Movement of food through the intestines
Contraction of the heart
Protection of the abdominal organs
) Blinking of the eyes
Voluntary muscles connect to the bones of the skeletal system.
Voluntary muscles produce movement by extending.
Voluntary muscles comprise less mass in the body than involuntary muscles.
Voluntary muscles are primarily located on the torso.
bones making up the elbow joint are infected.
tissue connecting the muscle to the bones of the elbow is inflamed.
patient suffered a previous fracture to the right elbow.
) muscles surrounding the elbow are inflamed.
Muscle that connects to a bone
Tissue that connects one bone to other bones
Thick muscle that surrounds a joint
Connective tissue that connects muscle and bone
) A fracture occurs when a tendon connecting muscle to a bone is overstretched and injured
A sprain is an injury to a joint with possible damage to or tearing of ligaments.
A dislocation occurs when the bone contained within a joint is broken.
Strains are injuries that occur to ligaments and the joints to which they are attached.
Deformity of the left femur
Open fracture to the right forearm
Crepitus palpated to the right humerus
Dislocation of two fingers on the left hand
Internal blood loss
Risk for infection
pelvic or hip fracture
It applies even pressure to the pelvis, forcing the pelvic bones to realign.
It increases blood flow into both the pelvis and distal leg.
It can effectively stabilize the pelvis and help to control internal bleeding
In addition to the pelvis, it immobilizes the thoracic and lumbar spine.
Apply a traction splint and straighten the knee until the pain is decreased.
Splint the knee in the position found prior to providing transport to the hospital.
Place the patient on a long spine board and apply the traction splint en route to the hospital.
Realign and straighten the injured knee and then immobilize it by binding it to the other leg.
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conduct a rapid secondary assessment.
) apply a traction splint to the left leg.
check for a pedal pulse in the left foot.
examine the left leg.
priority patient bevause of bleeding , rapid transport and splinten route
Splint the right arm in the position found and transfer her to the stretcher for immediate transport to the hospital.
Immobilize her on the long spine board, and then place a splint on her right arm prior to lights and sirens transport.
Immobilize her to the long board and extricate her to the ambulance for immediate transport.
Make sure that a radial pulse is present and splint the right arm prior to moving her to the stretcher.
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