The relative importance of compression in RICES injury treatment... rest, ice, compression, elevation, and stabilization.

  • Draper D
  • Knight K
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Abstract

Constant compression is essential during immediate care when the goal is to prevent edema.

Author-supplied keywords

  • Athletic Injuries -- Therapy
  • Compression Therapy
  • Compression Therapy -- Methods
  • Cross Country Skiing -- In Middle Age
  • Edema -- Physiopathology
  • Edema -- Prevention and Control
  • Education, Continuing (Credit)
  • Male
  • Middle Age
  • Skiing Injuries -- Therapy -- In Middle Age
  • Sprains and Strains -- Therapy -- In Middle Age

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  • D O Draper

  • K L Knight

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