tertiary blast injury

ter·ti·ar·y blast in·ju·ry

(tĕr'shē-ă-rē blast in'jŭr-ē)
An injury resulting when a casualty from an explosion is thrown by the blast against structures or other objects.
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Tertiary blast injury occurs when a victim is thrown against the ground or an object.
In addition, the motion of the human body and the impacts of other objects on the body, known as secondary and tertiary blast injury, can result in the skull impacting the brain [14].
While the brain is clearly vulnerable to secondary and tertiary blast injury, an unresolved controversy is whether primary blast injury directly damages the brain.
Moreover, individuals can be propelled by the blast wind into objects, causing tertiary blast injury.
Tertiary blast injury occurs when displaced victims impact a stationary object with rapid deceleration.