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experimental study on air blast injuries.

Carl Johan Clemedson

experimental study on air blast injuries.

by Carl Johan Clemedson

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Published in Uppsala .
Written in English


Edition Notes

SeriesActa physiologica Scandinavica. Supplementum, 61
Classifications
LC ClassificationsRD131 .C48
The Physical Object
Pagination200 p.
Number of Pages200
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL6073697M
LC Control Number50013973
OCLC/WorldCa14659761

Calderwood JW () Analysis of fractures treated in the Royal Victoria Hospital, Belfast, in , with special reference to gunshot wounds and bomb blast injuries. Injury – CrossRef Google ScholarAuthor: C. J. van der Merwe.   Welcome to the Blast Injury Research Coordinating Office (BIRCO) Blast Injury , what is a blast injury page. A blast injury is a complex type of physical trauma resulting from direct or indirect exposure to an explosion. Blast injuries range from internal organ injuries, including lung and traumatic brain injury (TBI), to extremity injuries, burns, hearing, and vision injuries.

  Secondary blast injuries result from flying debris and bomb fragments -- the fragmentation effect -- leading to penetrating ballistic or blunt force injuries. [1,4,8,18,23] Tertiary blast injuries occur as a result of individuals being thrown by the blast wind. Blast injury, any injury caused by a pressure wave such as that following an explosion. Blast injuries may be inflicted by such waves traveling in gases, liquids, or solids. The first is exemplified by the air blast caused by bomb explosions. Underwater blasts may originate from torpedoes, mines.

  Sandia National Laboratories is developing specialized computer modeling and simulation methods to better understand how blasts on a battlefield could lead to traumatic brain injury and injuries. AIR BLAST PHENOMENA IN AIR AND SURFACE BURSTS CHARACTERISTICS OF THE BLAST WAVE IN AIR DEVELOPMENT OF THE BLAST tion in the overpressure with time and WAVE distance will be described in succeeding sections. The maximum value, i.e., at Most of the material damage the blast wave (or shock) front, is called.


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Experimental study on air blast injuries by Carl Johan Clemedson Download PDF EPUB FB2

This book presents the results of a large amount of experimental work conducted by the author, along with the citation of the literature published on the subject of air blast injuries and the relation between the physical qualities of the shock wave and the trauma it causes.

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The Lancet ORIGINAL ARTICLES EXPERIMENTAL STUDY OF BLAST INJURIES TO THE LUNGS S. Zuckerman Lond., M.A. Oxfd, M.R.C.S. DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN ANATOMY, UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD Carried out for the Research and Experiments Department, Ministry of Home Security, United Kingdom THIS paper is a report of an experimental investigation carried out for the Research and Cited by: A blast injury is a complex type of physical trauma resulting from direct or indirect exposure to an explosion.

Blast injuries occur with the detonation of high-order explosives as well as the deflagration of low order injuries are compounded when the explosion occurs in a confined lty: Emergency medicine, trauma surgery.

[An experimental study of blast injury]. [Article in Chinese] Wang ZG. This paper presents some aspects of the authors' experimental research on blast injury in the past two years.

The main results are as follows: (1) A new designed 39 meter-long shock tube for biological test has been built in the by: 2. This chapter reviews what is known about the mechanisms of blast injury. It begins with an explanation of blast physics. Next is a discussion of how blast waves interact with the body directly and indirectly and how exposure to blast can affect multiple systems in the body and can cause systemic effects on the autonomic nervous, vascular, and immune systems.

That discussion is followed by a. 3 Pathophysiology of Blast Injury and Overview of Experimental Data. This chapter reviews what is known about the mechanisms of blast begins with an explanation of blast physics. Next is a discussion of how blast waves interact with the body directly and indirectly and how exposure to blast can affect multiple systems in the body and can cause systemic effects on the autonomic.

Leibovici D, et al. Blast injuries: bus versus open-air bombings—a comparative study of injuries in survivors of open-air versus confined-space explosions.

