The most important extremity injuries are those that are either life-threatening or limb-threatening in nature such as Pelvic disruption with massive hemorrhage; Severe arterial hemorrhage; and Crush syndrome
Crush Syndrome: prolonged ischaemic and muscular damage -> rhabdomyolysis and reperfusion injury on release; limb often initially numb with a peripheral pulse -> rapid swelling with compartment syndrome
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