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Health&Human

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What are the 3 Emergency action steps in order? Check,Call,Care
What is the first thing you have to check? see if it really is an emergency,use your senses.
How do you know who to help first? Triage, see who is the worst take them first.
why do you always check for danger? so you won't be the second victim.
what is the number to poison control? 1-800-222-1222
what is the number to the state police? #77
What law protects you? The Good Samaritan Law
How does the Good Samaritan Law protect you? you are reasonable,stay within training,gain permission,do not abandon anybody.
what is expressed consnet? verbally given permission by concious adult,child, or parent of child.
How do you gain expressed consent? Say your name,tell them you're trained, tell them your plan, and ask for help.
What is implied consent? if unconcious adult,or absence of childs parent assume they want help.
What do you do if they say they don't want help? don't touch them and call 9-1-1 but do not abandon them
What Can you use to protect you from disease?(PPE) Gloves,gogles,and plastic cover for mouth.
How do you dispose of items that are soiled in bodily fluids? put in bio-hazard container.
How do you make your own bio-hazard container? Put a plastic zip-lock bag inside another ziplock bag
What can Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C cause? can cause inflamiination of the liver that can lead to liver damage, scarring,or liver failure.
What does HIV & Aids do to you? attack your immune system.
What is the beginning stage of this attack? HIV
When do AIDs occur? when much of your immune system has been killed off and you're highly at risk for catching disease and getting deadly infections
what is direct contact? physically coming into contact with body fluids.ex.kissing
what is indirect contact? airborne when someone sneezes or coughs and the droplets are released in the air are inhaled or get into mucous membranes.
What are the quickest ways for the droplets to get in your body? the muscous membranes,(eyes,nose,mouth)
what are the 3 P's? Preserve Life, Prevent further injury, Promote recovery.
If you can't do anything to help what do you do? call 9-1-1
Created by: Danielle04 on 2012-11-29



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