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Fractures
r4tqv5svbmlfc0pgolvafep265FA  fracture2 First aid response for fractures:

Closed fracture:
  • Support the injured part
  • Bandage the injured part to the closest parallel unaffected part of the body. For the lower limb fractures, bandage the injured leg to the uninjured one. For the upper limb fractures, immobilize the arm against the trunk.
  • Arrange to transport the victim to the nearest hospital or doctor’s office
  • Check the circulation (pulse point nearest to the fracture) every 10 minutes.  If circulation is weak , loosen the bandage.


 
 
 
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Welcome to First Aid Course

Fractures
r4tqv5svbmlfc0pgolvafep265FA  fracture2 First aid response for fractures:

Closed fracture:
  • Support the injured part
  • Bandage the injured part to the closest parallel unaffected part of the body. For the lower limb fractures, bandage the injured leg to the uninjured one. For the upper limb fractures, immobilize the arm against the trunk.
  • Arrange to transport the victim to the nearest hospital or doctor’s office
  • Check the circulation (pulse point nearest to the fracture) every 10 minutes.  If circulation is weak , loosen the bandage.
 
 
 
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