What is first aid treatment for all wounds?
First aid treatment of burns need to first be cooled off. Hold under cool water for about 15 minutes. Cover with a bandage and take a pain reliever.
First aid is the initial help that is given to a person with the goal of preserving them as well as possible until they can get more definitive treatment, often at a hospital. Many people also use the term to mean the treatment of minor self limited injuries that need no other treatment, such as small cuts and scratches. Trauma first aid refers to the unique requirements of caring for a trauma victim as opposed… Read More
First Aid is the temporary and immediate help given to an injured or a sick person before professional medical treatment can be provided. This timely assistance, comprising of simple medical techniques, is most critical to the victims and is, often, life saving. Any lay person can be trained to administer first aid, which can be can be carried out using minimal equipments. Basic training in first aid skills should be taught in school, in work… Read More
As the name implies, "first aid" programs are given to give the first aid whenever accidents and mishaps happens. Safety officers and/or supervisors can get this training (even all of the employees) through OSHA training programs to make sure that in an event of a mishap (which OSHA courses tries to prevents) people would know what to do and how to help others out (like first care to cuts and wounds, or CPR in cases… Read More
No Qualifications Are Needed To Learn First Aid. All That Is Needed Is A Good Frame Of Mind.
First aid awareness strategy for senior citizens or for illetrate persons or for all those ignorant of first aid is one and the same thing. The thrust being on awakening awareness among all.
Time heals nearly all physical wounds but rarely does it heal mental wounds.
If an employee finds a tick on himself after leaving work and seeks medical attention is that OSHA Recordable?
Not all medical treatment is an OSHA Recordable event. If the treatment is at the level of first aid care, it is not recordable- even if performed by a physician. If the treatment is a simple one (remove tick with tweezers, clean skin, apply bandaid) that would not be a recordable. A DEEPLY EMBEDDED tick that requires numbing the skin, using a scalpel to remove tick, etc- is beyond simple first aid, and would likely… Read More
Keep a first aid kit in your vehicle which allows easy access.
this is whem you are tought how to react to a first aid situation, all though hopefull you don't have to use it ^.^
having first aid in school can greatly reduce accidental injuries, and prevent major ones. making all students certified in first aid and CPR is a great resource to society.
First of all Elastoplast and Band-Aid are 2 different brands. And yes, several of the Elastoplast adhesive bandage products are waterproof. Several of the Elastoplast bangages offer superior waterproof protection for wounds. For information on their products, their website is www.elastoplast.ca
If the injury was work related, and if the removal of the fingernail required the services of a medical professional (i.e. was not itself First Aid) then the injury is likely an OSHA Recordable injury. All the specifics of the event and succeeding treatment must be considered in making such a determination. A knowledgable person familiar with those details and the OSHA Recordability requirements should be relied upon, rather than a public forum such as… Read More
Call 911 first! Then the rest is based on the situation and your knowledge with administering first aid. Above all if you don't know what to do, keep body warm to keep from going into shock. Rephrase your question as to what first aid situation you are referring to.
Ask if they are all right.
More extensive medical aid...unless it is in a clinic setting by trained professionals...will leave the business owner liable for injury suits by the injured party. In this case, first aid needs to be administered by trained management staff. There needs to be a first aid kit with clear printed instructions visible to the first aid responder and clear to all employees. Have another person call the emergency number according to procedure in your company. More… Read More
DO treat the silent people first instead of the screaming DO remember if you are not qualified to help on a persific injury, don't try. DO contact 999/911 DO keeps pressure on ALL wounds DON'T put yourself at risk DON'T move people with a back problem DON'T lift the legs of someone who has been shot
Don't be a jerk by having an affair in the first place. You get the silent treatment, you get all you deserve.
Ill rabbits need treatment from a vet who has experience and knowledge in rabbits -- the first aid you can do at home is very limited and in almost all cases will not save the rabbit's life. What the treatment consists of exactly depends entirely on what is making the rabbit ill. See the related questions below for details and links.
A first aid kit has most of the important things you will need in an emergency. It should always contain at least bandages, tape, and antiseptic wipes.
The ratio of first aid trainers to employee ratio is variable. A standard risk assessment will determine location in relation to clinic or hospital, if the workplace is high risk, number of employees at a time , all commercial concerns should have a standard first aid station available to all employees.
Um, you do NAWT need a First Aid after swallowing chewing gum! It just takes time to dijest into your system, that's all. After that, you will be fine :)
There are many ways of classify wounds. Depending on the healing time of a wound, it can be classified as acute or chronic. Wounds can be open or closed. Another way to classify wounds is to determine if the wound is clean or contaminated.Or they may be non-penetrating wounds (skin deep) or penetrating wounds (into the lower layers or into the organs. They can be classified as to how they occurred: thermal wounds (burns), chemical… Read More
If you are on the scene of an accident and there is someone who appears to be injured, for example this person is on the ground and not getting up, or is bleeding heavily, or seems to be unconscious, and if you have some training in first aid, and if there is no more qualified person than yourself who is already delivering first aid, then you should by all means deliver first aid. If you… Read More
Preserve life: the overriding aim of all medical care, including first aid, is to save lives Prevent further harm: also sometimes called prevent the condition from worsening, or danger of further injury, this covers both external factors, such as moving a patient away from any cause of harm, and applying first aid techniques to prevent worsening of the condition, such as applying pressure to stop a bleed becoming dangerous. Promote recovery: first aid also involves… Read More
The first aid kit is important to have everywhere. This is just in case you get in a wreck, someone gets hurt....ECT. Unexpected things happen all the time....BE PREPARED.
