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Name Instructor Subject Date Chest Wall Trauma: Etiology Clinical Assessment and Management Rib Fracture Definition: a break or crack in one of the rib cage bones or a break in the cartilage Etiology: motor vehicle accident fall assault industrial accident. Patient Assessment (Information gathering) Primary Assessment Deep breathing Pain sensation on fractured site. Press on the injured area Pain sensation Bend or twist your body Pain sensation Secondary Assessment X-ray Shows damage on affected area Lacerated or torn spleen Aorta Severe fracture in one of first three ribs could rapture the aorta or major blood vessel Osteonecrosis blood flow to a bone is disrupted part of the bone may die. Treatment/Management Healing begins immediately as immune system cells move to injured area to remove damaged tissues. in the center of the chest Etiology: deceleration injuries and blunt anterior chest trauma Patient Assessment (Information gathering) Primary Assessment Patient presentation complain of localized pain to the sternum worse on movement inspiration and expiration Physical examination soft tissue swelling and bruising Secondary Assessment Computed tomography (CT) Assess patients with sternal fractures for associated injuries such as pulmonary contusion pneumothorax or retrosternal hematoma. Lateral radiograph detecting sternal fractures and for determining the degree of displacement Ultrasonography demonstrate fractures of the sternum Treatment/Management Initial management; supplemental oxygen cardiac monitoring analgesia Surgical intervention for patients with difficulty managing pain and unstable fractures Works Cited McNeily Scott. Kettering National Seminars Respiratory Therapy Review Certification & Written Registry Examinations Study Guide and Workbook. New York: Kettering National Seminars 2007. Print. [...]

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i uploaded how it should look like and what types of chest wall injuries to use examples, Rib fracture Pneumothorax Flail chest Pulmonary contusion Cardiac tamponade Blunt cardiac injury Hemothorax Tracheobronchial injury Sternal fracture Myocardial rupture,Hemopneumothorax it can be simple and bulletin like the uploads and each a its own Pathophysiology etc...you can use the reference i uploaded or use peer reviewed Pathophysiology Etiology Pathophysiology Clinical Features Diagnosis Treatment Prevention Diagnosis References

Subject Area: Health Care

Document Type: Dissertation

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03.05.2018

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