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Before performing any First Aid, Check for: Universal Precautions for Airborne ... Essentials of First Aid. 1. ABC (aviation route breathing flow) 2. Control dying. 3. ...
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Medical aid

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Basic First Aid

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Securing the Scene Before performing any First Aid, Check for: Electrical perils Chemical dangers Noxious & Toxic gasses Ground risks Fire Unstable gear

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Universal Precautions for Airborne & Bloodborn Pathogens HIV & Hepatitis Gloves & Respiratory Barrier devise are an unquestionable requirement to avert transmission of infections Tuberculosis

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Fundamentals of First Aid Activate EMS System 1. ABC (aviation route breathing dissemination) 2. Control draining 3. Treat for Shock (restorative crises) 4. Open injuries & Burns 5. Cracks & Dislocations 6. Transportation "Get Out or 911"

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Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation

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Control of Bleeding Direct Pressure Elevation Cold Applications Pressure wrap

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Sources for Consideration Spurting Artery Steady stream Veins Capillary Oozing Internal Injuries

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Pressure Points Temporal Facial Carotid Where the supply route ignores a bone near the skin Sub-clavian Brachial Radial Ulnar Femoral Popliteal Pedal

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Tourniquet Absolute final resort in controlling dying. Keep in mind Life over appendage Once a tourniquet is connected, it is not to be evacuated , just by a specialist

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Shock influences all real elements of the body loss of blood stream to the tissues and organs Shock must be dealt with in all mischance cases

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Treatment for Shock Lie casualty down if conceivable - Face is pale-raise the tail - Face is red-raise the head Loosen tight attire Keep casualty warm and dry Do not give anything by mouth Transport!

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Thermal blazes Dry sterile dressing Cold application Remove choking apparel Treat for stun TRANSPORT!

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Severe Burns Send for medicinal consideration. Cool the smolder zone with water for 10 to 20minutes. Lay the loss down and make him as agreeable as could be allowed, shielding blaze range from ground contact. Delicately evacuate any rings, watches, belts or contracting dress from the harmed range before it starts to swell. Spread the harmed range freely with clean unmedicated dressing or comparable non soft material and wrap.

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Severe Burns Don\'t expel anything that is adhering to the blaze. Try not to apply moisturizers, treatments, spread or fat to the harm. Try not to break rankles or generally meddle with the harmed zone. Don\'t over-cool the patient and cause shuddering. In the event that breathing and pulse stop, start revival quickly, If loss is oblivious yet breathing typically, put in the recuperation position. Treat for stun.

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Fractures & Dislocations Don\'t adjust a break - Unless prepared and prepared - regard as found Must treat for draining first Do not push bones once again into the right spot

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Splints Can be framed to state of distortion Must be a straight line break Be cautious of temperature or height change

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Neck & Spinal Injuries CARE AND TREATMENT ABC\'s amazing consideration in starting examination — insignificant development earnest rescue vehicle transport apply cervical neckline or bolster treat for stun treat some other wounds keep up body heat if development required, \'log roll\' and utilize colleagues dependably keep up head arrangement with the spine

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Lifting Techniques Two man convey Lift & roll or log move 4 man straddle

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