Flashcards in Trauma Deck (31):
At what hemorrhage class will blood pressure start to drop?
Indication for thoracotomy for massive hemothorax
>1500 ml initial output
>200 ml/hr x 4 hrs
Zone II neck injury, (+) signs/symptoms
urgent exploration without imaging
Which cardiac injury has a higher chance of survival: stab wound or gun shot wound?
After EDT, patient must have a systolic blood pressure of at least __ to be considered resuscitable and hence transported to OR
A patient with blunt trauma and had pre-hospital CPR for at most __ minutes can undergo EDT.
A patient with penetrating trauma and had pre-hospital CPR for at most __ minutes can undergo EDT.
management for hemodynamically stable anterior abdominal gunshot wound
immediate laparotomy without imaging
Which odontoid fracture is stable?
A. tip of dens
B. base of dens
C. body of C2
tip of dens
3 more contiguous ribs are fractured in 2 or more locations
cardiac tamponade: volume
Massive hemothorax in pediatric patients
> 1/3 of blood volume
How much of blood must be lost before patient becomes hypotensive?
1500 ml or 30%
Target bleeding paramaters
INR < 1.5
PTT < 45 sec
Platelt > 100,000
Cervical zone II gun shot wound, asymptomatic
imaging + OR
Cervical zone II injury, not gun shot wound, asymptomatic
DPL: RBC cut-off for anterior abdominal stab wound
DPL: RBC cut-off for thoracoabdominal stab wound
> 0.01 mg/dl
contraindication to cricothyroidotomy
< 8 years old
blood loss per 1 rib fracture
blood loss for tibial fracture
blood loss for femoral fracture
blood loss for pelvic fracture
Hypotension in trauma
<110 mmHg SBP