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emergency steps


What is the first step in a emergency? check
what is the second step in a emergency? call
what is the third step in a emergency? care
what senses do you use at a emergency? see,hear,smell
why wouldn't someone want to help? 1.afraid of being sued 2.afraid of doing it wrong 3. afraid of diseases 4. dont know how
whats the number for poison control? 1800-222-1222
what is the bystander effect? the more people there are the less likely someone is to do anything
what is the number for emergency social services? 2-1-1
9-1-1 is the number for what? dispatcher
#77 is the number for what? state police
If your afraid of being sued then what law protects you? The Good Samaritan Law
The law of good samaritan protects only if you 1. you act resonable 2.stay withing your training 3.you gain consent(permission)4.if you dont abanden them
what should you ask yourself at a crime scene? 1. what happened? 2.is there danger is it safe?3.how many victims are there4.triage5.how many victims6.is there anyone else to help?
why should you check for safety? because you dont want to become a second victim
whats implied consent? assume,unconcious or absence of a childs parent
what if they say no to helping? dont touch them call 9-1-1 and monitor
what are body fluids? blood,salvia,urine,feces
bio-hazard dispose of the items that are spoiled in a bio-hazard container
how can you make your own bio-hazard container? 2 ziplock bags one inside the other
direct contact is physically coming into contact with bodily fluids
indirect contact is through the mucous membranes(eyes,nose,mouth)
the three p's are? 1.preserve life 2.prevent further injury 3.promtoe recovery
whats the big "d"? why is it important? danger,you never want to become the second victim
how do you gain expressed consent? say your name,say that youre trained,tell then what your going to do,ask if you can help
hepatitis B and C that are diseases that affect what? inflammation of the liver that can lead to liver damage,scarring, liver damage
never be a second what? victim
Created by: ashleag