The Radius and Ulna | An Intimate Look For EMS Study

You may be thinking that this simple and commonly mentioned area of your EMS textbook needs no further exploration. Yet knowing and understanding where the radius and ulna sit in the forearm can help you with your patient assessment, documentation and verbal patient care report.

It doesn’t take much to get a firm grasp on these two bones, especially when you can peel away the muscles to see them.

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