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Red Cross First Aid

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Kriti Lalwani

on 27 May 2015

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Transcript of Red Cross First Aid

Thank You!
Introduction
Checking the Scene and Person
Is the scene safe?
Yes

No
Calling 911
To have someone else call:
- "YOU! CALL 911!"
To call 911:
- "This is an emergency call"
- Give info
- Don't hang up
Choking
First Aid
Check- Call- Care
Red Cross
Basic Aid

- Red Cross
-Girl Scouts
Universal sign for choking
Choking diagram
-What is choking?
- How to prevent choking
- Types of choking and choking rescue
- Partial
- Complete
5 Back blows, 5 abdominal thrusts, repeat.
Scrape
Cut
Puncture
Bite
Bruise
Shock
-different from emotional shock
-electric
-circulatory shock: oxygen demand greater than supply
-Anaphylactic
-Septic
-Distributive
-Cardiogenic
-give general care
-don't give the person food or water
-symptoms...
by Jasmine Wang and Kriti Lalwani
General Care
Poison
222-1222
toxic
non-toxic
edible
Would You Rather...
Would You Rather...
Would You Rather...
Check for consciousness.
Is the person conscious? (Does he/she respond?)
Yes

No
Ask if you can help.
Does the person say yes or nod?
Yes

No
Check for breathing and call 911.
-airway, breathing, circulation
Is the person breathing?
Yes

No
lie down
stabilize temperature
keep calm
Give general care.
Stay with the person and call for help.
Put person in recovery position.
If you are trained in CPR, administer CPR. If not, stay with the victim and try to find an AED (automated external defibrillator) or someone who is trained, while waiting for an ambulance
.
-Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
-Purpose is to keep the person's heart pumping blood
What is CPR?
AED
- Automated External Defibrillator
- Sends series of electric shocks to start heart
Five types of common wounds
- Small wounds (not a lot of blood)
- Large wounds (gushing blood)
-Dressing & Bandaging
-If bloody...
-Always wash hands afterward!
Applying slings
Fractures
Bites and Stings
-Mammal bites
-Bee stings and wasp stings
-Insect/spider bites
-Snake bites
What do you notice about this person?
Burns and Bruises
Burns:
-cool water for 10 minutes
-loosely wrap

Bruises:
-cold compress
Treatment
What's the difference between fractures and broken bones?
It's the same thing!
Try to move the person
if possible; if not, call for
help and wait.
"break"=
less professional way to say
"fracture"
Types of fractures:
-closed/simple
-open/compound
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