Compartment Syndrome 5Ps

by Cathy Parkes June 14, 2021

For symptoms of compartment syndrome, remember the 5Ps: Paresthesia, Paralysis, Pallor, Pulselessness, Intense Pain (unrelieved by drugs and/or with passive movement)

For symptoms of compartment syndrome, remember the 5Ps: Paresthesia, Paralysis, Pallor, Pulselessness, Intense Pain (unrelieved by drugs and/or with passive movement)



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