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EMS emergency medical services
CPR cardio pulminary resuscitation
AED automated external defribillator
What is the "Good Samaritan" Law? The "Good Samaritan law states that if you see someone in need of medical aid, you have to help them to the best of your ability, while waiting for real help
What are the steps to save a person? Check, call care
Types of signals to show that an emergency might be occuring... unusual odors, unusual noises, unusual behaviors, unusual appearences.
If you feel that an emergency is happening and you need medical help? call 9-1-1 or the local emergency number in your area. Especially when a person is not breathing.
If a person is injured and they do not give consent, what do you do? You are legally not allowed to help the person, but you are free to call 9-1-1/
Consent giving another person permission to give care/help to your injuries.
ICE ice-compression-elevation
how long do you keep the ice on and off. 20-30 minures on 20-30 minutes off(don't remove shoe)4 times
How long after the injury do you have to wait before applying heat? 3 days
How many compressions and breaths to anyone? 20 compressions and 2 breaths repeatedly.
True or False, The skull is connected to the brain? False
How should you care for a person with possible , head, neck or, back injury? Minimize the movement of head, neck and back.
What is the first step in caring for a bleeding wound? Apply direct pressure with a sterile or clean dressing
What type of burns is the most dangerous to your body? third degree
In general, a splint should be: Snug, but not so tight that it slows circulation
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