In what type of fracture are the bone ends wedged or jammed into each other?
b. Impacted or compressed.
Pain, false motion, edema, and crepitus are signs of a ____________________.
The process of restoring bone ends to their normal anatomical position is called
Casting, splinting, and application of continuous traction are techniques of
The principles of fracture management are ___________________________,
__________________________, and __________________________________.
Which of the following is NOT one of the "5 P's" of assessment?