Abdominal injury and Management. Dr Wong Wai Man Department of Surgery NTWC 29 Apr 2009. Mechanism. Blunt abdominal trauma Penetrating abdominal trauma Overall about 20% require surgical operation. Blunt abdominal trauma. Motor vehicle crush MVC injury Seat belt injuryBy lanza
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WOUND. CARE. Presentation by: Scott Michel, MA, ATC Head ATC, Kalamazoo College. Outline of Presentation. We will discuss, digest, interpret, investigate how much we (as in you all) know about the tissue injury cycle and how it relates to healing.
WOUND. Ulfa Camelia Indiasari Forensic and Medicolegal Deapartment Faculty of Medicine Hasanuddin University. Classification. Thermal Injury and Electrocution. DiMaio Vincent J, DiMaio Dominick. Forensic Pathology 2nd Ed. 2001.
Factor influencing wound healing. Local factorsTissue traumaHematoma - associated with higher infection rateBlood supplyTemperatureInfectionTechnique and suture materials only importantwhen factors 1-5 have been controlledGeneral factorsSystemic effect of steroidsNutritionUncontrolled D
Wound Healing, Wound Types, Wound Dressings, & Drainage Devices. ST230 Concorde Career College. Wound Types & Wound Healing. Objectives: List and define the four types of wound classifications and provide examples of wound types for each category.
Wound Healing and the Problem Wound. Frederick N. Eko , MD Senior Fellow Division of Plastic Surgery Tulane University School of Medicine. History of Wound Healing. 1700 BC Papyrus: Lint/animal grease/honey 100 BC Egypt: Wound closure preserved soul 1000 AD Gun Powder
Wound Healing and The Problem Wound. Manal E. Alotaibi. Contents. Definition Types of wound closure Phases of Wound Healing Impaired Wound Healing: Local factors &systemic factors Excessive Healing. Definition .
Wound Assessment. Guidelines ? EUAP; Clearinghouse; HSE 2009 Assessment tools ? Wound bed preparation; TIME; Colour classification; Applied wound managementContinuum of healing ? Pathology of the wound V Physiology of wound healing. Wound Terminology. Pathology of wounds ? Slough; necrosis Phy
Wound Healing. Tulane University Division of Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery. Presentation Overview. Wound H ealing History Phases Factors Influencing Adjuncts to Wound Healing Fetal Wound Care Principles Dressings Abnormal Scarring Exotic Injuries. History of Wound Care.
Wound Management. Emergency Medicine Core Curriculum. Presentation/History. Clinical Features of Wounds Age of wound: > 6 hours < Configuration: Stellate vs. linear Depth: > 1 cm. < Mechanism of Injury: Missile, crush, burn frostbite Sharp surface
Wound Management. UNC Emergency Medicine Medical Student Lecture Series. Goals of Wound Care. Facilitate hemostasis Decrease tissue loss Promote wound healing Minimize scar formation. Mechanism of Injury. Wounds are caused by three different types of forces Shear Compressive Tensile.