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2016, vol. 2, br. 4, str. 11-14
Posebni uslovi sredine - velike nadmorske visine
Dom zdravlja, Subotica

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Ključne reči: urgentna medicina; povrede na velikim nadmorskim visinama; kardiopulmonalna reanimacija
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U odnosu na urbana područja postoje teški tereni (divljine) i udaljena, teže pristupačna područja na visokim nadmorskim visinama, daleko od organizovane medicinske pomoći gde je medicinsko zbrinjavanje često odloženo ili nemoguće. Vremenski uslovi mogu biti veoma surovi: hladno, vetrovito, vlažno, belina zbog svetlosne refleksije na ledu i snegu. Šansa za preživljavanje kod srčanog zastoja može biti smanjena zbog zakasnelog pristupa i dužeg transporta. Ljudski i materijalni resursi su često znatno ograničeni. Posebni topografski i logistički uslovi zahtevaju racionalnu raspodelu postojećih sredstava.
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DOI: 10.5937/JRB1604011J
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