Block_4_Review - • Trauma to the chest (Hemo,...

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Block 4 Review Cerebral perfusion pressure Assessment of a trauma patient Autonomic Hypereflexia Hyperventilation in a head injury patient Anatomy of the spinal column Difference between a hematoma, contusion, abrasion Define compartment syndrome Burns and phases of a burn Pneumatic anti shock garment Index of suspicion Mechanism of injury Entidal CO2 Scenario Anatomy of the Brain Kinetic energy Burn treatment, types of burns, and why they die Trauma assessment Avulsion Anatomy of the skin Needle thorcastomies Radiation Alkali and acidic burns Head and eye trauma Define Ballistics, trajectory, cavitations
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Unformatted text preview: • Trauma to the chest (Hemo, Neumothorax, Cardiac tamponade) • Extremity fractures • Exceleration and deceleration injuries • Elderly trauma • Abdominal trauma • If you have damage to one side of your brain what are your pupils doing • Treatment and caustic substance burns of the airway • Chest trauma x2 • Trauma assessment • Skull fractures (different signs and what you will see with each) • Babinski Reflex • Rule of Nines (adults and peds) • Anatomy of tendons and ligaments (sprains, strains) • Amputation • Proper C-spine • Epidural, subdural...
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This note was uploaded on 03/25/2010 for the course PAR 100 taught by Professor Alan during the Spring '10 term at Miramar College.

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