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What to look out for:

• Pain made worse by movement
• Difficulty in moving affected joint
• Swelling and bruising
• Shock
• Unusual appearance of joint

What to do:

1. Rest and support the joint in the position which is most comfortable for the casualty.

2. Apply an ice pack or cold compress to affected area.

3. Ensure casualty is taken to hospital.

Never try to push bones back into position.

Apply ice directly to bare skin-wrap it in a cloth first


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