An Analysis of Severe Coal Mine Trauma Curing According to 144 Examples
European Journal of Clinical and Biomedical Sciences
Volume 5, Issue 3, June 2019, Pages: 43-45
Received: Jun. 3, 2019; Accepted: Jul. 11, 2019; Published: Jul. 23, 2019
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Sun Bingfeng, Department of Shuikuang Holding Limited Liability Company General Hospital, Liupanshui City, China
Fan Shifeng, Department of Shuikuang Holding Limited Liability Company General Hospital, Liupanshui City, China
Fu Qiang, Department of Shuikuang Holding Limited Liability Company General Hospital, Liupanshui City, China
Gao Yuan, Department of Shuikuang Holding Limited Liability Company General Hospital, Liupanshui City, China
Wang Wei, Department of Shuikuang Holding Limited Liability Company General Hospital, Liupanshui City, China
Ye Chunyong, Department of Liuzhi Special District People’s Hospital, Liupanshui City, China
Hu Guolun, Department of Panjiang Investment Holding Corporation General Hospital, Liupanshui City, China
Wang Xinpan, Department of Pan County People’s Hospital, General Hospital, Liupanshui City, China
Chen Hongyan, Department of Liupanshui City Secondary People’s Hospital, General Hospital, Liupanshui City, China
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Abstract
Introduction: improve the level of curing severe coal mine trauma patients, find out the regulations and deficiencies of coal mine severe trauma treatment Method: summarize and analyze 144 case data of severe coal mine trauma patients from 5 hospitals in Liupanshui City from March 2014 to March 2017 Result: 144 severe coal mine trauma patients are all males and their average age is 40.92 years old. Most of them hospitalize in the ICU (admission from April to June, about 29.17%) while fewest of them (admission from July to September, about 17.26%). Most patients hospitalize in the ICU about 0.85 days after the severe coal mine trauma happens and the average treatment time of ICU is 15.15 days. Patient source comes most from the people of emergency (94.44%), fewest from the people who transferred after experienced treatment in other hospital. The average score of SOFA evaluation is 4.1 while the average score in APACHE II evaluation is 16.2. Most kind of work which trauma takes place easily is coal mining (74.31%); other jobs which trauma also happens are driving (7.64%), ventilation (8.33%), transportation (6.94%), electromechanics (1.39%). The main reason of trauma is roof failure (41.67%), and there’re other reasons like harvesters extrusion (36.11%), falling (7.64%), electromechanics explosion (7.64%), high gas (5.56%). The main hurt organs are craniocerebal, lung, abdomen, limbs, centrum, maxillofacial. The implementation rate of tertiary rescue is 79.86%. Finally, 135 people survive after treatment while 9 people die. Conclusion: The treatment of severe coal mine trauma has its own regulation and characteristic, attaching high importance to the coal mine security, tertiary rescue and trauma curing is benefit to improve the success rate of curing severe coal mine trauma.
Keywords
Coal Mine, Trauma, Severe, Curing, Liupanshui City
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Sun Bingfeng, Fan Shifeng, Fu Qiang, Gao Yuan, Wang Wei, Ye Chunyong, Hu Guolun, Wang Xinpan, Chen Hongyan, An Analysis of Severe Coal Mine Trauma Curing According to 144 Examples, European Journal of Clinical and Biomedical Sciences. Vol. 5, No. 3, 2019, pp. 43-45. doi: 10.11648/j.ejcbs.20190503.11
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