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Sucking Chest Wound - War On Drugs mp3 track

MP3 1355 mb. | FLAC 1253 mb. | WMA 1372 mb.

Performer: Sucking Chest Wound
Title: War On Drugs
Released: 1994
Style: Leftfield, Industrial, Experimental
Category: Electronic
Rating: 4.9 ✦
Other format: DXD RA MIDI VOX AUD AHX VOC

Profile: Experimental band from Canada which was active since 1983. The Band with an International Reputation ‎(Cass, Album, PLA). War On Drugs ‎(CD, Album). Not On Label (Sucking Chest Wound Self-released).

ロフィール: Experimental band from Canada which was active since 1983.

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Photo Edward T. Dickinson. Another type of injury, sucking chest wounds, are a dramatic wound pattern with a fairly simple out-of-hospital treatment: placing an occlusive dressing on the chest wound. It was thought that this dressing prevented additional air from entering the pleural cavity during inhalation and allowed trapped air to escape from the untaped edge during exhalation.

sucking chest wound An open wound with direct communication of a pleural cavity to the external environment, causing the lung on that side to collapse. A medical emergency which is most commonly caused by trauma to the chest wall resulting in an open wound with direct communication of a pleural cavity to the external environment. In large open wounds, air enters the wound and pleural cavity during inhalation, causing the lung on that side to collapse. Diagnosis Extreme anxiety, dyspnoea, and hissing sound with normal breathing