Penetrating chest wounds are often referred to as "sucking chest wounds."
To treat sucking chest wounds, you should use an occlusive dressing to prevent air from entering the wound.
The ones with no legs or chest wounds.
no it is not natural for him to do that.
to protect their chest and vital organs e.g. lungs, heart, stomach.
The position of the heart and stomach are based on their location in the abdomen and chest. The heart is near the center of the chest, while the stomach is on the bottom left of the rib cage. There is no better way to describe the position of these organs.
The torso is your chest and stomach and your abs! (^^^)
Sounds like a flu, stomach ache, chills, and sore muscles are about right, not sure about the chest though, could be a chest cold.
Yes, especially in the cases of sucking chest wounds. Come on, are you serious?
below your chest and above your private parts:)