Nasty Magpie: "Magpie attacked victim pecked in eye - Penetrating wound" 2009. Found doily, dye, felt, beads, sequins, cotton, glow-in-the-dark thread. variable dimensions. Photograph Michal ...
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STARZL, TE (1962) Technical refinements in repair of sliding hiatal hernias. Surgery, gynecology & obstetrics, 114. 758 - 759. ISSN 0039-6087 STARZL, TE and BUTZ, GW (1962) Surgical physiology of the transplantation of tissues and organs. The Surgical clinics of North America, 42. 55 - 67. ISSN 0039-6109 STARZL, TE and BUTZ, GW and MEYER, WH and TOROK, EE and DOLKART, RE (1962) Effect in dogs of various portal vein shunts on response to insulin. The American journal of physiology, 203. 275 - 277. ISSN 0002-9513 Starzl, TE and Butz, GW and Brock, DR and Linman, JT and Moss, WT (1962) Canine Liver Homotransplants: The Effect of Host and Graft Irradiation. Archives of Surgery, 85 (3). 460 - 464. ISSN 0004-0010 Starzl, TE and Kaupp, HA and Beheler, EM and Freeark, RJ (1962) The treatment of penetrating wounds of the inferior vena cava. Surgery, 51. 6 - 41. ISSN 0039-6060 Starzl, TE and Kaupp, HA and Beheler, EM and Freeark, RJ (1962) The treatment of penetrating wounds of the inferior vena cava. ...
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Few emergencies pose as great a challenge as neck trauma. Because a multitude of organ systems (eg, airway, vascular, neurological, gastrointestinal) are compressed into a compact conduit, a single penetrating wound is capable of considerable harm.
Few emergencies pose as great a challenge as neck trauma. Because a multitude of organ systems (eg, airway, vascular, neurological, gastrointestinal) are compressed into a compact conduit, a single penetrating wound is capable of considerable harm.
TY - JOUR. T1 - Occult injuries to the diaphragm. T2 - Prospective evaluation of laparoscopy in penetrating injuries to the left lower chest. AU - Murray, James A.. AU - Demetriades, Demetrios. AU - Asensio, Juan A.. AU - Cornwell, Edward E.. AU - Velmahos, George C.. AU - Belzberg, Howard. AU - Berne, Thomas V.. PY - 1998/12/18. Y1 - 1998/12/18. N2 - Background: To evaluate the incidence of occult diaphragmatic injuries and investigate the role of laparoscopy in patients with penetrating trauma to the left lower chest who lack indications for exploratory celiotomy other than the potential for a diaphragm injury. Study Design: Patients with penetrating injuries to the left lower chest who were hemodynamically stable and without indications for a celiotomy were prospectively evaluated with diagnostic laparoscopy to determine the presence of an injury to the left hemidiaphragm. Diagnostic laparoscopy was performed in the operating room under general anesthesia. Results: One-hundred-ten patients ...
MEFIRE, Alain Chichom et al. Analysis of epidemiology, lesions, treatment and outcome of 354 consecutive cases of blunt and penetrating trauma to the chest in an African setting. S. Afr. j. surg. [online]. 2010, vol.48, n.3, pp.90-93. ISSN 2078-5151.. BACKGROUND: The proportion of death and disability related to trauma is increasing in Third-World countries. Thoracic trauma is significantly involved, but few data are available on this issue in African countries with specific local conditions. METHODS: The aim of the study is to analyse the diagnosis and management procedures in thoracic trauma in a typical African country. The records of 354 patients admitted to an emergency unit for chest trauma over a 13-year period were retrospectively analysed. RESULTS: The sample included patients with 231 cases of blunt and 123 of penetrating trauma to the chest; their mean age was 41.86 years, and the male:female ratio was 4.2:1. The majority (N=226) of the injuries were sustained in road traffic ...
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Based on the mechanism of injury, liver trauma is classified as penetrating or blunt. Penetrating wounds, constituting more than half of cases, are typically due to projectiles (such as bullets or shrapnel) or knives.
