How to do exercise damage

Scientific treatment methods of open soft tissue damage, closed soft tissue injury and fracture.

Open soft tissue damage

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Common open soft tissue damage has abrasion, tabs and stabbed. The wounds are small, deeper, unfavorable to the wound ventilation, should pay special attention to the prevention of the broken wind. Generally, open soft tissue damage is mainly based on topical treatment, and basic treatment methods include hemostasis, cleaning, and repairing tissue organs and restrictions.

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Closed soft tissue damage

Common closed soft tissue damage has muscle strain, contusion, joint spraining and tendonji, etc. In the acute period, the damaged parts should be made to stop bleeding, anti-swelling and analgesia within 24 to 72 hours after injury, and the basic treatment is limited to mobile, cold therapy, pressurized coating and lift the crowned limbs. After the acute period, the blood recycling and tissue regeneration of the injury will be reduced, and the basic treatment measures include hot compress, massage and wearing protective gear.


When the patient fractures, attention should be taken to protect the integrity of the break, and the appropriate fixation should be carried out before moving patients, and reduce the secondary damage caused by the broken end movement. If it is an open fracture, it is also necessary to pressurize the neurifield of the limbs to reduce bleeding. Subsequent times will be fixed for a long time to promote bone healing, and the muscles in the injured site will gradually shrink due to lack of exercise. Therefore, patients with fractures need to be specially trained for muscles in the injured part after rehabilitation to promote recovery, prevent others Muscle injury.

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Reference: Children's Sports Health Promotion Science Q & A

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