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Pawłowski, Witold; Goniewicz, Krzysztof; Goniewicz, Mariusz; Czerski, Robert
Pawłowski Witold, Goniewicz Krzysztof, Goniewicz Mariusz, Czerski Robert. Cranio-cerebral injuries in road accidents: characteristics and clinical process. Journal of Education, Health and Sport. 2018;8(3):389-396. eISNN 2391-8306. DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1205121
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Received: 05.02.2018. Revised: 10.02.2018. Accepted: 21.03.2018.
Cranio-cerebral injuries in road accidents: characteristics and clinical process
Witold Pawłowski¹, Krzysztof Goniewicz¹,², Mariusz Goniewicz³, Robert Czerski²
¹ Medical University of Warsaw, Department of Disaster Medicine
² Polish Air Force Academy, Faculty of National Security and Logistics
³ Medical University of Lublin, Department of Emergency Medicine
The constant progress of civilization involves the mechanization of daily life, including in particular the use of motor vehicles, mainly cars and all sorts of two-wheelers. The rapid growth of the automotive industry in the world has brought a huge increase in traumatism.
The aim of the study was to characterize cranio-cerebral and to provide a substrate for further study provided within the subject. Injuries arising as a result of rotational forces in protected road users usually cause minimal damage to the exterior of very serious internal injuries. During the evaluation of the injured at the scene of the injury victims should receive occiput red color in the medical segregation
Key words: cranio-cerebral injuries, hospitalization, epidemiology
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