Essential oils of lavender and/or tea tree are anti-septic and are the first line of treatment. On a shallow cut , or abrasion comfrey works best. It should not however be used on a deep cut as there are too many chances of complications. Calendula, Heal-all, St. John's Wort & Mullein are all good for wounds. And nettles
It would be better to heal all wounds caused by cellulitis and than start with swimming and other activities. Unless your doctor approve this, I would not recommend this activity during cellulitis treatment period.
First of all, I would like to point out that you can get information on anything. Google.com and other search engines can find information about any subject . Libraries also contain informative books about practically everything, certainly including first aid. Secondly, if you have some specific question about first aid, you can certainly ask us on wiki.answers. But if you just want information on first aid, that is a bit too broad; we are not… Read More
There will be no items in the first aid kit to treat a seizure. Keep the patient from injuring themselves by removing all items that may hurt them while having the seizure.
Not a member of this church, but Christian Scientists are known for their refusal of any kind of medical treatment. This would include disinfectant for wounds, and all medicines including aspirin and other remedies for sickness or injury.
"Ceirín do gach créacht an fhoighne." This is an old Irish proverb. It translates to: "Patience is a poultice for all wounds." So basically, this is the equivelent of the English proverb: "Time heals all wounds." This is an old Irish proverb. It translates to: "Patience is a poultice for all wounds." So basically, this is the equivelent of the English proverb: "Time heals all wounds."
It all starts with accident prevention in the home.
Make sure you are up to date on your Tetanus shot. Major Wounds Apply constant pressure to a severely bleeding wound using a sterile dressing (if possible). Call 9-1-1. Until professional help arrives, hold a constant pressure on the wound for at least twenty minutes. Do not press directly on the wound if there is a foreign object in the wound, such as glass, but apply pressure along the wound area. Do not move the… Read More
There are many ADA compliance regulation for the workplace. In general all first aid kits and right to know literature must be easily accessible to all. The suggested mounting height is 48 inches.
Only through a computer. STEP 1) down load a progmam called tune-aid. STEP 2) transfer all of the music from the first ipod to your computer ON TUNE-AID STEP 3) take all of the music that you put from your first ipod, to tune-aid, to itunes, onto the second ipod.
It's an interesting question, so let's start with why they lick their own wounds first. First of all, a dog's saliva is very clean, as compared to a humans. And of course, their saliva contains enzymes, etc. which aid a dog in both cleaning their wounds and to promote healing. The second reason is most likely, instinct. After all, they lick their wounds, so why not yours, and for the same reason, just as a… Read More
First aid and CPR are mostly muscle memory, that's why the classes all involve a lot of repitition and repitition. Just encourage the person to attend a basic community level class (American Heart Association's "HeartSaver First Aid/CPR" for instance), because there is no actual requirement for reading a book beforehand or a written test. Good luck! The more people that know first aid, often times means less dependance on first responders.
First of all, you have to be accepted, and then they decide on aid. Secondly, the will meet all PROVEN need. If you can't pay, they will. Thirdly, Stanford is one of the most generous schools for F.A. Good Luck!
How do you treat any degree of burn when running water is nowhere and all one has is a first aid kit?
I'm an Eagle scout, so I have been taught this over and over. All you simply need to do is apply the antiseptic ointment that should be in your first aid kit, and bandage it. Your burn will be fine.
A red cross (with all four arms equal length) is a widely recognized symbol that's associated with "health" (first aid, medicine, doctor, hospital, ambulance, etc.).
bandaid, bandage, dettol, that should be all you need.
All of the basics: food, shelter, warmth, water, medications, etc.
food, first aid kit, spare clothes? sorry that's all i know
It means after a period of time, usually years, the wounds turn into scars and the memories fade. Life goes on.
First aid is only immediate and temporary assistance while one waits for medical help to arrive. For most injury situations, first aid is the best course of action. The situation, type of severity of the injury, life-threatening nature of the injury and size of your detail will all factor into the decision of how to provide first aid. Always one should get qualified medical help as soon as possible for every firstaid and medical emergency
No, this is not ideal at all. Cooled boiled water with salt can help at keeping infection at bay for a short time, but in no way is it a ideal treatment. Any wound found on a pet should be looked at by a vet, as open wounds can very easily become infected. A vet will be able to administer antibiotics and other treatment if needed.
Pee on the stung area. The ammonia will kill all toxicity.
A pocket guide must be of a convenient size that can be took at all places.....
That depends on the agent. READ THE LABEL CAREFULLY, and FOLLOW ALL INSTRUCTIONS. Most will give remedies. Some will tell you to induce vomiting (a good reason to keep ipecac syrup in a first aid kit); others will advise against it. (Some substances do more harm coming back up.) Also contact your local poison control center (the number will be in the phone book, usually on the front pages) as soon as possible.