Infectious Complications of Traumatic Process in Victims with Multisystem Injuries Message 2. Pathogenesis

S.O. Guryev, P.V. Tanasiyenko, O.S. Solovyov


The work considers the study of general patterns of body reactions to trauma, peculiarities of traumatic disease and prevention of infectious complications in victims. The reason for the high incidence of infectious complications in patients with polytrauma is immune abnormalities that either preface injury, or develop in victims as a result of injury, especially injury to vital organs. The concept of systemic inflammatory response syndrome and multiple organ failure syndrome more fully illuminates those pathological processes that cause infectious complications, which in turn is the basis for the development of multiple organ failure and sepsis.


polytrauma; victim; infectious complications; pathogenesis


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