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  • Introduction
  • We were given the task "broken limb". In this video we will talk about how to prevent a fracture, what to do if you break something, how to bind/wrap a fracture and helpful tips.
  • How to prevent a fracture
  • •Wear proper shoes •Walk on safe and secure pathways •Know the area
  • What to do if you have a fracture
  • •Elevate the site of fracture for proper blood circulation •Remain calm, providing your patient with quiet, efficient first aid treatment.
  • •Keep the patient warm and lying down. •Do not move this injured person until you have discovered the extent of the fracture.
  • We were given the task "broken limb". In this video we will talk about how to prevent a fracture, what to do if you break something, how to bind/wrap a fracture and helpful tips.
  • Binding/Wrapping
  • •Splint the injury in the position it was found in. •Splint above and below the fracture site. Pad the splints to reduce discomfort.
  • •Wear proper shoes •Walk on safe and secure pathways •Know the area
  • Tips
  • •Always carry first-aid kit •Don't perform much physical activity with a fracture
  • •Elevate the site of fracture for proper blood circulation •Remain calm, providing your patient with quiet, efficient first aid treatment. •Keep the patient warm and lying down. •Do not move this injured person until you have discovered the extent of the injuries.
  • Summary
  • The most important thing is to take proper precautions, and use common sense.
  • •Use whatever materials available •Thicker sticks or a branch is good •Use clothing to carefully wrap
  • •Avoid making the splint too tight, which can cut off circulation. Check for circulation, numbness, warmth and skin color. •If the bone is sticking out from the skin (open fracture), do not try to push it back in.
  • •Always carry first-aid kit •Don't perform much physical activity with a fracture •If a leg is broken, do not remove shoe •Always carry a map
  • •If a leg is broken, do not remove shoe •Always carry a map
  • The most important thing is to take proper precautions, and use common sense.
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