R.i.c.e first aid - How to Treat a Sprained Ankle

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Your body needs time to heal the injury.

In order to do so, this passive system relies on the voluntary contraction of the tissues surrounding the site of trauma in order to produce a propulsive force.

U-shaped splint for immobilizing a broken ankle or one of the bones in the lower leg.

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P.R.I.C.E. Is Right First Aid For Muscle and Joint Sports Injuries

No information can be provided about the best way, amount, and duration of compression or the position in which compression treatment is given recumbent or elevated.

The cold or ice component of RICE and its variations reduces blood flow to the injured area and delays healing.

Not only is rest important in the period immediately after your child is injured, but adequate rest is necessary before your child returns to sports.

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    RICE is a common acronym / mnemonic used to remember the first aid treatment for a sprain or a strain. So what does RICE stand for? R est Resting the injury is the first step in treating a sprain or a strain. A injury to muscles or ligaments can be made significantly worse if the injured area is put under more stress.
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    Step 2: Ice To help reduce pain and swelling during the first 48 hours after injury, ice the area 20 minutes at a time every 4 hours, using an ice pack covered in a towel. If you don’t have an ice pack handy, an alternative would be to use a bag of frozen peas, corn, or other veggies.
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    Following the steps below may help to treat a mild or moderate injury. Begin immediately after an injury, and continue treatment for the next 24–48 hours. Rest the injured area. Avoid moving it and .
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    C is for Compression After icing, to further prevent swelling, wrap the injured area with an elastic bandage or compression sleeve. Take the wrap and start farthest away from the injured body part to the heart. Continuously wrap, always making sure to cover half of the previously wrapped area.
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    First aid for strains, sprains, contusions, dislocations, or uncomplicated fractures. Rest. Stop using injured part. Continued activity could cause further injury, delay healing, increase pain, and stimulate bleeding. Use crutches to avoid bearing weight on injuries of the leg, knee, ankle, or foot. Use splint for injuries of the arm, elbow.
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