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Features Of The Cases Injured By Stab Wounds
Author: Omer Engin,fuat Ipekci,bulent Calik, Ahmet Deniz Ucar,volkan Tekin
Publisher: Internet Medical Publishing
5 pages
One time payment: €4.96
Required subscription: Academic
Type of publication: Article
DOI: 10.3823/801
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 Increasing the security measures may help to reduce stab wound injury events in urban places where criminal attacks are seen more frequently. Preventing the injured and accused people from facing each other during recovery in the same ward and reinvolving in criminal events by psychological approach may affect personal behaviour positively. Abdominal penetration does not necessarily cause intraabdominal organ injury. Surgeon must make an effort to reduce the number of negative laparotomy. If the patient needs emergency operation, surgeon should perform the appropriate surgical intervention without delay. Exploration of the abdomen should include inspection of all the intraabdominal organs and if an organ injury is detected, meticulous inspection must be done while exploring the neighboring anatomical structures.


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