Sharp or penetrating trauma is any injury that is caused by a sharp object that penetrates and passes through the skin to the underlying tissue forming an open wound.
Blunt trauma, also known as blunt force trauma, is physical trauma that is caused by a non-penetrating object forcefully striking the body.
Chest trauma or injury comprises of damage to the internal organs of the chest region, including the heart, lungs, bones and blood vessels.
A sudden and severe injury to the abdomen is referred to as acute abdominal trauma.
Traumatic Brain Injury
Traumatic brain injuries occur when a sudden trauma, such as a violent blow or jolt to the head, causes brain damage.