military men with surgical armed trauma. Klinicheskaia Khirurgiia, 85(11), 49-52. https://doi.org/10.26779/2522-1396.2018.11.49
Section
General Problems of Surgery