Question: 517There are many complications from cardiac contusions. Which of the following is not considered one ofthem? A. Cardiogenic shockB. Congestive heart failureC. Hypovolemic shockD. Thrombus formationAnswer: CExplanation: Complications of cardiac contusions include arrhythmias, cardiogenic shock, depressed ventricular wall motion,congestive heart failure, and thrombus formation/embolism. Hypovolemic shock is not a complication of a cardiaccontusion. Hypovolemic shock occurs with large blood loss. Question: 518What is the data-collection system that is composed of uniform data elements that describe the injuryevent,demographics, prehospital information, diagnosis, care and outcomes of injured patients?
Question: 519Which type of incomplete cord syndrome is the most common and usually occurs as a result ofhyperextensioninjuries or interrupted blood supply to the cord?
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