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Back Injury First Aid Management Presentation by: Paul Beaumont SOVRIN Training
Acute Back Pain Muscle Strain Ice Medication Gentle exercise Heat/Ice
Causes of Spinal Injury Falls from height Heavy objects falling onto casualties upper body Diving into shallow water MVCs Sporting injuries
600 Spinal Cord Injuries
In only 27% of casualties who sustain spinal cord injury is the degree of damage caused by impact alone.
Signs & Symptoms Pain Weakness or paralysis Loss of sensation (numbness) Parathesia (pins and needles) Incontinence Symptoms of shock Priaprism in males Deformity of the spinal column
Management Safety Airway and breathing Immobilise in situ Call for help Reassure casualty
50% of casualties with cord injury exhibit normal motor and sensory responses.
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Spinal Shock MARLA SHAW MADISON HENRICHS ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY 2 RED: 3.
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Neck & Back injuries. C3-5 keep the diaphragm alive Head is heavy Physiology.
SPINAL PARALYSIS By Kim V. and Kiki H.. DEFINITION Damage to any part of the spinal cord. Often causes permanent changes in strength, sensation, and other.
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INJURIES TO THE CERVICAL SPINE THESE ARE VERY SERIOUS INJURIES AS ARE ALL SPINE INJURIES. AFFECTED AREAS INCLUDE: BONES IN THE NECK JOINTS IN THE CERVICAL.
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HEAD AND SPINAL INJURIES
MANAGE INJURIES BLOOD LOSS AND SAFETY Wear gloves
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