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Chapter Page 1 The Healing of Wounds
Blood Loss and Shock
The General Complications of Injury
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accident airway allow anaesthesia anaesthetist applied artery bandage become bladder bleeding blood loss blood pressure blood volume body bone ends brain broad arm sling bruising burn capillaries catheter cause central venous pressure chest wall circulation complications damage drugs elderly embolism femur fluid fracture function gas gangrene Glasgow Royal Infirmary haematoma HAEMOTHORAX head injury healing hospital humerus immobilisation important infection internal fixation intravenous involved joint kidney knee lower limb lung maintain mid-brain mobilisation muscle neck nerve NEUROGENIC SHOCK normal nurse occurs open operation orthopaedic oxygen pain patient pelvis periosteum plasma plaster cast plaster of Paris pleural cavity possible prevent pull reduced removed respiration respiratory ribs shock simple skeletal traction skin graft skull soft tissues spinal cord spine splint splintage suction surgeon surgery surgical suture swelling tendon tension pneumothorax tetanus tibia tracheostomy transfusion treatment trolley tube unconscious usually veins venous violence weight wool wound X-ray