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Trauma patient

Trauma Patient

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Optimum limit of time between the moment of injury and surgery at the hospital Golen Hour
Quick assessment of the head, neck, chest, abdomen, pelvis, extemities, and posterior of the body to detect signs and symptoms of injury Rapid Trauma Assessment
Cooperation of crew members each knowing their role and working together to manage the serious patient Multiple Trauma Patient
Patient with more than one serious injury Mechanism of Injury
Swelling caused by a collection of blood inder the skin or in damaged tissues as a result of an injured or broken blood vessel Hematoma
Inability of the blood to adequetly circulate blood to the body's cells to supply them with oxygen and nutrients Hypoprofusion
A procedure designed to move a patient in a hurry when the situation of saftey warrants it Emergency move
Created by: Kellene