fasciotomy


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fas·ci·ot·o·my

n. fasciotomía, incisión de una fascia.

fasciotomy

n (pl -mies) fasciotomía
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Although he had not suffered a break, Baker's leg started to swell and doctors had to perform a procedure called a fasciotomy to release the pressure.
Since its founding in 2009, OEI has been awarded over $4 Million in SBIR grants leading to the development of more than a dozen simulators used for training in critical trauma care; such as emergency abdominal damage control, fasciotomy, craniotomy, thoracotomy and amputation procedures.
The prompt excision of necrotic tissue or a fasciotomy may be indicated for survival.
Compartment pressures should be measured immediately, and the operating room should be activated in preparation for fasciotomy.
Data about the burn agent, TBSA, whether fasciotomy had been performed prior to amputation, interval between the burn injury and amputation, hospitalization duration, and total number of operations were collected.
Decompressive fasciotomy in testicular torsion of the spermatic cord in rats.
It is difficult to decide on the need of fasciotomy by any single criteria.
Eighty three patients (66%) had a normal CTA, of which 2 patients had further intervention: the first one had an absent pulse and was taken to theatre where a bleeding vein was tied off and the second patient had a decreased pulse and a fasciotomy was performed to release a tight compartment.
Posterior fasciotomy has been mentioned in severe limitations of physical activity, recurrence, or showing no response to available therapy24.
Bipolar RFTC has been successfully used to treat plantar fasciotomy,[sup][7] and the successful clinical outcome rate was 87.