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  • Answer: the tibia is commonly referred to as the shin bone- if fractured at the distal end, it would involve the ankle- immobilization w/ a splint (casting) is the usual treatment. A tibial fracture at the proximal end -near the knee is more complex and may require surgery. All fractures of bones require immobilization of the affected portion to heal initially.
  • Answer: s strain is capsulated while r is not.
  • Answer: The S strain produces a capsule but the R strain does not
  • Answer: There is no difference, repetitive stress injury and repetitive strain injury are the same thing. It is some time known as RSI which is an abbreviation that works for both. It also has other names, some of which include: occupational overuse syndrome (OOS) cumulative trauma disorder (CTD) work related upper limb disorder (WRULD) and non-specific arm pain. The main reason that there is such confusion over the name is that it is not actually a specific disorder but rather an umbrella term for many localized injuries or conditions.

  • Answer: A hematoma is a mass of clotted blood that forms at an injury site.A fracture hematoma is a clot resulting from a break in a blood vessel within the bone, the marrow space, the periosteum, or the surrounding tissue associated with a bone fracture.
  • Answer: First put ice pack with a paper towel over it into the spot where its sprained. Seconnd rest
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  • Answer: you can apply EYEMO... or wash your eyes thoroughly ...
  • Answer: Keep yourself busy and dont think about him/her this is the only way you can do it. Date other guys the made the word rebound for a reason.
  • Answer: rain is defined as extension per unit length.
    Strain = extension / original length

    ε = strain,
    lo = the original length
    e = extension = (l-lo), and
    l = stretched length
    Strain has no units because it is a ratio of lengths.
    We can use the above definitions of stress and strain for forces causing tension or compression.
    If we apply tensile force we have tensile stress and tensile strain
    If we apply compressive force we have compressive stress and compressive strain.
  • Answer: Elevation, cold packs, and rest.Remember the mnemonic R.I.C.E


    Rest- using the injured part could delay healing, cause pain or even cause more damage. If injured part is leg/ankle use crutches if possible. If injured part is wrist or arm, put it in a sling.
    Ice - Ice helps to reduce swelling around the injured area which will speed up healing. It also helps stop any internal bleeding by constricting blood vessels. Keep a cloth between the ice pack and skin and do not apply for more than 15 minutes at a time. It is not necessary to buy an ice pack - a bag of frozen peas or other vegetables works just as well. Apply at least 3 times throughout the day and continue until pain and swelling goes down.Compression - Use a bandage and wrap firmly around injured part (not too tightly or circulation will be decreased). This speeds up healing time by reducing swelling and inflammation. Loosen if it becomes too tight.
    Elevation - If possible, elevate injured part above the level of the heart. This helps to reduce swelling and pain.
  • Answer: How I know if the strain gauge is gone
  • Answer: Pain. Depending on severity. If it goes untreated, it will continue to hurt and scar tissue will go around it causing you to feel a "knot" or bundle of muscle/scar tissue in that area. Treated, you may or may not get it again.
  • Answer: You can strain any part of your body.

What is the difference between a sprain a strain and a fracture?

  • A strain is an overstretched or "pulled" or torn muscle. a sprain is an overstretched or torn ligament (holds bones together at a joint), and a fracture is a crack, chip, break or crush of a bone.

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