crepitus would be a definite indication , defority may be because of swelling
Deformity to the upper arm
Crepitus felt on palpation
Pain to the right upper arm
Decreased sensation in the right hand
apply cold packs then elevate the extremity
Massaging the wrist gently to decrease the pain
Maintaining the wrist below the level of the heart to decrease swelling
Applying cold packs to the wrist to reduce swelling
Straightening the wrist to promote blood flow to the hand
manual in line is even befire ABC with emergency protocol
Take and maintain manual in-line spinal stabilization.
Expose and splint both legs to prevent further injury.
Check for distal pulses in both lower extremities.
Open the airway using the head-tilt, chin-lift.
look for other injuries.
cover the patient with a blanket.
immobilize the fractures.
notify the hospital
parathesia , may indicate nerve damage
“I am still having a hard time moving my arm.”
“My hand feels like it is going to sleep.”
My arm seems to be bruising more.”
“It hurts when I move my fingers.”
stabalize the injury manually to prevent further damage
Check the right foot for pulses and motor ability.
Ready the traction splint for application.
Align the leg in a neutral position.
Manually stabilize the lower right leg.
splinting and manual stabalization will prevent further injury to the humerous
Converts the open fracture to a closed fracture and maintains it as such
Eliminates the possibility of infection through the open wound
Decreases the opportunity for further injury to nerves and blood vessels
Starts the process of healing by aligning and connecting the bone ends
splinting and immobilaztion will prevent further injury and reduce movement that is causing more pain
Gently massaging the injury site
Applying warm packs to the fracture site
Splinting the fracture
manually stablazie the injury and before splinting in a non emergency you would check for PMS BEFORE AND AFTER
Apply the traction splint.
Check for a pedal pulse.
Splint the leg in the position found.
Transfer the patient to the stretcher.
PMS BEFORE AND AFTER SPLINTING OR WRAPPING
I am wrapping the splint with roller gauze to secure it.”
I am going to feel your wrist for a pulse now.”
I need to feel your arm for tenderness.”
Can you rate your pain for me?”
immobolize joints above and below the injury site
Elbow and forearm
Wrist, forearm, and elbow
Shoulder, elbow, and forearm
Wrist and forearm
manual stablaztion and try to pull tractio for a pulse, pinching off the blood vessels
Check the patient’s radial or carotid pulse.
Attempt to straighten the leg until a pulse returns.
Apply a traction splint and enough traction until a pulse returns.
Apply cold packs to the knee and transport immediately.
cover all wounds and bones with a sterile dressing before splinting
The protruding bone is gently replaced back under the skin.
The EMT cleans dirt from within the wound and off the bone prior to splinting.
The bone end and soft tissue wounds are covered with a sterile dressing.
A pressure dressing is tightly applied to the open wound prior to splinting.
cut off circulation and make it hard to check for pulses, gain pressure with tempsature and altitude
do not fully immobilize a possible fracture.
should never be applied circumferentially.
are contraindicated for joint injuries.
can decrease circulation in the extremity.
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