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Emergency Response

What is the first step in The Emergency Action Steps? Check. -The scene.
How do you know if it is an emergency? Use your senses. -Do you SEE anything unusual -Do you HEAR anything unusual -Do you SMELL anything unusual
What is the second step in The Emergency Action Steps? Call. -Dispatcher; 9-1-1 -State Police; #77 -Poision Control; 1800-222-1222 -Emergency Social Services; 2-1-1
What is the third step in The Emergency Action Steps? Care. -Give care based on what you know about the situtation, and what is wrong with the person.
In which situtations would you give care before you call? -When there is an unconcios adult- no witnesses -Sudden collapse of a child -A child with a known heart condition
What are the reasons a person may be afraid to help, or not want to help? -Don't know what to do. -Afraid of doing it wrong. -Thinks someone else will do it. -Afraid of being sued. -Afraid of catching diseases.
What is the Bystander effect? The more people there are, the less likely someone will do anything.
What law can help protect you? The Good Samaritan Law protects you if; -You act rationally. -You stay within your training. -You gain consent. -You do not abandon them.
What is expressed consent? Verbally given by a conscious, lucid adult, or a parent of a child.
What are the steps of getting expressed consent? -Say your name. -Say you are trained. -Tell them what you plan to do. -Ask if you can help them.
What is Implied Consent? -Assumed. Unconscious adult or absence of a child's parent. -If they say no? Do not help them. Call 9-1-1.
What helps you stay protected from disease? PPE; Personal Protective Equptiment -Gloves. -Goggles. -Mask.
What are bodily fluids? -Blood. -Saliva. -Urine. -Fecies.
How do you make your own Bio-Hazzard Container? -2 Zip-Lock bags, one inside of the other.
What is an Bio-Hazzard Container do? -Dispose of that are solids, or contain bodily fluids.
What is direct contact? Physically coming in contact with bodily fluids.
What is in-direct contact? Airborne; At risk when someone sneezes or coughs into the air.
What are "The Three P's" -Preserve life -Prevent further injury -Promote recovery
If nothing else, what should you do? -Call for help. 9-1-1
Created by: Jonesbl