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Dissequant heamatoma in elderly: Performance of an irrigo-absorbant dressing (HYDROCLEAN) after surgical debridement in an emergency department

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Dissequant heamatoma in elderly: Performance of an irrigo-absorbant dressing (HYDROCLEAN) after surgical debridement in an emergency department

Type
Poster
Topics
Debridement
Language
EN
Publication Year
2019
Author(s)
Jean Sendé
Approx. reading time
5 min

Introduction

Post-traumatic dissequant haematoma (DH) are frequent, especially in elderly, with an anticoagulant (AC) treatment. Inour emergency department (ED), we proposed a 3 steps program: surgical debridement in the ED (without no prior anesthesia – sometimes topical lidocaïne), Hydroclean® (HC) every day, then control at day 1, day 10 and day 30.

Authors

Jean SendéMD, et.al
Emergency department, Armand Brillard Private hospital (Ramsay GDS), Nogent-sur-Marne, FRANCE

Introduction

Post-traumatic dissequant haematoma (DH) are frequent, especially in elderly, with an anticoagulant (AC) treatment. Inour emergency department (ED), we proposed a 3 steps program: surgical debridement in the ED (without no prior anesthesia – sometimes topical lidocaïne), Hydroclean® (HC) every day, then control at day 1, day 10 and day 30.

Authors

Jean SendéMD, et.al
Emergency department, Armand Brillard Private hospital (Ramsay GDS), Nogent-sur-Marne, FRANCE