C-reactive protein as an early predictor of infectious complications among victims with a traumatic trauma in an accident
In our work, we investigated the effect of the marker of inflammation of the C-reactive protein in the victims with a polytrauma as a result of an accident in different periods of the traumatic illness, which will allow for its response in the scheme of complex clinical and pathogenetic treatment of infectious complications in the victims with a polytrauma as a result of an accident. In the periods of traumatic disease, the indicators of the level of C-reactive protein are prognostic ally significant in the aspect of the development of purulent-septic complications in the victims of the polytrauma as a result of the accident. Inclusion in the complex of examination of victims with a polytrauma as a result of an accident determine the indicators of functional activity of C-reactive protein will justify the tactics of treatment, the optimal method and terms of conducting surgical interventions, reduce and predict the development of postoperative purulent.
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