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blog injury Mengatasi Cedera Olahraga dg PRICE

Setiap Latihan atau olahraga kita sering mendengar dan kadang-kadang merasakan sendiri cedera pada olahraga. Banyak tindakan-tindakan yang kita lakukan pada saat cedera pada murid-murid atau anggota club olahraga kita. Salah satu mengatasi cedera adalah menggunakan konsep PRICE. Price adalah singkatan dari :

PROTECTION : Lindungi area yang cedera, jangan sampai kotoran-kotoran masuk ke area cedera yang akan mengakibatkan infeksi

REST : Istirahatkan area yang cedera (tidak di urut atau diputar-putar atau di tarik-tarik), kawatir makin memperparah cedera

ICE : Tempelkan es yang dibalut dengan kain/handuk selama 10-15 menit, kemudian lepaskan sebentar agar aliran darah tidak membeku, dan ditempelkan lagi. Lakukan berulang-ulang hingga nyeri berkurang.

COMPRESSION : Balut dengan kain/perban elastis untuk mengurangi bengkak atau peradangan

ELEVATION : Posisikan bagian cedera lebih tinggi dari jantung kita. Bila cedera di kaki, tidur dan sangga kaki lebih tinggi.

Pemberian salep-salep sebaiknya yang bersifat mendinginkan bukan memanaskan (tidak mengandung asam salisilat) karena akan meningkatkan peradangan pada area yang cedera.

Mudah-mudahan bermanfaat bagi kita semua. “Pencegahan Lebih Baik Dari Pada Mengobati”

Eng :

Every training or doing exercise, we usually heard or sometimes felt injuries. We have a lot of actions to solve the problem for our students or member of our club. One of solutions is PRICE concept. PRICE stands for :

PROTECTION : If injured, stop playing and protect the injured part from further damage. Avoid putting weight on the injured part, get help moving to a safe area off the field.

REST : Rest is vital to protect the injured muscle, tendon, ligament or other tissue from further injury. Resting the injured part is important to promote effective healing

ICE : When icing an injury, choose a cold pack, crushed ice or a bag of frozen peas wrapped in a thin towel to provide cold to the injured area. When icing injuries, never apply ice directly to the skin (unless it is moving as in ice massage) and never leave ice on an injury for more than 20 minutes at a time. Longer exposure can damage your skin and even result in frostbite. A good rule is to apply cold compresses for 15 minutes and then leave them off long enough for the skin to re-warm

COMPRESSION : Compression helps limit and reduce swelling, which may delay healing.

ELEVATION : Elevating an injury help control swelling. It’s most effective when the injured area is raised above the level of the heart. For example, if you injure an ankle, try lying on your bed with your foot propped on one or two pillows

Giving a balm is better using a cold than warm because it will be worse.

It’s hoped useful for us. “Preventive is better than Curative.

Ref :

http://sportsmedicine.about.com/cs/rehab/a/rice.htm?r=facebook

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