The following are some of the symptoms of an acute injury:
Sudden, intense pain.
Extreme swelling or bruising.
Having difficulty bearing weight on a leg, knee, ankle, or foot
being incapable of moving a joint in its typical manner.
Extreme feebleness in a limb that has been wounded.
a bone or joint that is obviously misaligned with its surrounding structures.
What are the three most important things to check on a person who has been injured?
As mentioned by personal injury doctors, The first order of business is circulation, followed by airway, and then breathing. Determine the level of the victim's circulation, and make any necessary adjustments. Check to see that the person is still breathing and that their airway has not been blocked in any manner. The objective is to stop the situation from getting any worse in any way possible.