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Running head: ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY: DOES WARM OR COLD COMPRESSIONS TO ANKLE SPRAIN THE AMOUNT OF SWELLING AND THE INTENSITY OF HURT? 1 Annotated Bibliography: Does Warm or Cold Compressions to Ankle Sprains Reduce the Amount of Swelling and the Intensity of Hurt? Preshous Smith Chamberlain College of Nursing NR-500-13488 Foundational Concepts and Applications
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ANNOTATED BIBLIOGRAPHY: DOES WARM OR COLD COMPRESSIONS TO ANKLE SPRAIN THE AMOUNT OF SWELLING AND THE INTENSITY OF HURT? 2 Annotated Bibliography: Does Warm or Cold Compressions to Ankle Sprains Reduce the Amount of Swelling and the Intensity of Hurt? Bekerom, M. P., Struijs, P. A., Blankevoort, L., Welling, L., van Dijk, C. N., & Kerkhoffs, G. M. (2012). What Is the Evidence for Rest, Ice, Compression, and Elevation Therapy in the Treatment of Ankle Sprains in Adults?. Journal Of Athletic Training (Allen Press) , 47 (4), 435-443 Bekerom et al. (2012), stated that 1 in 1,000,000 Americans sprain their ankle a day. Ankle
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