Describe the injury patterns for blunt abdominal trauma 2 Differentiate Cullen

Describe the injury patterns for blunt abdominal

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1. Describe the injury patterns for blunt abdominal trauma.2. Differentiate Cullen sign, Grey Turner sign, and Kehr sign.3. Describe the process for assessing pelvic stability.4. Define an unstable pelvic fracture and list the presenting clinical findings.
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TNCC Provider Manual Study Guide • 7th Edition September 2016 25 7th Edition Provider Manual Study Guide 5. What is the greatest threat in an unstable pelvic fracture? Describe how to apply a sheet as a pelvic binder.6. Which mechanisms of injury are associated with renal injury?
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TNCC Provider Manual Study Guide • 7th Edition September 2016 26 7th Edition Provider Manual Study Guide Chapter 13 • Spinal Cord and Vertebral Column Trauma 1. Describe the different mechanisms of injury to the vertebral column.2. Differentiate primary and secondary spinal cord injury.3. Differentiate spinal shock from neurogenic shock.4. Describe how the respiratory system is affected by the level of spinal cord injury.
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TNCC Provider Manual Study Guide • 7th Edition September 2016 27 7th Edition Provider Manual Study Guide 5. Differentiate between complete and incomplete spinal cord injury and how sacral sparing is related.6. What assessment findings differentiate neurogenic shock from hypovolemic shock?7. Describe the four types of thoracic vertebral fractures. 1. 2. 3. 4. 8. What criteria allow the trauma patient cervical spinal clearance using NEXUS?
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TNCC Provider Manual Study Guide • 7th Edition September 2016 28 7th Edition Provider Manual Study Guide Chapter 14 • Musculoskeletal Trauma 1. Define the ten types of fractures. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 2. List the assessment findings, most common sites, and treatment for compartment syndrome. Which symptoms are considered early signs? Which is considered the hallmark sign? Which electrolyte is most important?3. What mechanism of injury is commonly associated with rhabdomyolysis? What organ is most often affected?
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TNCC Provider Manual Study Guide • 7th Edition September 2016 29 7th Edition Provider Manual Study Guide 4. List the six assessment P’s of musculoskeletal trauma. 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 5. Define residual limb. 6. Describe the care of an amputated part.
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TNCC Provider Manual Study Guide • 7th Edition September 2016 30 7th Edition Provider Manual Study Guide Chapter 15 • Surface and Burn Trauma 1. Define the following terms: Abrasion Avulsion Contusion Hematoma Laceration Puncture 2. Describe interventions for frostbite.
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TNCC Provider Manual Study Guide • 7th Edition September 2016 31 7th Edition Provider Manual Study Guide 3. Describe signs of burns to the airway that may indicate airway edema.4. What burn injuries meet the criteria for admission to a burn center?5. What complications are associated with electrical burns?6. Discuss the importance of temperature regulation with burns.
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