SIZE AND STRUCTURE OF SANITARY LOSSES IN WARS OF MODERN LOCAL ARMED CONFLICTS IN GUNSHOT INJURIES OF THE ABDOMEN WITH DAMAGE TO THE COLON

  • K. V. Gumeniuk
  • O. A. Lavrenchuk
Keywords: sanitary losses, gunshot wounds of the colon, blood loss, peritonitis.

Abstract

The purpose of the study is to analyze the sources of domestic and world literature with the study of the magnitude and structure of sanitary losses in wars and modern local armed conflicts with gunshot wounds to the abdomen with damage to the colon. To investigate sanitary losses at gunshot wounds of a colon.

Conclusions. Sanitary losses in wars of local armed conflicts with gunshot wounds to the abdomen with damage to the colon remain high worldwide, despite individual means of protecting the torso. In this regard, it is notable to further study the anatomical and clinical features of gunshot wounds of the colon in the experience of the antiterrorist operation in eastern Ukraine.

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Published
2021-12-08
How to Cite
Gumeniuk, K. V., & Lavrenchuk, O. A. (2021). SIZE AND STRUCTURE OF SANITARY LOSSES IN WARS OF MODERN LOCAL ARMED CONFLICTS IN GUNSHOT INJURIES OF THE ABDOMEN WITH DAMAGE TO THE COLON. Kharkiv Surgical School, (5-6), 47-51. https://doi.org/10.37699/2308-7005.5-6.2021.10
Section
SURGERY OF GUNSHOT WOUNDS AND COMBAT TRAUMA

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