A soldier with facial injury undergoes trachenomy in European Theater during World War II.
European Theater Date:1945 Duration:7 min 24 sec Sound:Yes
A U.S. Navy training film about the treatment of American soldiers with facial injuries during World War II. A doctor works on a facial injury of a soldier. He stitches the right antrum. A bronchoscope being placed at the mouth of the patient to ensure clearance of airways. Doctor administers an injection on the face of the soldier. An elastic traction being put. Tracheonomy being performed using the local anesthesia. During the tracheonomy oxygen being administered through a tube. Tracheonomy tube being inserted and jaws being immobilized.
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