Abdominal Trauma poses a significant challenge to pre-hospital clinicians due to numerous organs being present and possibly affected. Within the pre-hospital context it can be difficult to provide management as for any major abdominal trauma the patient will likely need surgical intervention. In this section we will review some of the signs and symptoms of abdominal trauma and what the clinician can do.
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