chest injury


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chest injury

in sport may be superficial, such as damage to the sternum or ribs, or more seriously to the internal organs, particularly the lungs, which can result in a pneumothorax.
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A WOMAN was treated in hospital for a chest injury after a suspected assault in a popular Merseyside pub.
De Vries went off at half-time with a chest injury and Gordon had 45 minutes to show Rodgers what he has learned during his lay-off.
The man, who was approximately 40 years old, had suffered a badly broken leg, a chest injury and was semiconscious.
We treated a man for a head and chest injury and he was taken to hospital.
Despite significant social impact of traumatic death, very few reliable epidemiological data are available of fatal chest injury due to RTA.
Cheltenham clerk of the course Simon Claisse said: "Tony has movement in all his limbs, is conscious, and is in Gloucestershire Royal Hospital for further assessment of a chest injury.
These tests are based on the risk of driver and passenger head and chest injury in a frontal collision and chest injury for front and rear-seat passengers in a side impact.
In 2002, Farrow allegedly sustained a minor chest injury on the job while delivering furniture for a now-defunct furniture store.
The Fiesta driver, a Tipton man, received a chest injury, while the two-year-old, also from Tipton, suffered serious head injuries.
An autopsy on Roseby showed he died of a gunshot to the head and a blunt-force chest injury.
POLICE are appealing for information about a stabbing incident in Newcastle which left a man with a serious chest injury and a punctured lung.
Lauiti'iti, who had a quiet game at Blackburn, drops to the bench in place of David Solomona, who is ruled out with a chest injury.