4H&PCC: s/p MVAHPI: pt 30y/o male in comes to the ED after an MVA with multiple injuriesPMHx/PSHx: insignificantMeds: noneAllergies: none
5Physcical Exam BP 110/85, HR 115, RR 32 Neuro: in C-collar, GCS 10 (E3V3M4)CVS: tachycardic,Resp/chest: dyspnea, tachypneic, tenderness on right chest, CTA bilat, decreased inspiratory excursionABD: nondistended, soft, tender in right upper quadrantEXT: 18g IV in left AC and 16g IV right AC, moves all 4 ext, deformity of left thigh, tender to palpation, pulses intact
7Physcical Exam BP 110/85, HR 115, RR 32 Neuro: in C-collar, GCS 10 (E3V3M4)CVS: tachycardic,Resp/chest: dyspnea, tachypneic, tenderness on right chest, CTA bilat, decreased inspiratory excursionABD: nondistended, soft, tender in right upper quadrantEXT: 18g IV in left AC and 16g IV right AC, moves all 4 ext, deformity of left thigh, tender to palpation, pulses intact
8Injury Survey Small subdural hematoma over right frontal lobe Right sided rib fractures 5-8Lung contusionLiver contusionLeft femur fracture
9Operating Room Ventilator 10 cc/kg, 10 Resp/min Isoflurane Arterial line and introducerFour units packed red blood cellsConservative mx for liverOff to SICU for continued mx
36Ventilator Strategies High PEEP early – 16 cm H2OWatch plateau pressure <35 cm H2OLow tidal volume – 6-8 cc/kgBe careful with manual ventilationHypercapniaPressure controlled ventilation
37For Longer Term Care Treat underlying infections Proning ECMO Trach ‘em earlyNO!Steroids?
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