Factibilidad del manejo conservador en el trauma vesical penetrante

Palabras clave: Trauma penetrante, trauma de vejiga, herida vesical, manejo conservador, trauma abdominal

Resumen

El trauma como causa de enfermedad es un problema de salud pública de países en vía de desarrollo. El trauma vesical penetrante, aunque poco frecuente, implica un reto en su manejo debido a que puede ser pasado por alto y aún están definiéndose las pautas del abordaje terapéutico; además es causante de complicaciones como sepsis, infecciones y fistulas, aumentando la morbilidad y mortalidad de los pacientes. Como regla, las heridas vesicales penetrantes de la pared intraperitoneal deben ser reparadas de forma quirúrgica, aunque en un grupo bien seleccionado de pacientes puede realizarse un manejo conservador.

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2019-06-12
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