Card Set Information
Thoracic ab trauma
Adbominal- thoracic trauma
What is the Skeletal Tissue and structure used for?
stores salts and materials needed for metabolism
What are the 3 parts to a long bone?
epiphysis- very end
metaphysis- growth plate
Diaphysis- Meduallary canal- bone marrow
fibrous covering of disphysis
What is the connective tissue that provides a smooth articulation surface for other bones?
A synarthrosis joint is?
a joint that does not permit movement
Tendons do what?
Tie muscle to bone
Ligaments do what?
Link bone to bone
a strain injury is related to what part of the muscular system?
Tendon- Tie muscle to bone
Comp[artment syndrome is what kind of injury?
What are 2 types of sprains? ( joint injury- ligament)
Dislocation- complete displacement
What is a pesiatric consideration with bone injuries?
The flexible nature of the bone ( greenstick fractures_
What steps are taken when splinting a fracture?
Immobilize the joint above and below
PMS- 3 times
What steps are taken when splinting a Joint?
Immoblize the bones above and below
PMS 3 tiems
a traction splint is used for what fracture?
How do u treat a Humerous fracture?
HOw to do immobilize a gractured ankle?
What is the classic presentation of a Femur neck fracture?
leg/foot rotates laterally ( break out)
What is the classic presentation of a anterior hip dislocation?
leg/foot laterally rotates- head of femur palpated in the injuinal area
What is the calssic presentation of a posterior hip dislocation?
knee flexed- foot rotated internally ( medial)- head of femur burried in buttocks.
What is the superior boundry of the abdominal cavity?
What is the Inferior boundry of the abdominal cavity?
Posterior boundry of ab cav?
Verebral column and posterior and inferior ribs
lateral boundry of the ab cav?
muscles of the flank
anterior boundry of ab cav?
What is the fiberous tissue that surrounds the interior abdonminal cavity what covers most of the small bowels?
Name Solid organs
Liver ( RUQ)
Spleen ( LUQ)
Pancreas ( RUQ)
Kidneys ( lower quad lower part)
Ovaries ( lower quads)
Name Hollow Organs
Stomach ( LUQ)
sm and lg intestines
Gall Bladder ( RUQ)
Bladder half on each side of lower quads
If acid hits the Peritoneum ( fiberous tissue that surrounds the interior of the abdon small bowels) what happens?
Abd becomes rock hard ( acid makes it hard)