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Assessment of patients with chest injuries
Management of pain
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abdominal adequate air leak airway anaesthesia anaesthetic anoxia aortic rupture aortography artificial ventilation ascending aorta aspiration associated avulsed bleeding blood loss breath bronchial bronchoscopy by-pass cannula cardiac injury catheter cause cent chest injuries chest radiograph chest wall clinical contusion coughing cuff damage delayed diagnosis diaphragm distal drainage endotracheal tube femoral flail chest fluid foreign bodies fractures frequently Gastrografin haemorrhage haemothorax heart herniation hospital incision indicate innominate artery intercostal catheter intermittent positive pressure lacerations later left main bronchus lung majority mediastinal mediastinum mmHg occur oedema oesophagus operation oxygen pain patients penetrating perforation perfusion pericardial tamponade pericardium pleural cavity positive pressure ventilation pulmonary radiological rare readily removal repair reported resection respiratory ribs serious severe stab wound sternum stricture subclavian artery subcutaneous emphysema suction surgeons surgery surgical survival suture tear tension pneumothorax thoracic aorta thoracotomy tracheal tracheostomy tube traumatic aneurysm traumatic rupture treatment undertaken underwater seal usually valve venous vessels