Objective: To investigate the treatment and prognosis effect of pre-hospital emergency care on the patients with acute craniocerebral injury combined with coma. Methods: 70 patients with acute craniocerebral injury combined with coma were selected by prospective analysis method, and were divided into control group(routine emergency care) and research group(pre-hospital emergency care) according to the time of emergency admission. Compared the treatment effect and prognosis of the two groups. Results: The success rate of treatment and good prognosis in the control group were lower than those in the study group, with statistically significant results(P<0.05). Conclusion: The effect of pre-hospital emergency care on the patients with acute craniocerebral injury combined with coma is more ideal, which can improve the success rate of rescue and improve the prognosis, and it is worth of promoting.
Journal of Mathematical Medicine
acute brain injury
pre-hospital emergency care