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Today’s Outline. Skit: Part II Break into groups -Discuss the case Kavita’s INTERACTIVE review Dayo’s Picture review Questions??? Debriefing/Feedback . SECONDARY. PRIMARY.

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Today’s Outline

  • Skit: Part II
  • Break into groups
      • -Discuss the case
  • Kavita’s INTERACTIVE review
  • Dayo’s Picture review
  • Questions???
  • Debriefing/Feedback
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SECONDARY

PRIMARY

In a traumatic brain injury event, the ___________ injury is often more damaging than the ___________ head injury.

A blow to the side of the head, like what happened to Jared in the football game, can fracture the ___________. This can cause ___________ inside the skull.

TEMPORAL BONE

BLEEDING

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It is easier for a blow to the side of the head to fracture your ___________ if you are not wearing a helmet. (So ALWAYS wear a ___________ when playing contact sports or riding a bike, and make sure it is ___________!!)

TEMPORAL BONE

HELMET

FASTENED

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The three layers that envelop the brain are called ___________. In order from closest to the brain to farthest from the brain they are:

1. ___________

2. ___________

3. ___________

MENINGES

PIA MATER

ARACHNOID

DURA MATER

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Jared’s secondary injury is an ___________ hematoma. This means ___________ has accumulated between the ___________ mater and the ___________.

Brain volume can increase with ___________, blood volume in the brain can increase with ___________. The brain can only swell up to a point, however, before it is stopped by the ___________.

EPIDURAL

BLOOD

DURA

SKULL

SWELLING

BLEEDING

SKULL

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A build up of ___________ can increase intra___________ pressure. This can cause the brain to ___________ and push through the ___________ ___________, which can damage the ___________ ___________ .

BLOOD

CRANIAL

HERNIATE

FORAMEN

MAGNUM

BRAIN

STEM

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The brain stem is responsible for things we do automatically, that we need to keep us alive, such as:

1. ___________

2. ___________

3. ___________

4. ___________

So if ___________ pressure increases, and the brain ___________ through the foramen ___________, a person’s ___________, ___________, ___________ , and ___________ will be affected.

BREATHING

HEART RATE

BLOOD PRESSURE ADJUSTMENTS

CONCIOUSNESS/AROUSAL

INTRACRANIAL

HERNIATES

BREATHING

MAGNUM

HEART RATE

BLOOD PRESSURE

CONCIOUSNESS

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A Neurological exam includes testing:

  • ___________ ___________
  • ___________
  • ___________
  • ___________
  • ___________

CRANIAL

NERVES

SENSATION

STRENGTH

REFLEXES

GAIT (HOW A PERSON WALKS/BALANCE)

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There are ___________ cranial nerves. Because the cranial nerves exit the brain near the ___________ ___________ , testing them can give a doctor/nurse/paramedic valuable information about the status of the ___________ ___________.

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BRAIN

STEM

BRAIN

STEM

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Jared has increased intra___________ pressure from a buildup of ___________ in his ___________ space. Increased ___________ pressure can cause something called a ___________ Response. A ___________ Response includes:

1. ___________ blood pressure

2. ___________ heart rate

3. ___________ breathing or respirations

CRANIAL

BLOOD

EPIDURAL

INTRACRANIAL

CUSHING’S

CUSHING’S

INCREASED

DECREASED

IRREGULAR