First Aid For Chest Injuries Due To Collisions?
Hello, how is the first aid for chest injury caused by artistic gymnastics (parallel bars)
Good afternoon, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. First aid is actually not specifically divided based on the background of the incident, such as whether it is due to driving on the highway, because playing soccer, gymnastics, falling on the stairs, walking in the forest, falling from a tree or so forth, but rather what effect is given to body. For example, first aid in fractures, in snakebites, in bleeding, in seizures, in severe allergic reactions, and the like. Because people who have accidents on the highway may not experience heavy bleeding, only blisters, but broken bones. Handling will be different if the condition is heavy bleeding, even without a broken bone, or both.
So regarding your question, what kind of injury did the person suffer again? If it only bumps and turns red, there is no need for special handling. But if it causes excessive tightness, broken bones, or even translucent, early treatment may be needed, but again it will vary depending on the conditions.
Therefore, if you are confused about what the person is actually experiencing, it would be better if you were immediately taken to the emergency room of the hospital or any nearby health service, because forcing first aid on a condition that is still unknown could actually endanger the person . So, hopefully answering your question.