Background of Plan
Suppression of central nervous system and carcinogen when it absorbed by the body.
Routes of absorption : Eye, skin contact
Symptoms : headache, dizziness, nausea, fatigue, vomiting, diarrhea, sweating
Addiction : Causing pupils narrowing, bronchial spasms, bronchial fistula, muscle spasms, respiratory failure, central nervous system disorders, psych
Isolated pulmonary contusion is associated with a mortality of up to 25 per cent, and a mortality of 50 per cent when associated with ARDS.
To determine whether the accurate measurement of isolated pulmonary contusion, using helical CTscanning, can be used to predict those patients which will succumb to respiratory failure early in their hospital course.
Adequate level of care
The respiratory system serves a dual purpose: delivering oxygen to the pulmonary capillary bed from the environment and eliminating carbon dioxide from the blood stream by removing it from the pulmonary capillary bed. Metabolic production of carbon dioxide occurs rapidly. Thus, a failure of ventilation promptly increases the partial pressure of carbon dioxide measured by