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Femur Fractures

Rob Orman, MD and Uma Ramadorai, DO
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Lisa Chavez, RN and Kathy Garvin, RN
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EM:RAP 2017 June Written Summary 647 KB - PDF

Can a femoral shaft fracture lead to exsanguination? In the limited amount of data we have on this, the average blood loss is just over a unit. Most younger patients can tolerate losing that amount, but if the patient is elderly, frail, or has other bleeding sites, that seemingly small amount of bleeding could have a significant effect.

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