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Post by ReadyMom on Mon Oct 22, 2018 10:34 pm

How To Set Dislocated Joints
http://knowledgeweighsnothing.com/how-to-set-dislocated-joints/

A joint dislocation can be one of the most painful injuries if not reset in a timely manner. Dislocation is the result of a traumatic injury, caused by extreme forces that stretch muscles, ligaments, and tendons. Sport injuries and vehicle accidents are prime causes of dislocations.

Fortunately, if you were in an emergency situation with no medical staff around, you can set them back your self. I have found 4 great articles showing you how to reset the shoulder, knee, hip, elbow --- CONTINUED ---

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Post by ReadyMom on Mon Oct 22, 2018 10:34 pm

Save Lives Like a Combat Medic: How to Splint a Lower-Leg Fracture
https://www.artofmanliness.com/articles/save-lives-like-a-combat-medic-how-to-splint-a-lower-leg-fracture/

(Snip) ... You don’t have pre-made braces, crutches, or cast-making material on hand, and you probably don’t have the tools to properly set a broken bone. What you do have is a first aid kit (maybe), a pocket knife, the clothes on your back, and the woods around you. These are all the tools you need for a makeshift splint that could mean the difference between life and death.

Never mind all the rules you’ve learned about first aid, or all the technical gear you wish you had. You simply need to improvise. ---CONTINUED---

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Post by ReadyMom on Fri Oct 26, 2018 11:07 am

Fracture First Aid Information and Help
https://www.firstaidanywhere.com/fracture-first-aid.html

If you need urgent Fracture First Aid right NOW click here or continue reading to gain information on fracture types and signs of a fracture. ---CONTINUED---

Includes:
  • Types of Fractures
  • Signs of a Fracture


MORE here:

First Aid for Fractures- Broken Bones
https://www.firstaidanywhere.com/first-aid-for-fractures.html

First Aid for Fractures - What is a fracture?
A fracture is a break or crack in a bone. It is not always possible to tell if a bone has been fractured. If you are not sure apply first aid for fractures as it is best to assume it is and treat it accordingly.

Includes:
  • First Aid for Fractures Quick Summary
  • First Aid for Fractures - In detail
  • Some DO NOT's when applying first aid for fractures

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