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Airway management in trauma has been thoroughly elaborated in this V learning lecture. This sqadia.com medical video elaborates the airway assessment, OP and NP airway, tracheal intubation along with the surgery. Additionally, breathing issues, pneumothorax and haemothorax alongside pulmonary trauma has been comprehensively mentioned. Chest trauma, traumatic aortic disruption, tracheobronchial tree injuries and their management has been highlighted.
In the beginning, systemic management, airway and cervical spine along with the airway awareness has been shed light upon. Following this, airway recognition has been brought under consideration. In the end, airway management, chin lift and jaw thrust has been brought under consideration.
Initially, oropharyngeal and nasopharyngeal airway has been elaborated. Additionally, oropharyngeal suction, supraglottic airway devices along with the tracheal intubation has been discussed. Moreover, indications for intubation and needle cricothyroidotomy. Conclusively, surgical airway and its complications have been highlighted.
Primarily, breathing and chest injuries have been conversed about. Furthermore, recognition, management along with the primary survey has been expansively elaborated. Additionally, tension pneumothorax and open pneumothorax diagnosis has been explained. In the end, massive haemothorax and its management has been explicated.
Diagnosis and management of pulmonary contusion and flail chest has firstly been mentioned about in-detail. Furthermore, disruption of tracheobronchial tree alongside the simple pneumothorax has been shed light upon. In the end, haemothorax and its management has been highlighted.
In the beginning, cardiac tamponade, tracheobronchial tree injuries and their management has been brought under discussion. In addition to this, blunt cardiac injury and traumatic aortic disruption has been comprehensively mentioned. Their diagnosis and management strategies have also been reported.