5 edition of The Crush Sundrome and Lessons Learned from the Marmara Earthquake found in the catalog.
April 15, 2005
by S. Karger A. G.
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||292|
tion of the task force was at the occasion of the Marmara earthquake in Turkey in Additional by crush syndrome after major earthquakes is highly variable. Major loss of lives occurs in also valuable lessons were learned from the Armenian experience about . We have performed a thorough review of the English language literature from to investigating crush injuries and crush syndrome and present a comprehensive, two-part summary. Part 1: The systemic injury: In this part we concentrate on the systemic crush syndrome.
In this paper we review the pathophysiology and treatment of the crush syndrome, as summarized in recent clinical recommendations for the management of crush syndrome. The importance of early fluid resuscitation in preventing acute kidney injury is stressed, logistic difficulties in disaster conditions are described, and the need for an. Earthquake-Associated Crush Syndrome as a Paradigm for AKI after a Disaster. “Lessons learned from the catastrophic Marmara earthquake: factors influencing the final outcome of renal victims,” Clinical Nephrology, vol. 61, no. 6, pp. –, View at: Google Scholar;.
Major earthquakes are some of the most devastating natural disasters. The epidemiology of earthquake-related injuries and mortality is unique for these disasters. Because earthquakes frequently affect populous urban areas with poor structural standards, they often result in high death rates and mass casualties with many traumatic injuries. These injuries are highly mechanical and often. Major Mass Casualty Events with Reports of Crush Syndrome Ÿ Earthquakes: Ÿ Tangshan, China Ÿ Armenia Ÿ Iran and Ÿ Northridge, California Ÿ Kobe, Japan ("Hanshin-Awaji") Ÿ Turkey (Izmit, "Marmara" ) Ÿ Terrorist bombings: Ÿ Israel Ÿ Lebanon Ÿ Saudi Arabia 9
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This book is based on the cases consequently documented, constituting an unprecedented collection of first-hand experience on crush syndrome-related ARF following earthquakes. In addition to the data / analysis gained from the Marmara earthquake, each chapter also summarizes classical information on crush by: 2.
Crush syndrome (and lessons learned from the Marmara earthquake). Basel ; New York: Karger, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Mehmet Şükrü Sever; International Society of Nephrology.; Türk Nefroloji Derneği.
Earthquakes and crush syndrome casualties: Lessons learned from the Kashmir disaster. The RDRTF (European Branch) offered substantial support in the Marmara earthquake in Turkey in 1 and the Bam earthquake in Iran in 9 Other interventions included assessment missions and/or an advisory role like with hurricane Katrina, Louisiana Cited by: BACKGROUND: During catastrophic earthquakes, crush syndrome is the second most frequent cause of death after the direct impact of trauma.
The Marmara earthquake, which struck Northwestern Turkey in Augustwas characterized by crush syndrome victims with acute renal by: Title(s): The crush syndrome (and lessons learned from the Marmara earthquake)/ Mehmet Şükrü Sever.
Edition: 1st ed. Country of Publication: Switzerland Publisher: Basel ; New York: Karger, His book, “Crush Syndrome and Lessons Learned from the Marmara Earthquake" was published by Karger Publications of Switzerland in Dr.
Sever served as a disaster relief coordinator and field doctor in many disasters; such as the Marmara () and Bingol () earthquakes in Turkey, and Bam earthquake in Iran (). Lessons learned from the Marmara disaster: Time period under the rubble.
of the time period under the rubble on morbidity and mortality of the crush-syndrome patients after the catastrophic Marmara earthquake that struck northwestern Turkey in August Time under the rubble is not an adverse prognostic indicator of survival or renal. Bartal C, Zeller L, Miskin I, et al.
Crush syndrome: saving more lives in disasters: lessons learned from the early-response phase in Haiti. Arch Intern Med ; Sheng ZY.
