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Sports Injury First Aid and Immediate Care
First aid treatment tips for dealing with a sports injury on the spot.
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Sports Injury First Aid Quick Tips - Sports Medicine - About.com
What you do in the first minutes and the next 48 hours after suffering a sports injury can help you heal faster.
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Immediate, On-The-Spot First Aid Treatment for Sports Injuries
Dec 4, 2014 ... sports injury the first thing to do is to prevent further injury or damage. This means you should stop activity and look for the cause of the injury.
http://sportsmedicine.about.com/cs/injuries/a/aa011002b.htm
Recognition, First Aid for Skull Fracture & Head Injury - About.com
A closed head injury is an injury to the brain inside an intact skull. Injury to the brain ... Head Injury. Recognition, First Aid for Skull Fracture & Closed Head Injury.
http://firstaid.about.com/od/headneckinjuries/qt/07_CHI.htm
RICE is best for Soft Tissue Injuries - Sports Medicine - About.com
If you suffer an injury such as a sprain, strain, muscle pull, or tear, immediate first aid treatment can prevent complications and help you heal faster. One of the ...
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Neck Injury First Aid to Reduce Spinal Cord Injury Risk
Jul 8, 2014 ... Spinal cord injury sometimes occurs when a person injures their neck. Be prepared for emergency situations by knowing first aid and CPR.
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First Aid for Cervical Spine Injury - About.com
Mar 7, 2014 ... Cervical spine injuries can lead to paralysis and loss of feeling. Be careful ... How To Provide First Aid for a Suspected Cervical Spine Injury.
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First Aid for Sprains - Step by Step - About.com
It is not necessary to have all of the symptoms of a sprain in order for the joint to be injured. Difficulty: Easy. Time Required: May take up to 48 hours. Here's How:.
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First Aid for Broken Bones - About.com
Put ice on the injury. Never put the ice directly on the skin - put it in a bag first. After holding ice on the injury for about 20 minutes, take it off for 20 minutes.
http://firstaid.about.com/od/breaksandsprains/ht/06_FxTx.htm
Home Injuries -- Common Home Injuries -- First Aid at Home
Every home is prone to at least some injuries. Learn how to handle common injuries at home.
http://firstaid.about.com/od/injuriesathome/
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