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Introduction to the Accident and Emergency Department
The management of the severely injured patient
Xrays in the Accident and Emergency Department
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abdominal pain abscess Accident and Emergency acute airway anaesthesia anaesthetic antibiotic applied arterial bandage bleeding blood bone burns cannula cardiac Casualty Officer cause cervical cetrimide Chapter 25 chest child clinical condition damage diagnosis diazepam dislocation distal distress dressing drugs elbow Emergency Department endotracheal endotracheal tube Entonox Figure film finger flexed flexion fluid foreign body fracture haemorrhage hand head injury heal hospital humerus immediately incision indicated infection intravenous intubation joint junior doctor knee lacerations lesion ligament limb manipulation movement muscle necessary neck needle nerve normal nursing obstruction occur oedema orthopaedic Paediatric palpation paracetamol parents patella patient physical examination plaster of Paris poisoning possible present pressure procedure produce radiological removed respiratory result resuscitation rupture shoulder skin spine splint staff subclavian vein surgeon surgical sutures swelling symptoms tenderness tendon tetanus therapy tracheotomy transfusion trauma treatment urine usually vein vomiting wound wrist X-ray X-ray examination