Bruising of the heart
Traumatology / / May 17, 2016
heart Bruising most often defined in victims in car accidents and falls from a height, it can be expected in case of damage of the chest, pelvis, legs and skull.
Clinically bruised heart manifests itself in the form of Syndrome cardiac gipotsirkulyatsii, which is characterized by: pain in the heart, anxiety, fear, choking sensation, numbness of fingers, weakness, confusion, earthy gray with a bluish tint the color of the skin, skin moisture, coldsweat.Major veins are swollen, may periodically pulsate.The appearance of signs of pulmonary edema facilitates the diagnosis.
valuable is to define the nature of the pulse: weak content, arrhythmia, severe tachycardia, a small pulse pressure.Detailed information on the existence and nature of heart disease gives ECG (signs typical of myocardial infarction) observed a decrease in blood and increase of central venous pressure.
threat of sudden cardiac death in severely affected with multiple injuries related: a reflex factor (for example, during intubation, suc
- overlay abdominal organ injuries
- Technique harness
- assistance program to victims with polytrauma
- Transportation injury
- struggle with pain in injuries
- spinal injuries in conjunction with liver damage and spleen
- Bilateral dislocations of hip
- Bilateral fractures of the fibula
- damage to abdominal organs and limbs
- first aid for injuries complicated burns
termination circulatory show: loss of consciousness, drop in blood pressure to zero, the disappearance of pulsationcarotid arteries, absence of heart sounds, respiratory arrest, the maximum dilation of the pupils with the disappearance of their reaction to light, areflexia, the appearance of fibrillation of the heart muscle or asystole on the electrocardiogram.
harbinger of heart failure may be an abrupt change in the expressed tachycardia to bradycardia, as well as strengthening the pallor of the skin and mucous membranes ( "deathly" pallor).