V.V. Yekhalov, V.P. Stus, N.N. Moiseenko
The reviews examined the effective shift syndrome (CDS, crash syndrome, Byuters syndrome, traumatic anuria, post-traumatic uremia, myorenal syndrome, myoglobinuric nephrosis, ischemic muscle necrosis, etc.) - the body’s reaction to endotoxemia resulting from ischemic tissue damage. mechanical compression. The prevalence of SDP in road accidents is progressive In Ashgabat in 1948 there were 5% of victims with SDS, and in 1988 in Armenia - 23.7-59.0%). The frequency of occurrence of SDS in injuries ranges from 3.5 to 40% and is observed in catastrophes, collapses in mines and mines; during ground and logging operations), road traffic accidents - up to 20%; in case of the collapse of a multi-storey building - 40% of those rescued within 24 hours. The reviews examined in detail the pathogenesis, classification, treatment of the syndrome of effective compression. A literature review includes 242 sources.