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متلازمة الحجرات Compartment syndrome


متلازمة الحجرات Compartment syndrome

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متلازمة الحجرات، 5p:
Pain: ألم
Palor: شحوب
Pulseless: انعدام النبض
Paresethesia: إحساسات تخيلية بوجود شيء ما
Pressure: ارتفاع الضغط

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thank you for the information
keep in mind that increased pressure is the most reliable diagnositic criteria and it is measured by simple kit
the following from Emedicine
The traditional 5 Ps (ie, pain, paraesthesia, pallor

poikilothermia, pulselessness) are not diagnostic of CS. Literature warns that, with the exception of pain and paraesthesia, these traditional signs are not reliable, and the presence or absence of them should not affect injury management.

Importantly, note that these symptoms assume a conscious patient who did not suffer any additional injury that hinders sensory input (eg, spinal cord injury).
In young children, the ability to gather a history of complaints is limited.

If CS is suspected, check intracompartmental pressure, even with no presence of any trauma.

alfarok


The most common sites are the forearm and tibia and fibula

qusei

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The traditional 5 Ps (ie, pain, paraesthesia, pallor

poikilothermia, pulselessness) are not diagnostic of CS. Literature warns that, with the exception of pain and paraesthesia, these traditional signs are not reliable, and the presence or absence of them should not affect injury managemen

and Pulses may be normal....
thanx qusei

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