Chest injuries in the peaceful time and military conditions
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chest injuries

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Костиќ (Kostikj), Драган (Dragan), Јевтиќ (Jevtikj), Миодраг (Miodrag), & Сарач (Sarach), Бранка (Branka). (2017). Chest injuries in the peaceful time and military conditions. Medicinska Misla, 27(2), 35–37. Retrieved from


We had 107 patients with chest injuries – 95 of them were blunt wounds and 12 were wounds from weapons (rifles, revolvers, shotguns, knives, bayonets ...).

Chest injuries are, as serious in the peaceful-time, as in the military conditions. They bring into danger vital functions – breathing and circulation, and give high percent of lasting consequences and mortality. So, they need full attention and adequate treatment.

The high percent of blunt wounds is evident, especially from traffic accidents.

We can explain that with better standard and necessity to have a car. 

In the same time the percent of wounds from weapons is much lower. It is in connection with social and moral human factors.

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