Fracture

Administering First Aid for a Broken Shoulder Blade

Broken Shoulder Blade

Broken shoulder blades rarely occur in humans, as it is sturdy and situated in a protected location. Hence, when the shoulder blade breaks, there is usually an accompanying injury to the neighboring areas, including damage to the head, lungs, or spinal cord or broken ribs. Broken shoulder blades are generally caused by heavy force/direct trauma. The shoulder blade is also ...

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A Short Lecture for Limb Fracture

Limb-Fracture

Fractures occur when the bones break. Open fractures are when the bone has broken through the skin or when a wound is present. A fracture is closed when there is no disruption of the skin. On the other hand, dislocations occur when there is an abnormal separation in the joints, where the bones meet. In all cases of fractures and ...

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