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First Aid Webquest
Transcript of First Aid Webquest
to care for shock first lay them down then begin cpr if necessary third you must treat obvious injuries next keep the person calm and warm after that.
1. call 911 immediatley
2. ask if the person has an emergency medical kit
3. take the victimn to the hospital
the three c's of first aid
1. the fist C is check you must check your suroundings for danger
2. call: you tell someone to call or call 911 yourself
3. care for any injured people.
items to include in an emergency kit
2 absorbent compress dressings (5 x 9 inches)
25 adhesive bandages (assorted sizes)
1 adhesive cloth tape (10 yards x 1 inch)
5 antibiotic ointment packets (approximately 1 gram)
5 antiseptic wipe packets
2 packets of aspirin (81 mg each)
1 blanket (space blanket)
1 breathing barrier (with one-way valve)
1 instant cold compress
2 pair of non latex gloves (size: large)
2 hydro cortisone ointment packets (approximately 1 gram each)
1 roller bandage (3 inches wide)
1 roller bandage (4 inches wide)
5 sterile gauze pads (3 x 3 inches)
5 sterile gauze pads (4 x 4 inches)
2 triangular bandages
First aid instruction booklet
First Aid Manual
Care for Burns
1st Degree Burn- Treat them by holding the burn under cold water or applying
cool, wet compresses until the pain eases.
2nd Degree Burn- Treat by running under cold water, letting it dry, then apply a loose guaze pad.
3rd Degree Burn- Treat by running under cold water, letting it dry, then apply a loose guaze pad. If possible treat for shock and seek medical attention.
Splints and Fractures
Table of Contents
Andrew Morey-Page 1-3
Spencer Whitten-Page 4-6
Brody Mcgregory-Page 7-9
care for open wounds
caring for open wounds is one of the most important steps. when peeps have open wounds take care of the wound immediately, because even a minor wound can get infected if bacteria are allowed to build up in the wound site.
By Spencer Whitten, Brody McGregory,
and Andrew Morey
Sprain-Syptoms are an overstretched
ligiment.Have the victim take any weight off
of the injured joint and instruct the person not to use the joint.
Do not try to move or straighten an injured limb. Cover any
open wounds with a sterile dressing. Apply ice packs or cold
compresses to the affected area for no more than 20 minutes at
a time. Be sure to place a barrier such as a thin towel between
the ice pack and bare skin. Seek medical treatment if the pain
is persistent or severe.
Fracture- Sympotms are swollen area near the suspected bone or a bone sticking out of the flesh. To treat, treat for shock than support the spinal collumn, and call 911.
Heat Exaustion and Stroke
Signals of heat exhaustion include severe lack of energy,
general weakness, headache, nausea, faintness, and sweating;
cool, pale, moist skin; and a rapid pulse. To treat lay the victim down in a cooled place, and encourage them to drink small sips of water for 1-2 hours. Heatstroke is caused if Heat Exhaustion is left untreated. To treat lay victim in a cool place and seek medical attention.
Some symptoms for poisoning includes vomiting, difficulty breathing, sleepiness, confusion or other unexpected signs if these symptoms are showed call 911 immediately while waiting for ambulance expose the victim to fresh air.