Pneumothorax (collapsed lung) Animation, Treatment, Decompression, Pathophysiology





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Published on Sep 1, 2015

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Pneumothorax is a condition that nursing students will encounter during their careers as nurses.

We discuss basic pathophysiology of pneumothorax, needle decompression, treatments, and xray findings, and treatments.

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