Influence de l’hypoperfusion cérébrale à la phase initiale du traumatisme crânien grave. Etude rétrospective en région Lorraine

Master thesis French OPEN
Derlon , Vincent;
(2015)
  • Publisher: HAL CCSD
  • Subject: Thèse d'exercice de médecine | [ SDV ] Life Sciences [q-bio] | Non disponible / Not available

Non disponible / Not available; Introduction: le traumatisme crânien grave (TCG) est un enjeu majeur de santépublique, dont les premières heures de la prise en charge sont cruciales. Un des objectifsest alors de limiter l’hypotension artérielle et son corollaire l’hypop... View more
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