J Trauma;Dec; 41 (6): Katz E, et al. Primary blast injury after a bomb explosion in a civilian bus. Ann Surg; Apr; (4): Hill JF. Blast injury with particular File Size: KB. Blast injuries are a rare event that first responders, EMS and emergency departments need to be prepared to handle.

Bombs and explosion have unique patterns of injuries, and require understanding the mechanisms, evaluation, and initial treatments based on disaster medicine best practices. These concepts are from the CDC's website which has a lot of great material. Courtney and Courtney () reported, based on experimental blast studies with rats, that it was possible for the blast to affect the brain directly in addition to indirect, remote effects.

The study showed that the blast pressure rises reached the cranial cavity by direct application through the skull and passed through almost unhindered Cited by: Blast Injury Science and Engineering: A Guide for Clinicians and Researchers is a comprehensive interdisciplinary text aimed at clinical personnel needing a deeper understanding of injury mechanisms, those engaged in injury mitigation research, military scientists and engineers, as well as students of engineering, bioengineering and forensic Format: Hardcover.

Cernak I, Merkle AC, Koliatsos VE, Bilik JM, Luong QT, Mahota TM, Xu L, Slack N, Windle D, Ahmed FA () The pathobiology of blast injuries and blast-induced neurotrauma as identified using a new experimental model of injury in mice.

Neurobiol Dis 41(2)– PubMed CrossRef Google ScholarAuthor: Johan Davidsson, Mårten Risling. Experimental Study of Blast-Induced Traumatic Brain Injury Using a Physical Head Model. The purpose of this paper is to quantify intracranial biomechanical responses and external blast overpressures using physical head model to understand the biomechanics of blast traumatic brain injury and to provide experimental data for computer simulation of blast-induced brain by:   Leibovici D, Gofrit ON, Stein M, et al.

Blast injuries: bus versus open-air bombings--a comparative study of injuries in survivors of open-air versus confined-space explosions.

J Trauma. Dec. 41(6) Mayorga MA. The pathology of primary blast overpressure injury. Toxicology. Jul (1) Secondary Blast Injuries The most common cause of death in a blast event is second-ary blast injuries, which result from the effects of projectiles.1 Projectiles may include objects that were intentionally included in the device or those that were propelled as part of the blast effect.

Such objects include nails, bolts, nuts included in the. Health-care providers are increasingly faced with the possibility of needing to care for people injured in explosions, but can often, however, feel undertrained for the unique aspects of the patient's presentation and management.

Although most blast-related injuries (eg, fragmentation injuries from improvised explosive devices and standard military explosives) can be managed in a similar. Blast Injuries In an instant, an explosion or blast can wreck havoc; producing numerous casualties with complex, technically challenging injuries not commonly seen after File Size: 9MB.

blast wave or too much pressure causes direct tissue damage or perforation examples of primary blast injury pulmonary bleeding, pneumothorax, air emboli, tympanic rupture, perforation of GI organs.

The pathobiology of blast injuries and blast-induced neurotrauma as identified using a new experimental model of injury in mice. Neurobiol. Dis. 41, – (). @article{osti_, title = {DIRECT AIR BLAST EXPOSURE EFFECTS IN ANIMALS, OPERATION UPSHOT-KNOTHOLE, PROJECT }, author = {DRAEGER, R H and LEE, R H}, abstractNote = {Project was designed to study direct (primary) air blast injury, in animals, from an atomic weapon in the range of 20 to 50 psi under circumstances affording protection against missiles, thermal and.

Blast Injuries and Blast-Induced Neurotrauma: Overview of Pathophysiology and Experimental Knowledge Models and Findings Chapter (PDF Available) Author: Ibolja Cernak.Theoretical and Experimental Studies on Blast Wave Propagation in Air Article in Propellants Explosives Pyrotechnics 40(1) September with Reads How we measure 'reads'.Explosion and Blast-Related Injuries is an authoritative text that brings together diverse knowledge gained from both the experience of clinicians treating blast casualties and the insights of scientists obtained from research and modeling of blast exposures.

By providing information on explosion and blast injury patterns, as well as the mechanism of blast-induced injuries, it is a useful.