If there was an ability to use these variables to predict a hemothorax then we

If there was an ability to use these variables to

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ways to prevent the subsequent hemothroax from occurring. My patient had 7 fractured ribs, which were graded at a grade II, and I assume they were a lateral fracture as she was hit from her left side. If we used this predictably scale from the research then we would have seen that my patient was at high risk for developing a hemothorax and the hospital could have possibly taken measures to prevent the hemothorax from occurring. ResourcesAckley, B.J., Ladwig, G.B., & Mackic, M.B. (2017). Nursing Diagnosis handbook: an evidenced based guide to planning care (11thed.). St. Louis: ElsevierKarch, Amy Morrison. Lippincott Nursing Drug Guide. Wolters Kluwer, 2015. Linogao, Lilian. “Pleural Effusion - Case Study.” Scribd, Scribd, .McLoughlin, R., Mulcahy, R., Kent, P. et al. I.J.M.S. (1987) 156: 117. UMKC School of Nursing and Health Studies Fall 2014
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Porth, C., & Gaspard, K.J. (2015). Essentials of Pathophysiology: concepts of Altered Health Status (4thed.). Philadelphia: Wolters KluwerUMKC School of Nursing and Health Studies Fall 2014
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