Medical support in the Tangshan earthquake: a review of the management of mass casualties and certain major injuries. J Trauma ; Pathogenesis of crush injury Crush syndrome is the systemic manifestation of traumatic muscle injury The incidence of crush syndrome in injured victims of catastrophic earthquakes varies widely,39 The muscle damage in the injured limb results in tissue edema and intravascular hypovolemia.
Because of the limited space. Crush injury (CI) is defined as a direct and local injury to the limbs that is caused by continuous prolonged pressure, basically causing damage to the muscle cells.
Crush syndrome (CS), or reperfusion syndrome, is the systemic manifestation of CI (systemic pathopysiological and biochemical clinical picture, e.g.
renal failure). earthquake victims may decrease morbidity and mortality. It is hoped that this review of the challenges met after the Marmara earthquake and the lessons learned will be of use to emergency department physicians as well as hospital emergency planners in preparing for future natural disasters.
On 17 August at local time, an earthquake. Lessons learned from the catastrophic Marmara earthquake: factors influencing the final outcome of renal victims, PubMed 5. Vanholder. R, van der Tol. A, De Smet. M, et al. Earthquakes and crush syndrome casualties: lessons learned from the Kashmir disaster.
Objectives: This study aimed to provide an overview of morbidity and mortality among patients admitted to the Hospital of the Medicine Faculty of Uludag University, Bursa, Turkey, after the Marmara earthquake. Methods: Retrospective analysis of the medical records of earthquake victims.
Patients’ demographic data, diagnosis, dispositions, and prognosis were reviewed. Major earthquakes may provoke a substantial number of crush casualties complicated by acute kidney injury (AKI). After the Armenian earthquake, the International Society of Nephrology (ISN) established the Renal Disaster Relief Task Force (RDRTF) to organize renal care in large disasters; this approach proved to be useful in several recent disasters.
Sever MS, Erek E, Vanholder R, et al. The Marmara earthquake: epidemiological analysis of the victims with nephrological problems. Kidney Int ; Frykberg ER, Tepas JJ 3rd.
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Crush syndrome is the second most common cause of death after earthquakes (the first most common is direct trauma). Many logistic problems with the treatment of patients with crush syndrome are due to chaotic disaster circumstances; consequently, medical and logistic recommendations on the treatment of crush victims are needed.
In a joint initiative of the Renal Disaster Relief Task Force of. Acute renal failure due to crush syndrome during Marmara earthquake - American Journal of Kidney Diseases Lessons learned from the catastrophic Marmara earthquake: factors influencing the final outcome of renal victims E-book or PDF Edited book Email Encyclopedia article Govt.
publication Interview Journal. The active hurricane season alerted Americans to the pressing need for a more effective response to mass casualty incidents. The kidney patient community was particularly affected. Ninety-four dialysis facilities in the Gulf Coast states closed for at least 1 wk in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina, and additional units were affected by evacuation of dialysis patients.
Effect of gender on various parameters of crush syndrome victims of the Marmara earthquake. Serum potassium in the crush syndrome victims of the Marmara disaster Lessons learned from the. Sahashi, T., Sahshi, A., Uchiyama, H., Fukumoto, I.: Study and Development of the Rescue Robot preventing Crush Syndrome of earthquake victims.
In: 8th International Conference on Informatics in Control, Automation and Robotics, Final Program and Book of Abstract of ICINCO and SIMULTECHp. 55 () Google Scholar. Hulya Ergin's 14 research works with citations and reads, including: Mycophenolate Mofetil versus Azathioprine in the Maintenance Therapy of Lupus Nephritis.Of the registered crush syndrome patients in the Marmara earthquake, required dialysis support and > dialysis treatments were applied [21, 22].
Among all other well-documented subsequent severe earthquakes, the highest number of crush-related AKI patients was reported after the Kobe disaster in Japan inwith cases [ 23 ].
Earthquakes and crush syndrome casualties: lessons learned from the Kashmir disaster. Kidney Int. 7, 17–23 (). Article Google Scholar.