CLINICAL CASE OF WHITE SPIRIT TOXIC ACTION IN A 2-YEAR-OLD CHILD

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Purpose. To describe the clinical observation of white spirit toxic effect resulting from an accidental fracture in a 2-year-old child. Materials and methods. Medical card retrospective analysis. Clinical and laboratory data were examined to estimate the functional state of a patient’s basic systems. Results and discussion. The cerebral and respiratory systems were rapidly affected in the acute period. Somatogenic stage of poisoning was complicated by the course of acute respiratory distress syndrome, toxic encephalopathy with a convulsive disorder, intestinal failure, and systemic inflammatory response syndrome. Conclusion. White spirit toxic effect in a child was manifested through long-term cerebral, respiratory and intestinal failure.


About the authors

R. V. Bocharov

Regional State Autonomous Healthcare Institution “Hospital of emergency medical care No. 2”, Koshevogo str., 72, Tomsk

Author for correspondence.
Email: roman_1967@mail.ru

Russian Federation Cand. Sci (Med), anesthesiologist-resuscitator, PhD, Department of anesthesiology and intensive care

K. G. Varlamov

Regional State Autonomous Healthcare Institution “Hospital of emergency medical care No. 2”, Koshevogo str., 72, Tomsk

Email: wkg62@rambler.ru

Russian Federation Head of Department anesthesiology-resuscitation, Department of anesthesiology and intensive care

E. A. Semchenko

Regional State Autonomous Healthcare Institution “Hospital of emergency medical care No. 2”, Koshevogo str., 72, Tomsk

Email: Semchenko-katerina@mail.ru

Russian Federation Anesthesiologist-resuscitator, Department of anesthesiology and intensive care

R. R. Gayfullin

Regional State Autonomous Healthcare Institution “Hospital of emergency medical care No. 2”, Koshevogo str., 72, Tomsk

Email: fake@neicon.ru

Russian Federation Anesthesiologist-resuscitator, Department of anesthesiology and intensive care

A. V. Mun’kin

Regional State Autonomous Healthcare Institution “Hospital of emergency medical care No. 2”, Koshevogo str., 72, Tomsk

Email: tolik2308@sibmail.com

Russian Federation Anesthesiologist-resuscitator, Department of anesthesiology and intensive care

V. E. Shchegolev

Regional State Autonomous Healthcare Institution “Hospital of emergency medical care No. 2”, Koshevogo str., 72, Tomsk

Email: azazello1963@gmail.com

Russian Federation Anesthesiologist-resuscitator, Department of anesthesiology and intensive care

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