Yıl: 2010 Cilt: 16 Sayı: 4 Sayfa Aralığı: 353 - 356 Metin Dili: Türkçe İndeks Tarihi: 29-07-2022

Our 18-month experience at a new burn center in Gaziantep, Turkey

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AMAÇ Bu çalışma 1 Mayıs 2007 ile 10 Ekim 2008 tarihleri arasında Cengiz Gökçek Devlet Hastanesi Yanık merkezine kabul edilen 411 olgunun retrospektif bir analizini içermektedir.GEREÇ VE YÖNTEM Merkeze kabul edilen tüm olguların kayıtları elektronik veri tabanından elde edildi. Cinsiyete göre yanık oranları %37,7 (n=147) kadın, %64,3 (n=264) erkek idi. BULGULAR Toplam vücut yanık yüzeyi %20-35 arasında olan olguların hastanede yatış süreleri elektrik, alev ve haşlanma yanıkları için sırayla 28, 18 ve 12?şer gün idi. %35-50 toplam vücut yüzey alan yanığı olan olguların ise bu süreler elektrik, kimyasal, alev ve haşlanma yanıkları için sırayla 44, 33, 31 ve 22?şer gün olarak saptandı. Vücut yüzey alanı %50?den fazla olan yanıklarda ise elektrik ve haşlanma yanıkları 40 gün ve daha üzerindeki hastane yatış sürelerine sahipti. Ölüm oranları %5,6 (n=23) idi. Yanık tedavisi sırasında en az bir epilepsi atağı ise %1,2 oranında görüldü. Altı olguda hemofiltrasyona yanıt veren akut böbrek yetersizliği gelişti. Alev yanığı olan 8 olguda inhalasyon hasarı varlığı gözlendi ve bunlardan 4 tanesi mekanik ventilasyona gerek duydu. SONUÇ Yanık hastalarının tedavisi ile uğraşanların bu yoğun mesailerine ek olarak, kendi verilerini tutmaları ve bunları yayınlamalarının konu ile ilgili ileriki çalışmalara yol göstereceğine inanmaktayız.
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Konular: Cerrahi

Gaziantep'te yeni kurulan bir yanık merkezinde 18 aylık deneyim

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BACKGROUND This study is a retrospective analysis of 411 cases admitted to Cengiz Gökcek State Hospital Burn Center from 1 May 2007 to 10 October 2008. METHODS Through an electronic database of medical records of the burn center, all patients admitted to the center were traced. With respect to the numbers of burns according to sex, 35.7% (147) of the cases were female and 64.3% (264) were male. RESULTS For total burn surface area (TBSA) of 20-35%, the hospital stays for electric, flame and scald burns were 28, 18 and 12 days, respectively. For TBSA of 35-50%, electric burns resulted in a mean stay of 44 days, followed by chemical burns (33 days), flame (31 days), and scald (22 days). For TBSA over 50%, electric and scald burns resulted in hospital stays of ≥40 days. Case fatality was 5.6% (23 patients). 1.2% of the study group experienced at least one episode of epilepsy during treatment. Six cases had acute renal failure that responded to hemofiltration during treatment. Eight cases, which were flame burns, also had inhalation injury, and four of these cases required mechanical ventilation.CONCLUSION Members of the burn care team not only carry a heavy workload in the treatment of burn victims, we believe they also have the responsibility of recording and publishing their own data to increase the overall knowledge related with the subject, which will guide future studies.
Anahtar Kelime:

Konular: Cerrahi
Belge Türü: Makale Makale Türü: Araştırma Makalesi Erişim Türü: Erişime Açık
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APA ÇOBAN Y, ERKILIÇ A, ANALAY H (2010). Our 18-month experience at a new burn center in Gaziantep, Turkey. , 353 - 356.
Chicago ÇOBAN Yusuf Kenan,ERKILIÇ Ahmet,ANALAY Harun Our 18-month experience at a new burn center in Gaziantep, Turkey. (2010): 353 - 356.
MLA ÇOBAN Yusuf Kenan,ERKILIÇ Ahmet,ANALAY Harun Our 18-month experience at a new burn center in Gaziantep, Turkey. , 2010, ss.353 - 356.
AMA ÇOBAN Y,ERKILIÇ A,ANALAY H Our 18-month experience at a new burn center in Gaziantep, Turkey. . 2010; 353 - 356.
Vancouver ÇOBAN Y,ERKILIÇ A,ANALAY H Our 18-month experience at a new burn center in Gaziantep, Turkey. . 2010; 353 - 356.
IEEE ÇOBAN Y,ERKILIÇ A,ANALAY H "Our 18-month experience at a new burn center in Gaziantep, Turkey." , ss.353 - 356, 2010.
ISNAD ÇOBAN, Yusuf Kenan vd. "Our 18-month experience at a new burn center in Gaziantep, Turkey". (2010), 353-356.
APA ÇOBAN Y, ERKILIÇ A, ANALAY H (2010). Our 18-month experience at a new burn center in Gaziantep, Turkey. Ulusal Travma ve Acil Cerrahi Dergisi, 16(4), 353 - 356.
Chicago ÇOBAN Yusuf Kenan,ERKILIÇ Ahmet,ANALAY Harun Our 18-month experience at a new burn center in Gaziantep, Turkey. Ulusal Travma ve Acil Cerrahi Dergisi 16, no.4 (2010): 353 - 356.
MLA ÇOBAN Yusuf Kenan,ERKILIÇ Ahmet,ANALAY Harun Our 18-month experience at a new burn center in Gaziantep, Turkey. Ulusal Travma ve Acil Cerrahi Dergisi, vol.16, no.4, 2010, ss.353 - 356.
AMA ÇOBAN Y,ERKILIÇ A,ANALAY H Our 18-month experience at a new burn center in Gaziantep, Turkey. Ulusal Travma ve Acil Cerrahi Dergisi. 2010; 16(4): 353 - 356.
Vancouver ÇOBAN Y,ERKILIÇ A,ANALAY H Our 18-month experience at a new burn center in Gaziantep, Turkey. Ulusal Travma ve Acil Cerrahi Dergisi. 2010; 16(4): 353 - 356.
IEEE ÇOBAN Y,ERKILIÇ A,ANALAY H "Our 18-month experience at a new burn center in Gaziantep, Turkey." Ulusal Travma ve Acil Cerrahi Dergisi, 16, ss.353 - 356, 2010.
ISNAD ÇOBAN, Yusuf Kenan vd. "Our 18-month experience at a new burn center in Gaziantep, Turkey". Ulusal Travma ve Acil Cerrahi Dergisi 16/4 (2010), 353-356.