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Em poucos casos a EG evolui para a "síndrome da embolia gordurosa" (SEG) a em muitos casos podem atravessar a circulação pulmonar() ou mesmo o dos PDF (produtos de degradação da fibrina) e a diminuição do fibrinogênio . Embolia gordurosa refere-se à presença de glóbulos de gordura no parênquima pulmonar e circulação periférica em geral após trauma. Por outro lado, a. PDF | On Oct 1, , João Mansur Filho and others published Embolia pulmonar gordurosa durante cirurgia ortopédica monitorada por ecocardiograma .


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PDF | On Jan 1, , FELIPE DE VILHENA MORAES NOGUEIRA and others published Liposuction and fat embolism: a literature review. Lipoaspiração e embolia gordurosa: revisão de literatura Embolia pulmonar. Review Article. Lipoaspiração e embolia gordurosa: revisão de literatura Descritores:Cirurgia plástica; Lipoaspiração; Embolia gordurosa;. Embolia pulmonar. Profilaxia da síndrome de embolia gordurosa: uma análise atual. Article received : Embolia pulmonar; Cirurgia plástica/mortalidade; Visceras. The mechanical.

Significant fluid ingestion is recommended after surgery. Complications were fewer if the fat was distributed in a more extensive area and in different layers, allowing for better revascularization3.

Pulmonary fat embolism of neoplastic origin

The extensive mobilization of fat during lipectomy can cause mechanical damage to the adipocytes and neighboring blood vessels, permitting the lipids to reach the bloodstream, and there is an increase in fat embolism associated with lipofilling2. In an experimental study comparing lipectomy techniques, the dry technique presented an especial high risk for embolism immediate after surgery.

The option to perform fat injections using a less traumatic surgical technique following wet or tumescent lipectomy, and with a reduced number of lipectomy sites can be considered preventive measures against embolic events3. In case reports on lipectomy followed by FES there are descriptions, such as: "the surgery took place without intercurrences, with ml of fat removed.

General anesthesia lasted two hours, with no significant loss of blood"4. Again, note that even without the stated "risk factors," the risk exists.

When combined with other procedures, as evidenced in our analysis, the risk increases, with the increased length of the surgery, and with greater mobilization of complicating factors Despite the many professionals affirm that intramuscular lipofilling may cause more injures to vessels, therefore causing a higher incidence of FES, no articles were found comparing subcutaneous and intramuscular lipofilling, or affirming the superiority of one technique over the other.

This is an area needing further research There is no specific treatment for FES, but there is supportive treatment: ventilation support, hemodynamic support, and the controversial use of corticoids methylprednisolone 3. Early diagnosis, surgical or nonsurgical recovery of the fracture, and adequate supportive treatment are essential factors for management of FES with low mortality rates The use of corticosteroids is described in orthopedic articles on fractures of long bone as an important means of prophylaxis for fat embolism Despite good evidence and recommendations for the use of corticoids, their use still not accepted or routinely adopted in orthopedic services A question to be considered RG Conception and design of the study.

MCCO Final manuscript approval. IMJ Manuscript writing or content review analysis.

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Fat embolism syndrome in femoral shaft fractures: does the initial treatment make a difference? Fat embolism syndrome in isolated femoral fractures: Embolia gordurosa; Artroplastia; Fraturas. Rev Bras Ortop ; Statistical aspects of the analysis of data from retrospective studies of disease.

Fatal fat embolism in acute hepatic necrosis with associated fatty liver. Acta Ortop Bras ; 9: Data from medical fordurosa studied. Souza et al. This report shows the evolution of severe FES after liposuction and fat grafting. Case report: SSS, 42 years old, ASA 1, no risk factors for thrombosis, candidate for abdominal liposuction and breast implant prosthesis.

Subjected to balanced general anesthesia with basic monitoring and controlled ventilation. After 45 minutes of procedure, there was a sudden and gradual decrease of capnometry, severe hypoxemia and hypotension. The patient was immediately monitored for MAP and central catheter, treated with vasopressors, inotropes, and crystalloid infusion, stabilizing her condition. Diagnosis of pulmonary embolism. A brain CT was performed which showed severe cerebral hemispheric ischemia with signs of fat emboli in right middle cerebral artery; transesophageal echocardiography showed a patent foramen ovale.

Finally, after 72 h of evolution, the patient progressed to brain death. Conclusion: FES usually occurs in young people. Published by Elsevier Editora Ltda. All rights reserved.

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Gurd A.Conclusion: FES usually occurs in young people. Fat embolism.

During lipectomy and fat grafting, there are ruptured venules and damage to adipocytes, yielding lipid microfragments which reach the venous circulation and, consequently, FE that can also reach the circulation system. BJAN; No. Regarding plastic surgery, especially lipectomy, initial care should be given to diligent patient selection for proposed procedures.

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