bacteria growth in tissues. causes inflammatory response and a collection of pus from cell death
antibiotics and draining of abscess under sedation, flush wound. wound is left to heal and drain out to prevent reoccurrence.
clean cut caused by sharp object
tearing of tissue, uneven edges. contamination likely
superficial wound. possible embedded dirt and foreign bodies.
ruptured capillaries under skin's surface (bruising). may be associated with deeper injuries
small external wound often linkes to deeper damage
depends on gun. may be small but with significant internal damage
treat for shock and blood loss first. cover in sterile dressing. clip wound area. remove contaminating material. flsuh with saline solution. wound is sutured and dressed.
no break in skin
wound penetrated skin and fracture ends are open to the outside
pain, swelling, heat. loss of function. visible deformity, crepitus.
anaesthesia to get radiographs- two views taken for diagnosis
fracture line goes straight across bone
line curves around bone
more than one fracture lines- two fragments
bone fragments forced into one another
incomplete bone fracture
line at an angle
pins, plates, screws
incision into stomach
incision into intestines
section of intestine removes, two ends reconnected
opening abdomen, locating foreign body, making incision and removing object
low volume of blood
one descended testicle
difficulty giving birth