Prise En Charge Des Victimes Du Conflit Armé Du Nord Mali Dans Les Hôpitaux De Niamey

  • Chaibou MS Département d’Anesthésie-RéanimationUrgences-Hôpital National de Niamey - Niger
  • James Didier L. Département de chirurgie - Hôpital National de Niamey
  • Daddy H. Département d’Anesthésie-Réanimation-UrgencesHôpital National de Niamey - Niger
  • Salissou Abou A.N. Département d’Anesthésie-Réanimation-UrgencesHôpital National de Niamey - Niger
  • Rhissa M. Département de chirurgie - Hôpital National de Niamey
  • Gagara M. Département d’Anesthésie-Réanimation-UrgencesHôpital National de Niamey - Niger
  • Garba I. Département de chirurgie - Hôpital National de Niamey
  • Coulibaly Y. Département Anesthésie-Réanimation Hôpital Point G – Bamako - Bénin
  • Sani R. Département de chirurgie - Hôpital National de Niamey

Abstract

Objectives: The aims of this study was to evaluate the management of lesions in victims of the malian conflict patients admitted to Niamey hospitals. Methods: A retrospective study was conducted in Niamey hospitals from January 1st, 2012 to December, 31th, 2013. Data collected included âge, sex, means of transport, topography of trauma, treatment and outcome. Results: The sample included fifty one (51) patients. All patients were male; the mean age was 29,5 years ± 9 years, ranging from 17-71 years. The age between 26 and 35 were most affected in 47% of cases (24 patients), soldiers represented 72.54% (37 patients); and civils 27.45% (14 patients). 74.50% of our patients (38) were been transported in Niamey by aircraft. The trauma concerned the members in 54.90% (28 cases), canio facial in 17.60% (9 cases), abdomen in 11.80% (6 cases). We observed only one polytrauma. 66.66% (34) of patients were injured by firearms, 29.41% (15) by accidents of roads, 3,93% by burn (2 patients). The lesions found were bone in 41.17% (21 patients), skin-muscle in 35.29% (18 patients), visceral in 9.80% (5 patients). Five patients died (9.80%). Conclusion: the internationalization of conflicts requires a reorganization of the care by involving all the nearness health structures in order to ensure adequate care and neutrality.

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Published
2017-06-30
How to Cite
MS, C., L., J. D., H., D., A.N., S. A., M., R., M., G., I., G., Y., C., & R., S. (2017). Prise En Charge Des Victimes Du Conflit Armé Du Nord Mali Dans Les Hôpitaux De Niamey. European Scientific Journal, ESJ, 13(18), 204. https://doi.org/10.19044/esj.2017.v13n18p204