doi: 10.25005/2074-0581-2013-15-1-37-40
Biochemical indicators of blood in reinfusion at patients with abdominal trauma

A.M. Saburova, K.M. Kurbonov, Sh.D. Rakhmonov, L.A. Kurbonova

Chair of Biochemistry; Surgical diseases №1 Avicenna TSMU

In 84 patients with abdominal trauma in different types of reinfusion (RE) conducted investigation of blood biochemical parameters, the state of lipid peroxidation (LPO) and antioxidant defense system (AOS).

Comparative analysis of these indicators showed the most pronounced changes in patients undergoing emergency RE by whole, uncleansed blood: bilirubin was increased by 31.8%, urea - 49.6%, creatinine - by 45.5% and reached a maximum on 5 day after RE.

In these patients observed intensification of LPO and depletion of AOS - the content of MDA was increased by 66.6%, the activity of superoxide dismutase and ascorbic acid content decreased by 48.7%, 42.9%.

Cleansing of reinfusion blood with add of antioxidants and antibiotics have the least toxic effect to the body and it was most appropriate option for RE.

Keywords: abdominal trauma, reinfusion of blood, free-radical oxidation, antioxidant system, hemostasis.

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