Penetrating wounds and penetrating organs
Object stuck in the chest
Direct blow from a blunt object.
Falling off a chair
Cover the protruding organs with moist, clean, dressing.
Place the person in a position with their legs pulled towards their chest.
Cover it with a dry paper towel.
Do not touch and leave the wound open.
The ribs are broken.
The chest skin is NOT broken.
The chest appears bruised and tender.
The chest wall is penetrated by some type of object and the skin is broken.
Blood bubbling out of the chest wound.
Pain in the hip and back.
Air coming in and out of the wound.
Blood coming out of the head.
Fall from a height.
Slip on a patch of ice.