Oct 1, 1975

Clinical and therapeutic problems posed by hangings. Apropos of 67 cases

Annales de l'anesthésiologie française
J L ScheydekerJ Rendoing

Abstract

Starting from a collection of 67 cases of hanging taken over by the Anesthesia Resuscitation Department belonging to Reims Hospital University Centre, the authors report their clinical observations and make an analytical confrontation of this type of accident according to various criteria such as: - the initial physical condition of the victims; - the evolution of the symptoms; - the various medical treatments used. The immediate consequences of miscarried hangings lead to a physio-pathological argument dealing mainly with the neurological and breathing manifestations. The elements of this argument enable the writers to back up certain therapeutic orientations among which hyperbaric oxygen therapy and early prescription of which seems to be wished for in the most severe forms of hanging.

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Pulmonary Edema
Hyperbaric Oxygen (substance)
Absence of Sensation
Pathology
Asphyxia
Vasogenic Cerebral Edema
Resuscitation Procedure
Suicide

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