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First Aid

First Aid (7th Grade)

First Aid for Burns 1. Stop the burning 2. Cool the burn with cold water 3. Cover burn with loose sterile dressing
Open Fracture Open wound where the bone had torn through the skin
Splint should do what? Be snug not so tight that it slows circulation
Caring for a person having a seizure..... 1. Do not try to hold them down 2. Do not try to put something in the person's mouth 3. DO, remove nearby objects that might cause injury
What sudden illness is usually caused by a blockage of blood flow to the brain? Stroke
This sudden illness from too much or too little sugar in the person's blood? Diabetic Emergency
What should you do for a person with heat exhaustion Get the person out of the heat and into a cooler place.
What is the progression that heat-related emergencies can follow from early stages to most severe?` 1. Heat Cramps 2. Heat Exhaustion 3. Heat Stroke
How should you care for someone with frostbitten hands? 1. Get person to a warm environment 2. Rewarm their hands in warm water (not hot)
What is the first step in caring for a bleeding wound? Apply pressure at a pressure point
What are the signals of someone might be bleeding internally? 1. Vomiting blood or coughing up blood 2. Bruised areas, swollen 3. Confused, faint, drowsy, unconscious
How should you care for a person with a possible head, neck or back injury Minimize movement of the head, neck, and back
In stroke recognition, F.A.S.T. means? 1. Face 2. Arm 3. Speech 4. Time
If someone is having an allergic reaction, what should you do? Call 9-1-1
What should you do if you suspect that a person has been poisoned? Call the Poison Control Center and follow the advice given.
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