Emergency Measures After Fracture

Prevention of fractures in winter should strengthen nutrition and exercise to increase nutrition and exercise, delay the aging process, and reduce osteoporosis. Older people should eat more foods rich in protein and vitamin D. Do some exercise as often as you can, such as walking outdoors, receiving sunlight, and promoting more vitamin D in the body to help calcium absorption. Under the guidance of a doctor, you can take some calcium supplements and take care not to smoke to prevent calcium absorption.

Correct first aid measures for fractures

Determine the fracture site after fracture. Use the splint to fix the affected area in time, the fixation should not be too tight; the soft objects between the wooden board and the limbs should be tied with the straps, and the wooden board will grow the upper and lower joints of the fracture. If there are no wooden boards, branches, cardboard, wooden sticks, newspapers can be used. Replace items such as rolls. However, the length should be fixed at the upper and lower joints of the fracture site or the fracture site should not be displaced.

The treatment of fractures is more diverse. Different treatments should be taken according to the specific conditions. If there is a slight fracture without fracture, if it has not been swollen, if it is conditional, it should be cold-treated first, using ice water, ice cubes or cryogen. Applying the fracture site to prevent swelling, frozen mineral water and purified water are also acceptable, but it is not recommended to use tap water, and then sent to the hospital for treatment.