Types of bones fractures. Open, closed, compression, stress, avulsion, greenstick, transverse, comminuted, and impacted. Remember that for fractured bones, we recommend the use of a SAM Splint, a first aid item that can fit in your first aid bag; learn about this item here: http://insidefirstaid.com/personal/first-aid-kit/splinting-bone-fractures-with-a-sam-splint #emt #ems #nurse #medical #bones #broken #bones #fractures #sam #splint
Some accidents must be reported to the Health and safety Executive, if a child has been seriously injured e.g. If a major injury like fractured limbs, electric shock or unconsciousness has occurred or if a child is absent due to the injury for more than three days. All signed records of accidents to children must be kept, Ofsted should be notified if any serious accident, illness, injury or death has occurred on the premises. Tabs khilna stella suresh clare
Smoking Increases the Risk of Osteoporosis in Men: People often think of women and #osteoporosis, but new research from National Jewish Health shows that men are affected too. Male smokers (or past smokers) have lower bone density and a higher risk of bone fractures, and are more likely to break a vertebra than to develop prostate #cancer. Learn why our doctors recommend that men with a smoking history should be screened for osteoporosis. #prostatecancer #healthinfographic #infographic
Open= bone breaks through skin. Closed=bone breaks but there is no open wound in the skin. Displaced=bone snaps into two or more parts and moves so that the two ends are not lined up straight. Comminuted= bone breaks into many pieces.