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Write a patient information sheet describing these 20 different types of fractures that you may see at the orthopedics practice you work in. Include the following fracture types: closed open complicated comminuted impacted incomplete greenstick Colles' butterfly complete compression fissure hairline oblique spiral unstable segmental fragmental double complex what i really need help on is the patient information sheet this is my first experience in this class could someone give me an idea on how to do this?????

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I can help but it might take me a while. do you need help with the definitions or how the actual sheet looks itself?
what the sheet looks like i have most of the definitions i am still looking at a few the sheet part is what is stumping me

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