Chest Injuries. Main Causes of Chest Trauma. Blunt Trauma - Blunt (direct) force to chest. Penetrating Trauma - Projectile that enters chest causing small or large hole. Compression Injury - Chest is caught between two objects and chest is compressed. Chest wall injuries. Rib fracturesBy cece
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Chest trauma. Definition It is either blunt or penetrating Blunt: by sudden compression or positive pressure inflicted to the chest wall Penetrating: When a foreign object penetrate the chest wall. Pathophysiology. 1- most common blunt trauma is motor vehicle crashes
37. Chest Trauma. Objectives. Review annual injury and death rates for chest trauma victims. Understand pathophysiologic changes that occur with chest trauma. Discuss common signs and symptoms. Identify current treatment modalities for the patient with chest trauma. Introduction.
Chest Trauma. By Dr. Samir Abdallah M.D Prof. of Cardio-Thoracic Surgery Cairo University. Chest Trauma. Epidemiology.
Chest trauma. penetrating & blunt. Injuries to the Chest. Open Chest Injuries Caused by penetrating trauma Closed Chest Injuries Caused by blunt trauma. Failure of the chest to expand normally Rapid, weak pulse and low blood pressure Cyanosis around the lips or fingernails.
CHEST TRAUMA. RIFLES LIFESAVERS. Heart Lungs Major vessels Thoracic Cage Ribs, thoracic vertebrae and sternum. CHEST ANATOMY. BLUNT TRAUMA Motor vehicle accidents Auto vs. pedestrian Falls Blast injuries. PENETRATING TRAUMA Gunshot wounds Stab wounds Shrapnel wounds.
Chest Trauma. 19 th April 2013 Kenyatta National Hospital Dr. Josiah Ruturi Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgeon. Approximately 150,000 people die each year in the United States as a result of trauma. 25% of the deaths can be directly related to thoracic injury.
Chest Trauma. Objectives. Anatomy of Thorax Main Causes of Chest Injuries S/S of Chest Injuries Different Types of Chest Injuries Treatments of Chest Injuries. Anatomy of the chest. Two Lungs (right and left). Heart. Diaphragm. Anatomy of the chest. Pleural Space. Anatomy of the chest.
Chest Trauma. Espanola Valley Emergency Medical Services Espanola, NM. Factoids. 25% of trauma deaths 10% require surgery. Classifications. By mechanism penetrating blunt By injury. The chest - what’s in there?. Chest wall Pleura Lungs Mediastinum Diaphragm. Key Anatomy review.
Chest Trauma. Dr.seyed mostafa shiryadi Associate professor of surgery Shahid sadoghi university YAZD-IRAN. Objectives. Anatomy of Thorax Main Causes of Chest Injuries S/S of Chest Injuries Different Types of Chest Injuries Treatments of Chest Injuries. Anatomy of the chest.
CHEST TRAUMA. CHEST TRAUMA. Second leading cause of trauma death 20 % of all trauma deaths 50% of trauma patients presenting to ER in respiratory distress will die If in respiratory distress and shock 75% will die. INITIAL SURVEY. Examine chest immediately after ABC’s