How do you brake a person arm or leg?
u can break apersons arms by putting your foot on their back pulling their arms
did he brake a arm or leg
they do it because un order the bone to heal to arm or leg must stay still the cast helps the person to keep the arm still
When you straighten your arm or leg (as in a pushing movement), you EXTEND the arm or leg. When you bend your arm at the elbow or your leg at the knee, you FLEX the arm at the elbow and flex the leg at the knee.
niel arm strong and he kept left leg on moon first
your leg is stronger than your arm
they have a head, an arm, an arm, a leg, and a leg.
Try adding some brake fluid to your vehicle. This happened on my 2000 Grand Caravan and when I took it in for service they charged me an arm and a leg for brake fluid.
a ripped shirt is like broken
Arm, (Arm rest) Leg, (Leg rest)
arm - aim - aid - lid - led - leg
The Esperanto words for arm and leg are brako and kruro.
the right leg is the right arm to the left leg (in this case arms and legs are same entity)
(The idiom means "expensive" or "overpriced.") "That waterfront property will cost me an arm and a leg." "Don't lose that watch, because it cost me an arm and a leg."
The arm and leg bones keep your arms and legs straight
The bending of an arm or leg is called flexion.
LEG because the fight the gation and it will proctect your nation and arm will breck.
they are similar becuz the both let you flex your arm or leg
No, I do not have a broken leg, i had a broken arm but not a broken leg
The leg and arm share many structural similarities. One key difference is the presence of the patella, or kneecap, in the leg.
After a cast or splint has been put on, the injured arm or leg should be elevated for 24 to 72 hours. It is recommended that the person lie or sit with the injured arm or leg raised above the level of the heart. Rest combined with elevation.
The humerus bone in the arm is similar to the femur bone in the leg.
The leg. The leg of his piano, that is.
kick him in the backside. and then brake his arm. then see if he is still standing up
Wrath looses his arm/leg in episode 50.
Which is the shortest route that can be taken by blood travelling from a leg to an arm in the human body?
The doctor can brake your leg by smashing an x-ray machine on it or by dropping you from a high place.
by breaking/fracturing the bone in your arm!
you use your leg muscles alot and your arm muscles. you use your leg muscles alot and your arm muscles.
He did not brake his leg, he was murdered.
He broke his foot. Not leg.
The best thing to do is go to a doctor and take an x-ray. But of course, if you can't go to a doctor right then, it would depend on where exactly the pain is coming from and if they can move their arm/leg/etc.
your head, your left leg, your right leg, your left arm, your right arm, your pencil, and in the air around you.
the doctors put a cast on an arm or leg to immobilize the limb so it could heal adequately.
Yes, Justin beiber did brake his leg and he broke it while in concert. he tripped on stage and broke it.
The. Leg hurts more because your leg has more bone
No but Bella breaks her leg from James.
he was doing a move and then he broke his leg
no because the arm consits of the radius, the ulna, and the humerous whereas the leg is composed of more bones that are stronger
there is a correlation in the ratio between the arm length and the leg length. the ratio is 1.556 inches.
A.L.L.A.H.=Arm, Leg, Leg, Arm, Head. The 5 Percent Nation believe that man is God.
This is not an idiom that I have ever heard. Perhaps you mean an arm AND a leg, which is an exaggerated way of saying something is really expensive.
numbness and itching in hand arm and leg
The humerus is the upper arm bone.
the big arm bone on the top is called the humerous. the forearm bones are ulna and radius. the big leg bone on top is called femer the bottom leg bones are tibia and fibula
prosthetic arm leg and hand. uses for the arm leg and hand also dentures for missing teeth
Because the leg bones have to support your entire body, where as arm bones only have to support the weight of your arms
Arm: Humerus, Ulna, and Radius, Carpal bones Leg: Femur, Patella, Fabellae, tibia, fibula, tarsal bones
If a person wearing a cast on an arm or leg experiences extra fatigue explain this on the basis of newton's first and second laws?
because a person may not be able to masterbait that's why it experiences extra fatigue
A prosthesis (being an artificial device) would be needed a person who has had a limb removed eg. arm or leg, someone who has had teeth extracted eg. dentures.