770 moderately flat, and the jungle was thinned out for an area of about an acre. On the right, on the U.S. Army side of the bridge, a steep hill fell to the water in front and to the road on the side. On the left of the route, the jungle was flat, but very dense. Several dugouts were located on each side of the stream. As Company A crossed the bridge, two heavy enemy machineguns started firing, and, during the course of action for the next 24 hours, 5 men were killed and 11 wounded. The Japanese sustained at least 25 casualties, half definitely killed by rifle and automatic weapons fire and the remainder by mortar and artillery fire.. Case 4.-Multiple, severe penetrating wounds of the upper and lower extremities and of the scrotum. This man, a member of a patrol moving in single file, was struck by the first burst from a Japanese heavy machinegun. He was wounded at 1100 hours on 19 July but managed to pull himself into a dugout where he remained for 30 hours during which time he managed to kill ...
The trouble began a little before February 25, 1975, when a Puerto Rican newspaper first reported the strange animal deaths in the small town of Moca. In Mocas Barrio Rocha, fifteen cows, three goats, two geese, and a pig were found with puncture marks on their bodies, indicating a sharp object of some sort had been inserted into them... and all autopsies showed that the animals were missing every last drop of blood. Despite these two interesting details, police apparently tried to blame the deaths on dogs; meanwhile, the newspapers dubbed the unknown threat el Vampiro de Moca, the "Moca Vampire." By March 7, when a cow was found dead in Mocas Barrio Cruz with penetrating wounds on its skull and scratches around the wounds on its body, the death count had risen to over thirty animals. One theory going around was that the unknown creature was a supernatural bird of some sort, a theory based on one womans report of a strange bird pecking at her rooftop and issuing a terrifying scream. ...
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A puncture wound is a deep wound made by a sharp object such as a nail or a jagged piece of metal or wood. Puncture wounds may be small in diameter and not seem serious; however, they do require treatment by a physician. Puncture wounds may become infected easily because dirt and germs are carried deep into the tissues. Sometimes, infection may be delayed, so it is very important to have your child see a physician for any puncture wound.. ...
PURPOSE : To evaluate penetrating neck trauma for a sensitivity of the clinical examination as an indicator of clinically significant vascular injury, and b cost-effectiveness of performing screening diagnostic angiography. METHODS : The medical records of all patients with penetrating neck trauma presenting at our institution over 4 years were...
TY - JOUR. T1 - Prospective evaluation of screening multislice helical computed tomographic angiography in the initial evaluation of penetrating neck injuries. AU - Inaba, Kenji. AU - Munera, Felipe. AU - McKenney, Mark. AU - Rivas, Luis. AU - De Moya, Marc. AU - Bahouth, Hany. AU - Cohn, Stephen. PY - 2006/7/1. Y1 - 2006/7/1. N2 - BACKGROUND: The optimal management strategy for patients sustaining penetrating neck injury without an urgent indication for operative exploration remains controversial. The objective of this study was to prospectively assess multislice helical computed tomography angiography (MCTA) as a stand alone screening modality for the initial evaluation of hemodynamically stable patients with penetrating neck injuries. Our hypothesis was that MCTA is a sensitive diagnostic screening test that could noninvasively evaluate the vascular and aerodigestive structures of the neck. METHODS: After Institutional Review Board approval, all penetrating neck injuries assessed during a ...
Puncture wound of the ear in children - What is the treatment for puncture wound of the ear? Depends. Most traumatic perforations of the tympanic membrane (ear drum) heal spontaneously. Keep water out of the ear. If there is a hearing loss, vertigo or otorrhea (drainage), you must consult an otologist (ear doctor) for a more specific diagnosis and treatment. You should let us know the preceding event that led to the puncture and how large it is before specific treatment can be considered.
