Nazia Yousuf
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pneumothorax assessment reveals decreased respiratory excursion on side affected; possible bulging of intercostals; tracheal deviation and/or mediastinum shift (tension - toward unaffected lung; others - toward affected lung); hyperresonance; decreased/absent breath sounds; abnormal ABGs, CXR, hypercapnia, hypoxemia

pneumothorax assessment reveals decreased respiratory excursion on side affected; possible bulging of intercostals; tracheal deviation and/or mediastinum shift (tension - toward unaffected lung; others - toward affected lung); hyperresonance; decreased/absent breath sounds; abnormal ABGs, CXR, hypercapnia, hypoxemia

There are differences between Type I and Type II, this wonderful poster lays it all down showing which is which, as well

There are differences between Type I and Type II, this wonderful poster lays it all down showing which is which, as well