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An impaled object is one that has punctured and imbedded into the soft tissue (skin/muscle).

1. Do NOT remove the object. Call 911
2. Find a cup, bucket or some other object to place around the object.
3. Tape or tie down the protecting enclosure.
4. Leave the top open for viewing
5. Pack with guaze/bandage, if available, to prevent movement if cover is large.
6. Adjust the instructions depending on location and size of impaled object.
An impaled object is one that has punctured and imbedded into the soft tissue (skin/muscle).
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How do you secure an impaled object?

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How do you secure an impaled object at the entrance of a wound?

An impaled object is one that has punctured and imbedded into the  soft tissue (skin/muscle).    1. Do NOT remove the object. Call 911.   2. Find a cup, bucket or

How do you secure an impaled object of the entrance of the wound?

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