This video was produced by the US
Army in 1996 to help instruct medics and other first responders who
deal with facial injuries.
The video has been digitalized by the Brookside Associates and
contains all the original material.
The video may be freely
injuries can be very serious.
Not only are the sense organs, the
eyes, ears, nose and mouth located there, but the nasal and oral
passages are also essential for respiration.
In addition, the facial area is very
vascular and can bleed heavily if injured, requiring prompt and
careful assessment and treatment.
Finally, but no less important to
the patient are the possible cosmetic effects of serious injuries.
This program will discuss treatment
of various facial injuries, to include injuries of the nose, mouth,
ears, jaw and facial bones."
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