The study reveals a prevalence of 25.8% (CI: 19.6-31.9%) for history of ever having sustained a significant pedal puncture wound since receiving a diagnosis of diabetes mellitus among a representative sample of adult diabetics living in the parish of St. James, Jamaica. The only modifiable variable associated with risk of having sustained a pedal puncture wound after adjustment in a multiple logistic regression model (Table 2) is site of interview/paying status. Site of interview/paying status is ostensibly a measure of the quality of private versus public care and of income (patients do not access severely overcrowded public facilities if they can afford private care). It is doubtful that there is any significant difference in quality between private and public care in relation to foot care or injury prevention instruction. Neither type of facility offered podiatry services and foot care and injury prevention education were better distributed among public patients (though not to a statistically ...
A method for effecting hemostasis at a puncture wound, includes applying pressure proximal to the puncture wound, and directing a cationic biopolymer of glucosamine application surface of a closure pad against the puncture wound with force sufficient to prevent fluid from exiting the puncture wound. Then the pressure proximal to the puncture wound is removed and the force on the closure pad is maintained for at least a first predetermined time period. The force on the closure pad is removed if hemostasis is verified. The puncture wound may then be dressed over the closure pad, and the dressing and the closure pad removed after a second predetermined time period.
TY - JOUR. T1 - Western trauma association critical decisions in trauma. T2 - Penetrating neck trauma. AU - Sperry, Jason L.. AU - Moore, Ernest E.. AU - Coimbra, Raul. AU - Croce, Martin. AU - Davis, James W.. AU - Karmy-Jones, Riyad. AU - McIntyre, Robert C.. AU - Moore, Frederick A.. AU - Malhotra, Ajai. AU - Shatz, David V. AU - Biffl, Walter L.. PY - 2013/12. Y1 - 2013/12. UR - http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?scp=84890042812&partnerID=8YFLogxK. UR - http://www.scopus.com/inward/citedby.url?scp=84890042812&partnerID=8YFLogxK. U2 - 10.1097/TA.0b013e31829e20e3. DO - 10.1097/TA.0b013e31829e20e3. M3 - Article. C2 - 24256663. AN - SCOPUS:84890042812. VL - 75. SP - 936. EP - 940. JO - Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. JF - Journal of Trauma and Acute Care Surgery. SN - 2163-0755. IS - 6. ER - ...
Sperry JL, Moore EE, Coimbra R, et al. Western Trauma Association critical decisions in trauma: penetrating neck trauma. J Trauma Acute Care Surg. 2013;75(6):936-940. [1] ...
Sperry JL, Moore EE, Coimbra R, et al. Western Trauma Association critical decisions in trauma: penetrating neck trauma. J Trauma Acute Care Surg. 2013;75(6):936-940. [1] ...
Puncture wounds are penetrating injuries caused by a pointed object. They are common injuries, particularly to the plantar surface of the foot and other areas of the distal extremities, and occur in all age groups. Infections, ranging from mild soft
Follow the foot and ankle surgeon’s instructions for care of the wound to prevent complications (see “Puncture Wounds: What You Should Do†).. Infection is a common complication of puncture wounds that can lead to serious consequences. Sometimes a minor skin infection evolves into a bone or joint infection, so you should be aware of signs to look for. A minor skin infection may develop in two to five days after injury. The signs of a minor infection that show up around the wound include soreness, redness, and possibly drainage, swelling, and warmth. You may also develop a fever. If these signs have not improved, or if they reappear in 10 to 14 days, a serious infection in the joint or bone may have developed.. Other complications that may arise from inadequate treatment of puncture wounds include painful scarring in the area of the wound or a hard cyst where the foreign body has remained in the wound.. Although the complications of puncture wounds can be quite serious, early and ...
Another name for Heel Puncture Wound is Foot Wound. Common causes of foot wounds include: * Direct blow to the foot * Stepping on an object * Power tools ...
A puncture wound is a deep wound made by a sharp object. This type of wound may become infected easily because dirt and germs are carried deep into the tissues.
