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First Aid Basics: Broken Bones

First Aid Basics: How To Deal With A Broken Bon

Fractures are broken bones and when they are not treated properly, can lead to total disability or even death. The good thing is that they can usually be treated so that there is a complete recovery. Recovery is usually dependent upon the first aid the victim received before being moved. The basic first aid technique used for managing a broken bone is to immobilize the joints above and below any fracture.

 

 

How to Identify a broken bone

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Is The Bone Broken?

 

Assessment of the injury is an essential part of administering first aid. Here are 6 signs of a broken bone.

  • Swelling
  • Pain
  • Difficulty in moving the injured part.
  • A bone fragment is protruding through the skin.
  • Misalignment or deformity of the injured part.
  • Deep, sharp pain when the victim attempts to move the part.

Remember that there can be internal injuries, so do not move the injured person unless the area is dangerous to stay in.

If you are not sure whether or not a bone is fractured, be sure to treat the injury as a fracture. This will help to avoid further damage to surrounding tissue and possibly promote shock.

Other things to consider as part of your assessment should include:

  • Checking the victim's pulse and breathing - administer CPR and call for medical help if there are irregularities.
  • Watch for signs of shock - keep victim warm, lying down and calm until help arrives.
  • Do not give food or liquids.
  • Do not try to exert pressure on a suspected broken bone or ask the patient to "try it out".
  • If bleeding is present, place a clean cloth on the wound and exert gentle pressure to stop the bleeding.

 

 

 

 

Types of Fractures

 

» Closed Fracture: The bone is broken but the overlying skin is not. Even though an injury might be only a dislocation or sprain, it should be treated as a closed fracture for the purposes of applying first aid.

» Open Fracture: The bone is broken as well as the overlying skin. An open fracture can easily become infected - be sure to protect the area from contamination.

Immobilizing a body part that contains a fracture is vital to prevent the razor sharp edges of the bone from moving around and cutting tissue, muscle, blood vessels and nerves. Immobilization also greatly reduces pain and helps to prevent or control shock. If the fracture is closed it also helps to keep the bone from breaking the skin and causing an open wound that can then become contaminated and possibly infected. Immobilization is accomplished by using a splint.

 

 

How to Splint a broken bone

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How To Position a Splint

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Splinting Rules

 

In the case of an open fracture, the first step is to control bleeding and then apply a dressing and bandage to keep the area free from contaminates.

  • If at all possible, try to apply the splint to the injured part without making any changes in the position of the fractured part. This means that if a joint is not bent, don't try to bend it.
  • Make sure you have enough appropriate splinting material and padding for the area involved.
  • Apply the splint so that the joint above and below the break are immobilized.
  • Use padding between the splint and the injured part to prevent undue pressure and further injury to additional tissues, blood vessels and nerves. This is especially important in areas where the splint comes in contact with any bony areas like the knee, ankle joint, wrist, fingers, elbow or in the crotch or armpit.
  • Bind the splints in place at several placed above and below the fracture, but do not apply the bindings to tightly that it interferes with blood flow. Generally it is good to use 2 bindings above and 2 below with none of them being applied across the break and be sure that the knots are against the splint, not the skin. Use a simple square knot to tie them off.
  • Use a sling to support the arm as appropriate.

The purpose of a splint is to support and rest an injured limb and to prevent a broken bone from breaking the skin. If necessary you can use an uninjured body part as a temporary support.

 

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Materials to Make An Emergency Splint

 

In a pinch, many everyday items will work for both padding and splinting materials. Here is a list of ideas.

  • Drapes, curtains, clothing or rugs work well as materials to cover the splinting materials.
  • Bed sheets, rags, leafy vegetation, soft clothing, bandages, and moss work well as padding.
  • Belts, a tie, scarf, tape, large handkerchief, strips of cloth, light pants or stockings. Narrow materials like wire, string or cord should not be used to secure the splint in place.
  • Suitable sized pieces of wood, rolled cardboard or newspapers, rugs, sticks or broom handles are all acceptable splinting material.
  • To dress the wound use any clean materials such as handkerchiefs, strips of clothing, curtains or bed sheets. Be sure to place the cleanest material closest to an open wound.
  • The tail of a shirt or coat can be used as a good sling. Strips torn from just about any fabric will do.

The most important thing to remember when helping a fracture victim is that they need to remain calm and keep the area still to prevent further tissue damage. The confidence you demonstrate as their helper will help the injured person cope with the pain and fear they may be feeling. Taking the time to learn these First Aid basics can best help you to help them.

 

Links To sites with more information.

  • Facebook Group: Everything You Always Wanted to Know about First Aid
  • Know Your First Aid: Broken Bones Guide
    You can find free articles on how to treat a broken bone
  • Broken Bones Instruction Sheet
    Broken bones are not uncommon in children - especially after a fall. A broken bone requires emergency medical care. Find out what to do in this printer-friendly version.
  • First Aid Smarts: Broken Bones Guide
    You can find free articles related to Broken Bones. Provided courtesy of Broken Bones Guide
  • Fractures (broken bones): First aid - MayoClinic.com
    How to administer first aid for a fracture (broken bone).
  • First aid - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

 

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