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[Dealing with massive bleeding and associated perioperative coagulopathy: recommendations for action of the German Society of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine].

Der Anaesthesist 2013 March
Massive bleeding with coagulopathy and hemorrhagic shock poses a potential threat to life in numerous clinical settings. Optimal treatment including the prevention of exsanguination necessitates a standardized and interdisciplinary approach. Several studies have shown the importance of massive transfusion protocols and standardized coagulation algorithms to improve survival of severely bleeding patients and to avoid secondary complications. Thus, the Helsinki declaration for patient safety in anesthesiology demands the implementation of clinical practice guidelines for the treatment of patients requiring massive transfusion. This paper introduces a standardized algorithm for the treatment of patients with massive bleeding which was developed in consensus with the German Society of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care Medicine (DGAI).

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