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1. What's The First Step? 1. Check The Scene!
2. How Do You Know If It's An Emergency? Use Your Senses! Do You SEE , HEAR, OR SMELL anything unusual.
3. What Type Of Questions Do You Ask Yourself To Protect You & The Victim & Tell You What Happened or What To Do? - What Happened? - Is there danger/Is it safe? - How many victims are there? - What is wrong? - Is there anyone else to help? - Who should I help first? [Triage]
4. What's The Big "D"? "D" stands for Danger! Always check and see if it's safe.
5. What's The Second Step? 2. Call!
6. Who Can You Call? - 911 - Dispatcher - #77 - State Police - 1-800-222-1222 - Poison Control - 211 - Emergency Social Services.
7. What's The Third Step? 3. Care! <3
8. How Can You Care? Give Care based on what you find wrong with the person
9. Sometimes you need to break the three emergency action steps and CARE before you CALL. You Would Give [2]minutes of care and then call in these situations. - An unconscious Adult - not witnessed - Sudden collapse of a child - A child with known heart condition
10. What Are Some Reasons Why You May Not Want To Help? - Don't know what to do - Afraid of doing something wrong - Think someone else will do it - Afraid of being sued - Afraid of diseases
11. What is the Bystander Effect? The more people there are, the less likely someone is to do anything.
12. Afraid of Being Sued? The law has your back! The Good Samaritan Law
13. What does the Samaritan Law protect? Protects You If; - You act reasonable - You stay within your training - You gain consent [permission] - You do not abandon them! c:
14. What Is Expressed Consent? Verbally given by conscious, lucid adult or parent of a child; Say Your Name, Say You Are Trained, Tell Them What You Plan To Do, & Ask Them If You Can Help Them.
15. What is Implied Consent? Assume. Unconscious Adult or Absence Of A Child's Parent.
16. What do you do if They Say No? Do NOT touch, DO call 911 Monitor.
17. Afraid of Catching a Disease? Personal Protective Equipment! [PPE]
18. Bodily Fluids: - Blood - Saliva - Urine - Feces
19. BIO-HAZARD: Dispose of items that are soiled in a bio-hazard container.
20. How Can You Make Your Own Bio-Hazard Container? 2 Ziplock Bags [One inside the Other!]
21. What is Direct Contact? Physically coming into contact with bodily fluids.
22. What is Indirect Contact? Airborne! At the risk whe someone coughs or sneezes and the droplets released into the air are inhaled or get into the mucous membranes.
23. What are The Quickest Mucous Membranes it Enters? Eyes, Nose, and Mouth.
24. What Are The Three P's? P - Preserve Life P - Prevent Futher Injury P - Promote Recovery
25. If Nothing Else, What Do You ALWAYS Do? Call 911!
Hepatitis B & C are both diseases that affect what? inflammation of liver,that can lead to liver damage.
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