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    Phomolo P.
    BW
    Phomolo P.

    Assessment of injuries DR. ABC is a method used for the assessment of injuries. The acronym will help you to remember the stages for assisting when an injury has taken place. Acronym - DR. ABC: D - Danger: control of danger to yourself, the injured athlete and others. R - Response: any response from injured - "Can you hear me?" - squeeze of shoulder. A - Airways: make sure airway is open and clear. B - Breathing: look, listen and feel to see if breathing - if not breathing, commence EAR (expired air resuscitation) (5 breaths in 10 seconds). C - Circulation: check pulse -if pulse but no breathing, continue with EAR. If no pulse, begin CPR (circulatory pulmonary resuscitation). Response to soft tissue injury. RICE-Rest, Ice, Compression, and Elevation. Rest. Rest and protect the injured or sore area. Stop, change, or take a break from any activity that may be causing your pain or soreness. Ice. Cold will reduce pain and swelling. Apply an ice or cold pack right away to prevent or minimize swelling. Apply the ice or cold pack for 10 to 20 minutes, 3 or more times a day. After 48 to 72 hours, if swelling is gone, apply heat to the area that hurts. Do not apply ice or heat directly to the skin. Place a towel over the cold or heat pack before applying it to the skin. Compression. Compression, or wrapping the injured or sore area with an elastic bandage (such as an Ace wrap), will help decrease swelling. Don't wrap it too tightly, because this can cause more swelling below the affected area. Loosen the bandage if it gets too tight. Signs that the bandage is too tight include numbness, tingling, increased pain, coolness, or swelling in the area below the bandage. Talk to your doctor if you think you need to use a wrap for longer than 48 to 72 hours; a more serious problem may be present. Elevation. Elevate the injured or sore area on pillows while applying ice and anytime you are sitting or lying down. Try to keep the area at or above the level of your heart to help minimize swelling.

    Zachary B.
    US
    Zachary B.

    What are some different styles to the assessment of injuries?

    Rk S.
    IN
    Rk S.

    Assessment of injuries DR. ABC is a method used for the assessment of injuries. The acronym will help you to remember the stages for assisting when an injury has taken place. Acronym - DR. ABC: D - Danger: control of danger to yourself, the injured athlete and others. R - Response: any response from injured - "Can you hear me?" - squeeze of shoulder. A - Airways: make sure airway is open and clear. B - Breathing: look, listen and feel to see if breathing - if not breathing, commence EAR (expired air resuscitation) (5 breaths in 10 seconds). C - Circulation: check pulse -if pulse but no breathing, continue with EAR. If no pulse, begin CPR (circulatory pulmonary resuscitation). Response to soft tissue injury A useful plan to know for soft tissue management is the acronym TOTAPS or SALTAPS. TOTAPS: T - Talk: Ask person what happened, how did it happen, any pain, where, injured before? O - Observe: Compare the injured site to other side of body. Any swelling, discolouration? T - Touch: Compare to uninjured side for tenderness. Start away from injury and move toward slowly. A - Active movement: Ask person to move injured area. Compare both sides. P - Passive movement: Move the injured part through a range of movements, only to point of pain. S - Skills test: Can they stand up, walk, perform skills of game? The other option is SALTAPS: S - Stop. A - Ask. L - Look. A - Active. Movement P - Passive Movement. S - Stand up.

    Muhammad S.
    PK
    Muhammad S.

    Which way a person assess the injury of a player during match?

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