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Neumotorax esel resultado de la entrada deaire enel espacio entre la pleura parietal y la visceral. En oca-! La continuidad se mantiene por una capa adventicia intacta o un hema- toma contenido en el mediastino, que evita la muerte inme- diata. Muchos de los pacientes que sobreviven inicialmente mueren en el hospital si no son tratados adecuadamente.

Puede presentarse edema masivo e inclusive edema cere- bral. Laslesiones asociadas deben ser tratadas. Deben tenerse en cuenta las lesiones cardiacas en presencia de todas las fracturas esternales. Las costillas medias 4 a 9 son las que con mayor fre- cuencia se lesionan en un trauma cerrado. Una deformidad visible o palpable sugiere una fractura costal.

La habilidad para reconocer lesiones importantes en estos pacientes y la destreza para realizar los procedimientos necesarios les puede salvar la vida. Un cirujano calificado debe estar involucradoen el manejo de estos pacientes.

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Thoracic paravertebral block TPVB is the technique of injecting local anesthetic alongside the thoracic vertebra close to where the spinal nerves emerge from the intervertebral foramen. This produces unilateral, segmental, somatic, and sympathetic nerve blockade, which is effective for anesthesia and in treating acute and chronic pain of unilateral origin from the chest and abdomen. Kappis, in , developed the technique of paravertebral injection, which is comparable to the one in present day use. Although paravertebral block PVB was fairly popular in the early s, it seemed to have fallen into disfavor during the later part of the century; the reason for which is not known. In , Eason and Wyatt re popularized the technique after describing paravertebral catheter placement. Our understanding of the safety and efficacy of TPVB has improved significantly in the last 25 years, with renewal of interest in this technique.


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