Posted by Veronica from IP 126.96.36.199 on January 03, 2014 at 23:10:48:
In Reply to: trauma Qs 1-5 posted by Veronica on December 16, 2013 at 00:29:48:
Q1 A,E,G,J,L,N (choice A, I think, is for suspecting myocardial contusion, because if there are the knee
prints on the dashboard, then more likely than not he hip his chest on the weal and Radionuclide
angiography is most sensitive here even if Echo and ECG are not specific. Choice N (ventricular
aneurysm) - I cannot come up with any explanations why would we suspect that, however, again,
Radionuclide angiography is the best test to determine it.
Q2 E,G,H,J,L this was pretty clear, for the exam purposes, we should be able to answer this Q correct.
Q3 C,I,J Percutaneus transfemoral angiography? Very little information given to suspect anything, or
should we know what kind of injury the pilots usually get. I will frind out more about it.
Q4 D,F,J stomach injury, as it is upper abdomen, damage of the diaphragm, open pneumothorax to
explain her respiratory distress?
Q5 D,J,F,K esophagus injury and suspect great vessel injury. Everything makes sense to me except for
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