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The Chest Cage and Respiratory Function
Blood or Air in the Pleural Space
CATHETER INTRODUCED THROUGH PATIENT TAKES SEVERAL DEEP BREATHS
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102 and Plate accumulation affected side air or blood and/or aorta ARTERY Aspiration of blood assist ventilation atelectasis bleeding blood pressure bottle breath sounds bronchoscopy bronchus cardiac contusion CARDIAC TAMPONADE catheter cause chest injuries chest wall closed-chest compression contraindicate cough cricothyroid cricothyroid membrane cyanotic depend Diagnosis diaphragm early thoracotomy effective ENDOTRACHEAL INTUBATION FLAIL CHEST foreign material heart hemorrhage HEMOTHORAX hyperresonant hypoxia immediate or early injected inserted inspiration inter INTERCOSTAL NERVE BLOCK intrapleural pressure intrathoracic pressure intravenous lacerated LOWER AIRWAY OBSTRUCTION lung MASSIVE HEMOTHORAX mediastinal mediastinum MINIMAL HEMOTHORAX mouth muscle splinting myocardial needle negative pressure occlude opening oropharyngeal airway oxygen pain patient penetrating wound pericardial sac Plate XI pleural cavity pleural space rapid reduced respiration RIB FRACTURES rib or ribs shock sternum suction surgical TENSION PNEUMOTHORAX THORACENTESIS thoracic thoracoacromial artery thoracotomy tion trachea tracheostomy traction trauma TREATMENT tube drainage UNDER-WATER-SEAL UPPER AIRWAY OBSTRUCTION usually venous return ventilatory volume vomitus x-ray