Chapter 5 Soft-Tissue Trauma. Topics . Introduction to Soft Tissue Injury Anatomy and Physiology of Soft-Tissue Injury Pathophysiology of Soft-Tissue Injury Dressing and Bandage Materials Assessment of Soft-Tissue Injuries Management of Soft-Tissue Injuries.
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Apply in a way that will not injure tissue beneath it.
Use something at least 2” wide.
Consider using a blood pressure cuff.
Write TQ and time placed on patient’s forehead.
Use unless you cannot control the bleeding via other means.
Use rope or wire.
Release it once applied.Management of Soft-Tissue Injury (2 of 4)Tourniquet