Organization of edema

1. Ill give the patient a sublime position.

2. Venous tourniquets on the lower limbs for a period of not more than 1 hour.

3. 10 ml of 2.4% euphyllin in 50 ml isotonic sodium chloride solution is drip.

4. 1 ml of 1% morphine in 5-10 ml of isotonic sodium chloride solution, 1-2 ml of 1-2% promedol can be used.

5. 1% nitroglycerin 10-12 ml in 100-200 ml isotonic sodium chloride solution drip, nitroglycerin 1 tablet under the tongue every 10-20 minutes.

6. 4-20 ml of 1% lasix IV.

7. 0.5-0.75 ml of 0.05% strophanthin in 10 ml of isotonic sodium chloride solution, after 1 h add another 0.25 ml of strophanthin.

8. Inhalation of oxygen, passed through 40-96% alcohol.

9.If there is swelling in the background of arterial hypertension: Naniprus 30 mg in 200 ml isotonic sodium chloride solution drip (under the control of blood pressure), you can enter 5% pentamine 1.0 in 20 ml isotonic solution slowly.

Violation of cerebral circulation

1. To maintain cardiac activity, slowly 0.5-0.75 ml of 0.05% strobanthin or 1-2 ml of 0.06% corglicone in 10-20 ml of isotonic sodium chloride solution. 2. With the development of pulmonary edema: 2 ml of 1% lasix, 10 ml.

1. To maintain cardiac activity, slowly 0.5-0.75 ml of 0.05% strobanthin or 1-2 ml of 0.06% corglicone in 10-20 ml of isotonic sodium chloride solution. 2. With the development of pulmonary edema: 2 ml of 1% lasix, 10 ml.

For intravenous injection, one of the veins of the ulnar fold is most often used. Injections are made in the position of the patient sitting or lying down. An inclined hand is placed.

With blood transfusion or blood substitutes, the needle is connected to the cannula of the system and the adhesive plaster is fixed to the skin with strips. At the end of intravenous injection.

Novokainovye blockades are carried out both for the purpose of anesthesia, and in the order of treatment with addition to novocaine antibiotics, alcohol and other medicines. The patient.

Circular NovaQain blockade of the transverse section of the limb: produced with open fractures of long tubular bones, and before removal long-term.

Cervical vagosympathetic novocaine blockade is indicated for severe chest trauma in the order of emergency medical care if transportation of the affected is forced.