Fractures and Dressings

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CSF from ears may be due to a possible _____ fracture.
Skull
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If there are missing _____, suspect a jaw injury
teeth
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A ________ _____ injury should be suspected from a fall of 6'6"
Cervical Spine
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Collar bone, hand and fingers benefit from an ________ arm sling.
Elevated
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Elbow or arm slings benefit from a _____ arm sling.
Broad
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Paradoxal breathing indicates a possible ___ fracture.
Rib
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Shortening of the leg indicates a possible ______ fracture.
pelvis
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If arrival of assistance is not imminent, you should steady and _______ the injured limb.
Support
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If there is a wound over the fracture site it is said to be ____.
Open
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If the skin remains intact it is said to be a ______ fracture.
Closed
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A jaw fracture may make it difficult for a casualty to ____.
Talk
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If a patient has a loss of sensation and control over the limbs, then you should suspect a _____ injury.
Spine
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If a spinal injury is suspected, the best stretcher to use to carry a patient between decks is a ____ _________ stretcher.
neil robertson
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Card 2

Front

If there are missing _____, suspect a jaw injury

Back

teeth

Card 3

Front

A ________ _____ injury should be suspected from a fall of 6'6"

Back

Preview of the front of card 3

Card 4

Front

Collar bone, hand and fingers benefit from an ________ arm sling.

Back

Preview of the front of card 4

Card 5

Front

Elbow or arm slings benefit from a _____ arm sling.

Back

Preview of the front of card 5
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