Case 32 Part 2



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What's inside?


 

Y-shaped incision
Subcutaneous fat
Hernia repair
Scarring
CPR effect
Rib fracture
Rib contusion




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Discussion Questions


 

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1. Why are there sutures in the abdomen?
 
 
2. What kind of hernias are there, in general?
 
 
3. What complications of hernias can there be, in general?
 
 
4. What CPR-related trauma is present?
 
 
5. Why is there CPR-related trauma on the right if the heart is on the left?
 
 
6. What kind of trauma can result from CPR, in general?




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