Chapter 11 – Musculoskeletal Injuries Chapter 12 – Injuries to to the Extremitie

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Chapter 11 – Musculoskeletal Injuries
Chapter 12 – Injuries to to the Extremities
Chapter 13 – Injuries to the Head, Neck or Spine
Chapter 14 – Injuries to the Chest, Abdomen and Pelvis
Complete the following questions/scenarios and place your responses in the top right hand corner “Submit Assignments”.
Explain a Fracture and what is the different between an open and a closed fracture.
Explain dislocations, sprains and strains
What is the Care of Musculoskeletal Injuries other than RICE.
Describe what RICE stands for.. and describe each acrynom when caring for a musculoskeletal injury.
Describe the three general types of splints and how to apply them to the victim.
What are the general rules for splinting.
Describe First Aid CARE for EACH separately Shoulder Injuries, Upper Arm, Elbow, Forearm, Wrist and Hand Injuries.
Describe First Aid CARE for EACH separately Femur, Knee, Lower and Ankle and Foot Injuries.
How do you apple a Sling?
Describe the First Aid CARE Serious Head, Neck or Spinal Injuries.
What is a Concussion and and name 2 each of the thinking and remembering, physical, emotional, and behavioral Signs and Symptoms of a Concussion.
Describe the First Aid Care EACH Scalp Injuries, Nose Injuries, Mouth Injuries, Dental, Cheek, Eye, Ear Injuries.
Describe Signs and Symptoms and CARE of lower back injuries.
Why are injuries to the Chest, Abdominal and Pelvis can be life-threatening?
Describe First Aid CARE for EACH separately Rib fractures, puncture wounds, abdominal injuries, pelvic or genital injuries.
DO NOT FORGET TO DO THE FOLLOWING SCENARIO!
Scenario: An employee riding his bicycle to work hits a pothole as he enters the parking lot, he loses control, and swerves into the path of a moving pickup truck. The truck’s bumper strikes his leg below the knee. By the time you reach the scene, the victim has been helped into a position lying down. He is responsive but in significant pain. You carefully cut open his pant leg and see an open wound that is bleeding, in which you can see the end of a broken bone. Describe what care you give. (2 possible points)
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