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    A Spill at Parsenn Bowl: Knee Injury and Recovery

    Part I – The Slopes While enjoying a day on the ski slopes at Winter park the patient fell exiting the ski raise. Patient was capable of rise up unassisted however, as she adjusted her stance the knee “twisted” and she or he fell again leading to an external rotation of the right knee. Patient […] More

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    Brain Injury

    Describe the possible signs, symptoms, indicators or behaviours that may cause concern in the context of safeguarding. A Person may abuse by either inflicting harm or failing to prevent the harm occurring. Some of the behaviours indicating possible concern with regards to safeguarding children are: Physical abuse: such as bruises to parts of the body, […] More

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    Managing Paediatric Illness and Injury

    1. Describe the common types of fractures and how to manage them. Broken bone. Based on the location and severity of the fracture, a broken bone usually must be set into position and supported until it is strong enough to bear weight. Your physician will recommend the most proven treatment approach, usually casting or surgery […] More