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What are the emergency action steps (in order)? Check, Call, Care
when would you not fall the action steps in order? Sometimes you would need to break the emergency action steps. Which be care before you call. After 2 minutes of care then call the situation.
What does the "Big D" stand for and why is it important? the big D stand for danger. You check for danger so you won't be a second victim
Never be a second what ?? Victim
What is a triage? Triage is deciding who to help first.
What is the difference in calling 9-1-1 and calling #77? #77 is the state police and 9-1-1 is dispatcher
What is the phone # for poision control? 18002221222
What protects you from being sued ? Good samaritian law
What could you do to lose this protection abandon them and not to get consent
When there is a crowd, and everyone is waiting on someone else to do something it is called what? Bystander Effect
What does the PPE stand for and what is an example of it Personal Protective equipment. A example is gloves.
A bio-hazard is? taking precautions
How do you make your own bio-hazard container? Ziplock bags one inside another
what is the difference between direct contact diseases and indirect contact diseases? Direct is physically coming into contact with bodily fluids. Indirect anything airborne coming from the body.
Your eyes,nose and mouth are what? mucus membranes
what is implied consent? assumed if the person was consious
How do you gain expressed consent? Verbally given by consious, lucid adult or parents of child.
Created by: brownce