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  1. Head injuries can range from a minor bump on the head to a devastating brain injury. Learning to recognize a serious head injury, and ...
  2. Head injury can be classified as either closed or penetrating. In closed head injury, the head sustains a blunt force by striking ...
  3. A severe spinal cord injury often causes loss of feeling and paralysis, the loss of movement and voluntary control over the muscles in the body. ...
  4. Minor injuries like sprains may be treated at home if broken bones are not suspected. The acronym RICE is helpful in remembering how to treat minor injuries: "R" stands for rest, "I" is for ice, " ...
  5. Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries may occur from coming to a quick stop with a directional change while running, pivoting, landing, or overextending the joint ...
  6. Injury to the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is very common and usually the result of a twisting ...
  7. A second degree injury is a partial tear with no firm endpoint when the joint is stressed, and a third degree is a ...
  8. A second degree injury is a partial tear with no firm endpoint when the joint is stressed, and a third degree is a ...
  9. Images ... Radial dislocation may be caused by a sudden pull on a child's arm or hand. For first aid, immobilize the arm and take the child ...
  10. Images ... An electrical current is very damaging to the human body since the body is a very good conductor of electricity. An electrical ...
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