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Immobilization of fractures Part 2.


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A compilation of films showing good first aid practice as recommended by the World Health Organisation. The films are shot in a plain studio setting and the wounds themselves, such as bleeding etc. are convincingly recreated.


UK, .1974.

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1 encoded moving image (08:37 min.) : sound, color



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Oxford Educational Resources 1974

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Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial 2.0 UK: England & Wales


Segment 2 Title; Immobilization of fractures of the lower limb. Firstly looking at fractures of the femur, the presentation of the foot can be a clue. A guide to how to apply bandages. A body is marked numerically to indicate the order in which it should be bound to the stretcher and thereby immobilised. Time start: 00:00:00:00 Time end: 00:08:37:00 Length: 00:08:37:00

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Made by Oxford Educational Resources. Work carried out in co-operation with the World Health Organization, the International Labour Office and the League of Red Cross Societies. Based on the International Medical Guide for Ships (ILO, IMCO, WHO). Production and direction by Rene Schacher.


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