When Football Stadiums Attack - Page #3
 

Lab Studies:
3 students were transferred to the local hospital per EMTs: One for a presumed distal radius fracture, and two for head injuries; presumed concussions. Several students who had guardians present were treated for superficial abrasions that were irrigated and bandaged. One student had about a 4-5 cm laceration down the front of his leg that was sutured in the training room with parental consent by the PCSM fellow.

Consultations:
1. Emergency Room

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