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Internal Injuries

Internal Injuries

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Published by: Mozil Fadzil Kamarudin on Jun 11, 2010
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SPS351Management of SportsInjuries & Strength TrainingMohd Fadzil b. Hj. KamarudinSR113 UiTM/INSTEDT
 
Internal Organ Injuries
Internal injuries are not common in sports.They must be handled by medical personnel.It often takes a few hours for a serious internalinjury to appear.Be alert when;
 ±Nausea ±Vomiting ±Abdominal cramps or rigidity ±Skin pallor, weak pulse or dizziness (shock) ±Discoloration of urine (copper or red)
 
For suspected internal injuries,
DO NOT
 ±Give an athlete food or water. ±Allow an injured athlete to leave a game opractice while unattended. ±Allow an athlete who has suffered anapparent minor blow in the area of an internalorgan to go home until you warn both athleteand his/her parents of the signs andsymptoms of a serious internal inury.

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