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A Colles’ fracture is commonly found where?
Which of the following best describes a stable fracture
At what age do greenstick and buckle fractures occur?
Where would a boxer’s fracture occur?
A compound fracture is what?
Which of the following best describes a comminuted fracture
Where would you find a Chance Fracture?
What specific device can be utilised to help stabilise and give relief for a mid-shaft femur fracture
What medications would you consider for treating an isolated, non-complicated compound fracture
On managing a femur compound fracture, you should look to complete which actions
Which of the following are types of pelvic fracture
When dealing with limb fractures, attempts should be made to correct grossly deformed limbs, True or False
What anatomical landmark should a pelvic binder be placed over
A Le Fort fracture is located where
A flail section can be defined as a
Which of the following are some of the indications for Co-Amoxiclav
Which of the following are potential risks involved with rib fractures
What mnemonic can be used to identify limb ischaemia
What are the benefits of splinting and realigning grossly fractured/deformed limbs
Which of the following best describes a transverse fracture