Describe the anatomy and physiology of the abdomen and the genitourinary system.
Describe the difference in hollow and solid organs.
Discuss the mechanism of injury associated with abdominal trauma.
Discuss the difference between open and closed abdominal injuries and the signs and symptoms.
Discuss the difference between low velocity, medium velocity, and high velocity injuries.
Discuss the emergency medical care of a patient who has sustained an open abdominal injury, including penetrating injuries and abdominal evisceration, and considerations related to the use of a pneumatic anti-shock garment (PASG) when caring for these patients.
Describe the types of traumatic injuries that may be sustained by the organs of the male and female genitourinary system.
Discuss assessment of a patient who has experienced a genitourinary injury.
Discuss the emergency medical care of a patient who has experienced a genitourinary injury.
Explain special considerations related to a patient who has experienced a genitourinary injury caused by sexual assault, including patient treatment, criminal implications, and evidence management.