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3. Pulmonary Contusion and Flail Chest, Management of

Pulmonary Contusion and Flail Chest, Management of Pulmonary Contusion and Flail Chest, Management of - Practice Management Guideline Search » Pulmonary Contusion and Flail Chest, Management of Published 2012 Citation: Authors Simon, Bruce MD; Ebert, James MD; Bokhari, Faran MD; Capella, Jeannette MD; Emhoff, Timothy MD; Hayward, Thomas III MD; Rodriguez, Aurelio MD; Smith, Lou MD Author Information From the Division of Trauma and Critical Care (B.S., T.E.), University of Massachusetts Medical (...) Simon, MD, UMass Memorial Medical Center, Worcester, MA. Statement of Problem Thoracic injury and the ensuing complications are responsible for as much as 25% of blunt trauma mortality. [1] Pulmonary contusion (PC) in turn is the most common injury identified in the setting of blunt thoracic trauma, occurring in 30% to 75% of all cases. [1] Isolated PC may occur consequent to explosion injury, but most patients with multiple injuries have concurrent injury to the chest wall. [2] Conversely, flail

2012 Eastern Association for the Surgery of Trauma

4. Use of troponin for the diagnosis of myocardial contusion after blunt chest trauma

Use of troponin for the diagnosis of myocardial contusion after blunt chest trauma BestBets: Use of troponin for the diagnosis of myocardial contusion after blunt chest trauma Use of troponin for the diagnosis of myocardial contusion after blunt chest trauma Report By: Lorna Jackson - SpR in Emergency Medicine Search checked by Alison Stewart - SHO III in Emergency Medicine Institution: Frenchay Hospital, Bristol Current web editor: shweta gidwani - clincal effectiveness fellow Date Submitted (...) radiograph are normal. You wonder about the benefit of performing a troponin level to aid the diagnosis or exclusion of myocardial contusion. Search Strategy Medline 1966-11/04 using the Ovid interface. [exp Troponin OR troponi$.mp] AND [exp Wounds, Nonpenetrating OR exp Thoracic Injuries OR blunt chest injury.mp OR blunt chest trauma.mp OR blunt thoracic injury.mp OR blunt thoracic trauma.mp] AND [exp Heart Injuries OR myocardial contusion.mp OR cardiac contusion.mp OR myocardial damage.mp OR myocardial

2005 BestBETS

5. A meta-analysis of blunt cardiac trauma: ending myocardial contusion

A meta-analysis of blunt cardiac trauma: ending myocardial contusion Untitled Document The CRD Databases will not be available from 08:00 BST on Friday 4th October until 08:00 BST on Monday 7th October for essential maintenance. We apologise for any inconvenience.

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