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Year 7 First Aid

Revision cards for Yr 7 First Aid exam

What does First Aid mean? The inital or immediate care given to someone who has suffered an injury or illness
What does COWS stand for? Can you hear me? Open your eyes. What's your name? Squeeze my hands.
What does D stand for? Danger
What does R stand for? Response
What does S stand for? Send for help
What does A stand for? Airways
What does B stand for? Breathing
What does C stand for? Compressions
What does the second D stand for? Defibrillation
What are the 4 P's of First Aid? Preserve Life, Prevent further injury, Promote recovery and Protect the unconscious
How many breaths and how many compressions do you give when doing CPR? 2 breaths and 30 compressions
What phone number do you ring for the ambulance? 000
What are the three states of consciousness Alert, Altered and unconscious
Who could be in danger in an emergency situation? You, casualty and bystanders
Created by: samantha taylor