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268 Possible Causes for Flail Chest, Prominent Sulci

  • Pneumothorax

    […] but the flail chest dominates the assessment and treatment of that dreaded condition.[] , darkened lung field and prominent heart border.[] Recent findings Age and Injury Severity Score were risk factors for pneumonia and mortality in patients with rib fractures or flail chest.[]

  • Rib Fracture

    Operative chest wall stabilization in flail chest--outcomes of patients with or without pulmonary contusion. J Am Coll Surg 1998 ;187:130–138.[] BACKGROUND: Recently, rib fracture fixation for flail chest has been used increasingly at both academic and nonacademic trauma centers.[] […] comparing flail chest management.’[]

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  • Chest Trauma

    […] review) and surgical intervention (stabilisation of flail chest).[] Many patients with flail chest are now adequately managed without intubation and mechanical ventilation.[] In flail chest, mortality rate is reported between 11 and 40% [15–18]. Our mortality rate for flail chest was 17%, closer to the lower level of this range.[]

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  • Sternal Fracture

    Abstract Background: Flail Chest Injuries (FCI) are one of the most severe thoracic injuries.[] Cohort formation: Unilateral and bilateral flail chest (FC) injuries with and without a concomitant SF, respectively.[] Ninety patients had isolated sternal fracture and 44 sustained in addition fractured ribs, flail chest, pneumo-haemothorax, pneumo-haemomediastinum, some of them experienced[]

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  • Massive Trauma

    Flail chest Flail chest is defined as 3 or more consecutive ribs fractured at 2 sites.[] Breathing Any immediate life-threatening obstacles to breathing, namely tension pneumothorax , open pneumothorax, flail chest , or massive hemothorax , must be identified[] Flail chest is a clinical diagnosis.[]

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  • Cerebro-Costo-Mandibular Syndrome

    Mortality in early age has been high, probably mostly due to respiratory insufficiency secondary to rib abnormalities and flail chest.[] In the brain magnetic resonance imaging, left parieto-frontal cortical sulci, fissure, and basal cistern were prominent.[] The majority of these infants die shortly after birth from respiratory insufficiency and flail chest.[]

  • Chest Wall Injury

    Treatment of flail chest has changed over the years.[] […] fracture bilateral flail chest ( 3 ribs on both sides)[] Bilateral flail chest 5 Advance one grade for bilateral injuries.[]

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  • Pulmonary Contusion

    Surgical fixation of flail chest may be considered in cases of severe flail chest failing to wean from the ventilator or when thoracotomy is required for other reasons.[] Epidural catheter is the preferred mode of analgesia delivery in severe flail chest injury.[] Abstract Background Despite the prevalence and recognized association of pulmonary contusion and flail chest (PC-FC) as a combined, complex injury pattern with interrelated[]

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  • Multiple Injuries

    Abstract The causes of commonly occurring diagnostic oversights in the multiple injured patient are reviewed. A systematic approach to the multiple injured or unconscious patient is offered which includes a standard series of radiographs, "a trauma survey", and knowledge of commonly associated injuries. The[…][]

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  • Flail Chest

    Telltale marks of seat belt A chest x-ray is done to analyze the condition of flail chest.[] The most common causes of flail chest injuries are vehicle collisions, which account for 76% of flail chest injuries.[] From Wikidata Jump to navigation Jump to search No description defined edit Language Label Description Also known as English Flail chest No description defined Statements[]

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