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lesson 1

What is the number for poison control? 1-800-222-1222
What is the number for state police? #77
What is the number for emergency social services? 2-1-1
What is the number for dispatcher? 9-1-1
What are the three emergency action steps? Check Call Care
What do you check? The scene.Ask. What happend? Is there danger/ Is it safe? How many victims are there? What is wrong? Is there anyone else to help? Who do I help first?
What is the Big-D? Danger.
What is implied consent? If someone is laying unconcious in a room when you come in. Or if a little kid collapses in front of you and their parents aren't there.
What do you do if the person tells you that you cannot help? Don't touch them. Don't abandon them. Call 9-1-1
What is PPE? Personal Protective Equipment
What does PPE's protect you from? Bodidly fluids such as bloode, saliva, urine, and feces.
How do you make your own bio-hazzard container? 2 Ziploc bags one inside of the other.
What is direct contact? Directly coming in contact with bodily fluids. Such as kissing, physical touch,and exchange of personal bodily fluids threw an opened wound.
What is indirect contact? Airborne. Like if someone sneezes or coughs and does not cover their mouth or nose.
What are you mucus membranes? Mouth. Nose. and Eyes.
What are things you could wear for PPE? Goggle or Glasses. Long sleeves or some type of jacket. Gloves.
How do you get permission from a person? State your name. Tell them you are trained. And ask if you can help.
What are the 3 P's? Preserve life. Prevent further injury. Promote recovery.
How do you know if it's an emergency? Use your senses.
What's triage? It's when you see is hurt the worse and help them first then work backwards.
What is good samitan law? Good samaritan law is when you help someone and a person tries to sue you. But they can't if you stayed inside of your training and you were rational.
Describe check. You check the area you help someone in before you go into that area.
Why would you check the area for danger? You would check the are so you wouldn't get injured. If you got injured you wouldn't be able to help other people.
What do you do no matter what the situation is/ CALL 9-1-1
What is the bystander effect? When someone gets hurt in a group of people and no one helps because they think someone else is going to step up.
Created by: Mckayla Manning