Intensive Care of Blood Loss, Coagulopathy and Hypovolemic Shock Following Polytrauma

І.А. Iovenko, Yu.Yu. Kobeliatskyi, A.V. Tsariov, E.A. Kuzmova, K.A. Klimenko, L.L. Dubovska, U.V. Seleznyova

Abstract


The article presents the current recommendations for intensive care of blood loss, coagulopathies and hypovolemia following polytrauma.


Keywords


polytrauma; blood loss; coagulopathy; hypovolemia; intensive care

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