Car Accidents Can Cause Heart Related Injuries / Manhattan Lawyer

Posted on January 27, 2019 in
According to, a bruise of the heart muscle, known as a myocardial contusion is commonly caused by car accidents, falling from heights greater than twenty feet and as a result of receiving CPR. It is caused by blunt trauma to the chest wall. Many times a myocardial contusion, also known as a cardiac contusion, is related to a fracture of the sternum or a rib fracture. In the context of a Manhattan car accident, a cardiac contusion may result when the driver of an automobile in the crash...
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