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In addition to direct pressure, tourniquets, and immobilizing fractures, what is considered most effective when controlling hemorrhage?
hemo-static agents
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Traumatic Hip fractures are typically treated surgically with an ORIF. What does this stand for?
Open Reduction Internal Fixation
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it’s estimated that 10-20% of pts who have hip fractures will what within 1 year of injury
will die bc of medical complications caused by fracture or resulting immobility
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The authors considered the level of trauma associated with hip fractures. Which trauma level(s) were used to identify a hip fracture for this study?
Low trauma Moderate trauma
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what are clinical manifestations of scalp injuries and skull fractures
hemorrhage from nose/ears, ecchymosis over mastoid (battle sign), CSF otorrhea/rhinorrhea(basilar skull fracture)
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surgical repair is preferred method for what types of fractures
of managing intracapsular and extracapsular hip fractures -permits early mobilization and decreased the risk of major complications
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what are types of skull fractures
linear, depressed, simple, open or closed
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A condition in which bones become weak and brittle and the sufferer is at an increased risk for fractures is known as
Which of the following is a modifiable risk factor for osteoporosis? a. Family history b. Fractures as an adult c. Body weight d. Age
c. Body weight
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A 16-month-old child was an unrestrained front seat passenger in a motor vehicle crash. The chest x-ray reveals multiple rib fractures. These findings suggest what type of injury? A. Minor surface injury. B. Significant underlying injury. C. Significant surface injury. D. Minor underlying injury.
B. Significant underlying injury.
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