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Fractures in First Aid

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Completing my First Aid Course I was having a reread through the book and found heaps of things to talk about and decided to do a random flip through and where it opened I would do a demo. Fractures - is what I read.

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English

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There are 206 bones in the human body. The skeleton holds our skin up and bones act as factories for producing blood and essential blood cells through bone marrow bones are also integral to the body's strength. Some brains have a protective function, some a supporting function. While others are for movement. When a bone is broken or fractured, it affects not only blood production and function, but there can be complications associated with the muscles, tendons, nerves and blood vessels that are attached or are close to the bone.