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Science Eportfolio Powerpoint
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Science Eportfolio Powerpoint
Science Eportfolio Powerpoint
Science Eportfolio Powerpoint
Science Eportfolio Powerpoint
Science Eportfolio Powerpoint
Science Eportfolio Powerpoint
Science Eportfolio Powerpoint
Science Eportfolio Powerpoint
Science Eportfolio Powerpoint
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  • 1. Done by: Mervin Lim P enetrating C hest W ound
  • 2. A genda Introduction Conclude
    • Definition
    • Causes
    Treatment
    • Symptoms
    • Steps
    • Rationale
  • 3. P enetrating C hest W ound
  • 4. C auses
  • 5. S ymptoms
    • Sound of air being sucked in the wound
    • Difficult painful breathing that is rapid, shallow and uneven
    • Crackling feeling around the wound
    • Coughing out frothy red blood
    • Blood bubbling out of the wound
    • Veins in neck becoming prominent
    • Anxiety
  • 6. T reatment
    • Vs
  • 7. Difference and Similarities Conscious Unconscious Similarities
    • Both requires tilting of casualty to injured side
    • Both require stopping of blood and one way valve immediately
    • Both require full body checkup
    • Both requires tilting of casualty to injured side
    • Both require stopping of blood and one way valve immediately
    • Both require full body checkup
    Differences
    • Casualty can sit on chair or floor, hence can be tilted while treating
    • Requires cervical spinal collar at first
    • Casualty may have trauma and hence, do not tilt while treating
    • Requires removal of collar and tilting to recovery, to injured side
  • 8. B asic Precautions
  • 9. 1) 2)
  • 10.
    • How?
    STOP ALL BLEEDING WOUNDS FIRST GAUZE OR LINT 1) Tension pneumothorax!
  • 11. GAUZE OR LINT
  • 12. Full Body Checkup
    • Head
    • Neck
    • Spine
    • Monitor Vitals
    • Collar bone
    • Arms + Quick capillary refill
    • Ribs
    • Hips
    • Limbs
    2)
  • 13. C onclusion
    • What?
    • What exactly is PCW
    • -Definition
    • -Causes
    • 2. Treatment for PCW
    • -Diagnosis
    • -Basic precautions
    • -Treatment and rationale
  • 14. The End! Thank you!

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