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Copy of First Aid (Role Play)

Supervised By: Dr. Nahed El-Nagger
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on 28 October 2015

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First Aid
Heat Stroke
Choking
Objectives
Define heat stroke.
Discuss first aid of choking.
Define Cardiac & Pulmonary Arrest.
Define choking.
Define CPR.
List the Clinical Manifestation of Choking.
List the Clinical Manifestation of Heat Stroke.
Why is first aid important?
Introduction
What is first aid?
The care given for emergency situations before medical help arrives.
To save a life.
To prevent further injury.
To preserve vitality and resistance to infection.

Cardiopulmonary Arrest
First Aids of:
What is heat stroke?
Manifestations
First Aid for Heat Stroke
It is a condition in which the body becomes overheated in a relatively short space of time and it canbe a life-threatening condition,requiring urgent medical attention
It manifested by the following signs:
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Flushed skin.
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Nausea and vomiting.
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Rapid heart beats and breathing.
1.
Move the victim to a cool place.

2.
Remove as much the victim's outer clothing as possible.

3.
Lie down the victim with elevated legs.
4.
Wrap the victim in cold wet sheet.

5.
Replace it if dried and repeat this process until his temperature is back to normal.
If the victim didn’t answer then treat it as severe obstruction and do the following:
What do you do when you see someone choked ?
What is choking?
It is a blockage of the upper airway by food or other objects, which prevents a person from breathing effectively.
First, you need to check the his response by asking him
“Are you choking?”

if he answered
“yes!”
you treat it as a
mild obstruction
:
Encourage him to continue coughing and nothing else.
1.
Stand behind the victim, support the chest with one hand and lean him forward.

2.
Give him five blows between the shoulders with the heel of your hand.

3.
Check to see if the back blows has relieved the airway obstruction.

4.
If the five blows fail to relieve the airway obstruction

start giving him five abdominal thrusts.
Abdominal thrusts (Heimlich Maneuver)
1.
Stand behind the victim and put your arms around the upper part of his abdomen and lean him forward.

2.
Clench your fist and place it between the naval and the bottom end of sternum.
3.
Grasp this hand with your other hand and pull sharply inward and upward. Repeat it five times.

4.
If the obstruction is still not relieved, continue the five back blows with five abdominal thrusts.
Clinical Manifestation of Arrest
Sudden unconscious.
Gasping then stop respiration.
Cyanosis.
Absent of carotid or radial pulse.
Dilated pupils.
The person’s skin appears pale and feels cool.
Ibn Sina National College
1436 – 1437
2015 - 2016
List the clinical manifestation of Arrest.
Discuss First Aid of heat stroke.

CPR
PERFORMANCE

How to perform CPR?
Check the victim for consciousness
open air way
Look, listen, and touch
Check victim’s pulse.
If there’s no response, call 997
.
Start CPR
Give the victum
two effective breaths
Then Give him
30 chest compressions.
Perform 5 cycles of
compressions and

ventilations

(
30-2 ratio
)
is an emergency life support technique used to artificially maintain both circulation and ventilation in persons suffering from cardiac respiratory arrest until advanced life support can be made.
CPR ?
CPR
Cardiac Arrest:

Respiratory arrest
(pulmonary arrest):
- It is cessation of breathing may occurs due to:
• blocked airway.
• Following a cardiac arrest.
Summary


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Definition of Cardiac & Pulmonary Arrest .

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manifestation of Arrest.

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Definition of CPR .

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The first aid of Arrest
(CPR).
References
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Check list of heat stroke.

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Check list of choking.

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Check list of foreign bodies.

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Check list of Bleeding.

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Medical News Today. http://www.medicalnewstoday.com

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Emedicinehealth. http://www.emedicinehealth.com

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WebMD. http://www.webmd.com

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BBC. http://www.bbc.co.uk

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Netdoctor. http://www.netdoctor.co.uk

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Wiki Answers. http://wiki.answers.com/
Thank You
Prepared By 1st Year Studentes :

- Rawan AL-Barakati. - Revan Banjar
- Ohood Al-Qurmoshi . - Amani Kamel . Amal Abduallah. - Sahad Badawood . - Hala Al-Ghamdi . - Aseel Murshid . Reffal Al-Shaikh . - Waad .
- Bashaer QutbAl-Deen .
Supervised By:
Dr.Hani Atwa
Prepared By 1st Year Students:
- Rawan AL-Barakati. - Revan Banjar
- Ohood Al-Qurmoshi . - Amani Kamel . - Amal Abduallah. - Sahad Badawood - Hala Al-Ghamdi . - Aseel Murshid . - Reffal Al-Shaikh . - Waad .
- Bashaer QutbAl-Deen .




Supervised By:
Dr. Hani Atwa
Discuss First Aid of Arrest (
preforming CPR
)
Is The Cessation of Cardiac Function
(The Heart Stops Beating)
1-
A
2-
B
3-
C
Recently :
1-
c
2-
A
3-
B
Don't Over ventilate
Continue This cycle of
30 chest compressions
with

two rescue breaths until

OR
The victim Takes a
spontaneous Breath

Recovery position
Emergency Help
Arrives.

Questions For
FUN
security Forces hospital
1436 – 1437
2015 - 2016
BY
Dr.Rawan Al-Barakati
CPR
How to Preform
the New CPR ..
-
Preorming
the New CPR
.
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