liver is biggest dtructure in the ruq
seperated by diaphram which on exhalation is at the 4th and 5th intercostal space
above the twelfth thoracic vertebra.
at the level of the umbilicus.
below the twelfth rib.
at the fifth intercostal space.
vena cava holds blood you would bleed instantly
liver is a vasular solid organ. it bleeds a lot
stop bleeding from the exit wound
Cover the exit wound with a gloved hand.
Cover the abdominal wound with saline-soaked gauze.
Auscultate the patient’s breath sounds
Place a cervical collar on the patient.
they are knees to chest to reduce the contraction of abdominal muscles that would be causing them pain
Prone with hands on the back
Supine with legs extended and toes pointed
Standing with restless movement and pacing
On his side with knees drawn to the chest
ABC. addressing the wound would be done in the secpmndary
provide oxygen via nonrebreather face mask.
quickly look for additional stab wounds.
cover the wound with a nonporous dressing.
examine the patient’s airway.
snoring respirations. manage airway
Start positive pressure ventilation.
Obtain her vital signs
Perform a jaw-thrust maneuver.
Immobilize her to the backboard.
check respirations after the airway has been cleared. ABC;s
examine the abdomen for specific injuries.
check the patient’s respirations.
administer oxygen with a nonrebreather face mask.
obtain a full set of vital signs.
loss of blood too much
Closed head injury
Cover the intestine with saline-soaked gauze.
Immobilize to a long board.
Check the blood pressure.
supine knees flexed to chest...if no spinal trauma
Supine, with knees flexed to his chest
Semi-Fowler’s, to promote adequate breathing
Lateral recumbent with legs extended
Prone, to maintain pressure on the abdomen
gastric juices. large intestine small intrestine. bladder.
Contusion to the pancreas
Stab wound to the small intestine
Bullet injury to the liver
Blunt trauma to the spleen
could have inured all ruq organs and since there is an exit wound it went into the retreoparitineal space. possibly hitting the kidneys and pancreas
Liver, gallbladder, right kidney, small intestine
Liver, gallbladder, right kidney
Liver, gallbladder, right kidney, small intestine, pancreas
kehr sign is reffered pain to the shoulder on the corresponding side of the injury
Hemorrhage from the spleen
Trauma to the right kidney
Damage to the gallbladder
Rupture of the small intestine
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