Paro cardiaco de origen traumático: ¿cómo podemos intervenir en el servicio de urgencias?

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Mateo Zuluaga Gómez
Cristian Camilo Agudelo Quintero
Simón Posada Palacio

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El trauma sigue siendo una de las principales causas de morbimortalidad mundial. Entre las causas de muerte de estos pacientes cabe destacar el paro cardiaco traumático (PCT). Múltiples autores afirman que, a pesar de los avances médicos, los esfuerzos de resucitación de estos pacientes pueden llevar a malos desenlaces, ya que aquellos que sufren PCT tienen gran mortalidad y pronóstico neurológico poco alentador. Este artículo hace una recopilación de la evidencia disponible, que, a pesar de ser poca, señala los avances recientes en el enfoque y manejo de estos pacientes. Se busca que con esta revisión se logre un consenso sobre el abordaje de los pacientes en paro en el contexto de trauma, basado en la literatura y evidencia más reciente.

Palabras clave:
Cardiac Arrest, Multiple Trauma, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, Emergency Treatment Paro Cardiaco, Traumatismo Múltiple, Reanimación Cardiopulmonar, Tratamiento de Urgencia Parada Cardíaca, Politrauma, Reanimação Cardiopulmonar, Tratamento de Emergência

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