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Deep or wide penetrating wounds that have not been sutured need to be rechecked every 24 to 48 hours for the first several days. If the penetrating wound is superficial, rechecking every three to five days until it is healed is advised.. As to prevention, take care when introducing new puppies to households with cats. Discourage your dog from running through dense vegetation. Minimize a visually impaired or blind dogs exposure to dense vegetation. If you are in an area that carries the risk of having debris transmitted to the eyes, like wooded areas, beaches, etc., it would be a good idea to have a bottle of saline eyewash to irrigate foreign debris from the eye.. Most eyes with corneal lacerations or a retained foreign object in the cornea are salvageable. The further back the injury, the poorer the prognosis for retention of vision. Cases that would warrant a poor prognoses, for example, would be an injury to the white, outer membrane of the eyeball, the sclera, or to the fluid part, the ...
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Have it evaluated. Such injuries can potentially be dangerous as one may develop tetanus, or a number of other types of deep infections. Wounds resulting from human or animal bites may be especially prone to infection. If the wound was deep enough they may lead to bone infections. If you develop pain, redness, swelling or other signs of infection seek medical attention ...
First Aid - Removing a Splinter You can remove splinters, larger slivers, and thorns with a needle and tweezers. Check the tweezers beforehand to be certain the ends (pickups) meet exactly. (If they do not, bend them.) Sterilize the tools with rubbing alcohol or a flame. Clean the skin surrounding the sliver briefly with rubbing alcohol before trying to remove it. Be careful not to push the splinter in deeper. If you dont have rubbing alcohol, use soap and water, but dont soak the area if FB is wood (Reason: can cause swelling of the splinter). Remove the splinter:. ...
A device is proposed for inserting hemostatic material through a tissue channel and against the outside wall of a blood vessel of a patient, wherein the blood vessel wall has a puncture therein adjacent the tissue channel. The device includes a charge of hemostatic material and a hollow sheath adapted to pass through the tissue channel, the sheath having a cross sectional profile larger than the puncture. The device places the hemostatic material in the hollow sheath and advances the hemostatic material through the sheath to the outside of the vessel wall around the puncture.
Police have arrested five students for a fight at Annapolis High School, in which one student was taken to a local hospital after being stabbed with a pocket knife.
DTP ( diphtheria, tetanus, pertussis). The diseases- Diphtheria is a bacterial illness that still exists in certain parts of the world but is incredibly rare in North America. It is a very serious upper respiratory illness that can often be deadly. The disease is still present in the Caribbean and Latin America and epidemics have become more common in parts of the former Soviet Union. Tetanus (lockjaw) is a neurological illness that is caused by a bacteria that is widespread in our soil and it is a common misunderstanding that it can only be gotten with a dirty puncture wound. A simple cut in the skin and that comes in contact with soil can lead to this very serious and often deadly illness. The bacteria thrives better without oxygen, so it is true that puncture wounds are particularly worrisome. There are about 100 cases of tetanus per year in the US and about 5 deaths. Pertussis (whooping cough) is a very serious bacterial illness that is difficult to treat with antibiotics (antibiotics are ...
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Trauma is life-threatening injury. Head and neck trauma can occur from numerous causes of injury. Motor vehicle collisions, physical assault, industrial accidents, and sports injuries are all common causes of head and neck trauma.
