What complications can cause chest injuries?

Chest injuries can be penetrating (if the injuring object penetrates the body cavity) and non-penetrating (if such an object does not penetrate the body cavity). Usually they are accompanied by a large loss of blood, bruises of the lungs, heart and other organs of the chest. As a result of this, severe respiratory and cardiac disturbances occur. Penetrating wounds are generally life threatening.

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