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Fracture - Work Related Injury

A fracture is a work related injury where the bone has been broken or cracked.  They type of injury requires immediate medical attention to set the bone and possibly repair any extraordinary damage to the bone, veins and other tissue.

A fracture will usually result in the area or limb containing the fractured bone to be set into place and a plaster cast placed over the area to prevent movement while the bone heals itself back together.

Fractures usually also experience a large amount of swelling, especially if it is near a joint such as an ankle.  An employee suffering a work related injury fracture may or may not be able to perform his or her normal job while the fracture heals.  The healing process can take several months in most cases.

 

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