Vital indications

Vital indications (living conditions) - features of disease, injury, or the General state of the organism, which shows the immediate, often surgical interventions to save the patient's life. The most important vital indications: obstructive apnea (see), increasing blood loss for exterior and internal bleeding (see), outdoor and valve pneumothorax (see), perforation or wounding of hollow organs of the abdominal cavity and urinary tract, is rapidly increasing compression of the brain hematoma or abscess (see the brain, brain injury), the state of agony and clinical death in the cases allowed resuscitation (see the Revival of the body), with acute heart failure, pulmonary edema, etc.