Objective To investigate the occurrence and treatments of iatrogenic duodenum injury. Methods The causes, management and the therapeutic effectiveness of 15 cases of iatrogenic duodenum injuries from Jan. 1995 to Dec. 2004 were analyzed.Results In 15 patients with iatrogenic duodenum injuries, there were 6 cases of duodenums laceration in cholecystectomy, 3 cases of duodenums penetrating wound in choledocholithotomy, 4 cases of duodenums laceration in the second biliary passage operation and 2 cases of duodenums laceration in radical colectomy. Twelve cases only received single suture repair, 3 T-tube drainage and duodenum repair. Among 3 cases of duodeno-leaks happened after the operations, 2 cases were cured and one died.Conclusion Strengthening surgeons responsibilities and improving the quality of surgeries is the key to prevent iatrogenic duodenum injury. Under the condition of valid decompression in duodenum and drainage in abdominal cavity, the majority of iatrogenic duodenum injuries can be
[Traumatic common carotid-internal jugular fistula: positive aspect].: A 42-year-old man presented with a penetrating neck injury from a pellet gun. Physical ex
University of Texas (UT) system assesses ulcer depth, wound infection and clinical signs of lower-extremity ischemia. UT Wound Classification (1C/2C) was based on grade (0= healed site to 3= penetrating wound to bone or joint) and stage (A= clean wounds to D= ischaemic infected wounds) of wounds. Participants were evaluated at 4 stratums: Stratum 1: Toe pressure,30 mm of mercury (mmHg) and UT grade and stage 1C. Stratum 2: Toe pressure,=30 mmHg and UT grade and stage 1C. Stratum 3: Toe pressure,30 mmHg and UT grade and stage 2C. Stratum 4: Toe pressure,=30 mmHg and UT grade and stage 2C ...
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TY - JOUR. T1 - Hepatic trauma. T2 - Contemporary management. AU - Trunkey, Donald. PY - 2004/4. Y1 - 2004/4. N2 - In the introduction, I posed several questions that were issues/controversies. The answers will probably be interpreted as equally controversial. I do not believe there is strong evidence that the incidence of liver injuries has increased. Diagnostic modalities have contributed to this seeming increase, as well as population increases and the concentration of severe liver injuries in trauma centers, now present in 35 states. I believe there are more blunt injuries now, relative to penetrating injuries. The peak of penetrating injuries occurred in the 1970s and 1980s and lasted almost 2 decades. I believe some authors are overly enthusiastic for nonoperative management. I am particularly critical of authors who do not include all components of the surgical armamentarium into their treatment of severe liver injuries. I also believe that the complications following nonoperative ...
Traumatic Brain Injury - Any injury to the brain sustained after birth. Such injuries include blows to the head, lack of oxygen from suffocation, smoke inhalation or near drowning, hemorrhages, brain tumors, infections and penetrating wounds.
Unfortunately he didnt receive medical treatment for his injuries when the attack occurred," says BC SPCA Sea to Sky manager Marika Donnelly. "By the time he was surrendered to us his condition had worsened." The sweet six-year-old tabby, who Donnelly describes as "an absolute mush ball", suffered a penetrating wound to his eye which has left it damaged beyond repair. In addition to needing surgery to remove his eye, Barnaby suffered facial trauma and has some painful, broken teeth that need to be extracted.. "Hes extremely gentle and quiet; he has a kind disposition and just loves to be cuddled," Donnelly says. "We really hope people will help us get Barnaby the medical care he needs so that we can find him a new loving home as quickly as possible.". The medical costs associated with Barnabys care are expected to reach $1,700. A non-profit organization, the BC SPCA relies primarily on public donations to help the provinces most vulnerable animals.. If you can help Barnaby and other animals ...
View Notes - BOOK4-CH3PhysicsofPenetraitingTrauma from PAR 100 at Miramar College. Volume 4 Chapter 3 Physics of Penetrating Trauma 1. Which of the following statements about stab wounds is true? a.
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Most available studies on venous injuries secondary to penetrating trauma to the lower extremity are retrospective in nature. There is virtually no data available on isolated venous injuries. Except for Borman et al., virtually no one has attempted to diagnose venous injuries preoperatively.[12] Even in this paper, in which 30% of patients had a preoperative venogram, 90% of the patients underwent exploration for the indication of suspected arterial injury. Since most patients with penetrating trauma to the lower extremity get evaluated for the possibility of arterial injury, there is probably an unknown population of patients with normal arterial evaluations and undiagnosed isolated venous injuries. There are no data to show adverse sequelae of missed isolated venous injuries. Thus neither the natural history nor the optimum management of isolated venous injuries is known. It is reasonable to assume that only the isolated injuries that present themselves because of active bleeding need to be ...