blast trauma

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Noun1.blast trauma - injury caused the explosion of a bomb (especially in enclosed spaces)
harm, hurt, injury, trauma - any physical damage to the body caused by violence or accident or fracture etc.
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Lawrence General Hospital said on its Facebook page it treated 13 people for injuries ranging from smoke inhalation to blast trauma. One of those patients, who was in critical condition, was transported to Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston.
(7) revealed that 72% of combat injuries are due to blast traumas. In our study, 58.33% patients suffered from a blast trauma.
The article presents cases of acute acoustic and blast trauma due to occupational exposure.
Police said an officer who was accompanying the bus on a motorbike was suffering from blast trauma and shock.
BBB damage, signified by immunoglobulin G (IgG), has been characterized following blast trauma but exact mechanisms and time of BBB repair have not been elucidated [30].
Other forensic anthropologists, archaeologists, and pathologists from North America provide 19 case studies of child abuse, blunt force trauma, descents from height, plane crashes, sharp force trauma and dismemberment, gunshot wounds, blast trauma, sexual abuse, and burned body interpretation, and issues like case knowledge, the use of descriptive anatomical language, knowledge of biomechanical processes, collaboration, patterns, contextual information, using geographic information systems (GIS), the influence of animal scavenging, and water immersion.
El trauma por explosivos, tambien denominado BLAST trauma, se divide en cuatro categorias--primario, secundario, terciario y cuaternario--, dependiendo del mecanismo de lesion.
Qiao's nanofoam may someday protect soldiers' brains from blast trauma and prevent blast-induced lung injury.
Conclusion: All patients of blast trauma should have otological assessment and audiometry.
observed that blunt trauma and blast trauma were associated with different profiles, with blast-induced imbalance tending to be constant rather than intermittent, sensitive to the onset of exercise, and less characterized by BPPV.
"That's my job." Back at base, he took some ibuprofen, grumbled over the attention of Navy medical corpsmen checking for blast trauma and took an ordered day off to rest.
They also address blast trauma as a risk factor, behavioral strategies and coping tips, and pediatric cases, and include the Iowa Interview for assessment.