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Title: Traumatic injuries to the pregnant patient: a critical literature review
Authors: Petrone, P.
Jiménez-Morillas, P.
Axelrad, A.
Marini, C. P.
UNESCO Clasification: 320108 Ginecología
321315 Traumatología
Keywords: Motor-Vehicle Crashes
Intimate Partner Violence
Emergency-Department
Maternal Injuries
Washington-State
Fetal Outcomes
Minor Trauma
Risk-Factors
Women
Epidemiology
Trauma
Pregnancy
Fetal Injuries
Blunt
Penetrating
Issue Date: 2017
Journal: European Journal of Trauma and Emergency Surgery 
Abstract: Introduction: Trauma during pregnancy is the leading non-obstetrical cause of maternal death and a significant public health burden. This study reviews the most common causes of trauma during pregnancy, morbidity, and mortality, and the impact upon perinatal outcomes associated with trauma, providing a management approach to pregnant trauma patients. Materials and methods: A systematic review of the current literature from January 2006 to July 2016 was performed. Results: Fifty-one articles were identified, including a total of 95,949 patients. Motor vehicle crash was the most frequent cause of blunt trauma, followed by falls, assault both domestic and interpersonal violence, and penetrating injuries (gunshot and stab wounds). Conclusions: Trauma in pregnant women is associated with high rates of adverse maternal and neonatal outcomes. Knowledge of the mechanism of injury is important to identify the potential injuries and the complexity of the management of these patients. As in all traumatic events, prevention is of paramount importance.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/37185
ISSN: 1863-9933
DOI: 10.1007/s00068-017-0839-x
Source: European Journal Of Trauma And Emergency Surgery [ISSN 1863-9933], v. 45 (3), p. 383-392, (Junio 2019)
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