Why is it important for the first aider to attempt to stop major blood loss?
The no one and quickest cause of death of injured person is blood loss. So the first job of first aid provider is to stop bleeding.
Re-position the airway, check for objects obstructing the airway, then attempt rescue breaths again.
Because major blood loss can quickly lead to death.
To avoid cross-contamination between both the casualty and the first-aider. The first-aider doesn't know if the casualty has HIV, for instance.
- Indentified the responsibilities of a paediatric first aider
The reason that a first aider uses gloves when touching a victim is because any bodily fluids that come in contact with the first aider may harm them if the first aider has any open cuts or wounds. It is for the protection and safety of the first aider.
Yes, anyone can learn to be a first aider
The levels of first aid training in New Zealand are as follows. - Basic first aider. - Workplace First Aider. - Advanced first aider. - Prehospital Emergency Carer (Primary Care Officer).
If a person is unresponsive/unconscious a first aider may assume consent.
Reposition the airway and try another rescue breath.
gentle,resourceful,observant,tactful,empathetic,and respectable those are the characteristic of a good first aider.
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first aid is important because it helps the casualty be safe until medical help arrives First Aid is important because it: 1. Saves lives. 2. Prevents further injury/illness. 3. Promotes full recovery. SOURCE: Professional First Aider.
what are the hindrances of a first aider
-Gentle - Resourceful -Observant -Tactful -Empathetic- you have to understand how your victim is -Respectable-so they will believe in you as a first aider.You learn to respect yourself and others as a first aider.
There are several reason as to why a first aider will not help a victim. Some of those reasons include: The scene is not safe; The victim requires advance medical attention that the first aider is not trained on; The first aider will look to see if anyone is around to ask them what has happened.
A first aid officer is another term for a qualified first aider. In some institutions, the term first aid officer is given to a person of higher qualification than an occupational first aider, namely Emergency First Responders.
Gloves can be essential when dealing with patients. When dealing with any bodily fluids from the patient (blood, urine, vomit), it is very important to wear gloves when treatment is taking place. The reason is to stop any infections (both from patient to First Aider and vice versa), especially when dealing with blood as it may cause Hepatitis. The same reason during childbirth for example, lots of blood and fluids become present and gloves must… Read More
The First Aider / First responder is covered by the 'Good Samaritans Law'. This law states: A first responder must not attempt to do anything they are not qualified to do. It is perfectly acceptable for a first aider to do all they can to support and to sustain life and to prevent further injury. A first aider is not protected legally if they act irresponsibly, inappropriately or negligently - i.e. they fail to do… Read More
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To provide the FIRST aid. To provide basic life support.
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preserve life and premote recovery (PLAPR)
You can always call 911.
give a qualities of a good first aider
There are three main areas of dangers in a First Aid situation. The first is from the victim himself. A diabetic with an unstable blood sugar may lash out at a first aider. An epileptic or head injured person may do the same, as may victims of near drowning or intoxication for instance. A victim may have a communicable disease which could infect a first aider, such as an HIV Positive person bleeding after an… Read More
know where to find first aid equipment and who the registered first-aider is in the workplace
automated external defibrillator
When centrifuging a blood sample, it is important to gently invert the tube first. It is also important to balance the centrifuge.
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If I am not mistaken, first you should clear there air passage, then CPR.
First aid is given for three main reasons: 1. To sustain life. 2. To prevent the condition from worsening. 3. To promote recovery. First aid forms an important part in the chain of medical care. First aid is referred to as the aid given before the arrival of medical or ambulance aid. A first aider is someone who has successfully completed a course of instruction in lifesaving first aid intervention techniques. Often, the first person… Read More
How the first aider should talke to the patient and how much informations sould he give about the injuries?
The first aider should talk lots to the patient, to reasure the patient and to keep the patient from losing consciousness. Part of the taklking should be questions to get medical history - allergies etc, and recent meals to tell the ambulance crew. Also the first aider should try tactfully to find out how the accident happened so as to be able to write a report in the Accident Book etc.
Very simple; to keep the patient alive and get them to a higher level of care.
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A First Aid is just the person that gives the FIRST aid. The treatment that is initially received. First aid could be just applying a bandage.
First aid posts are used for people who may require first aid. First aid posts are more likely to be found at events where there are large crowds. The post/s may contain the following: * At least one first aider. * Ambulance driver (if ambulance is also present. The ambulance driver may also be a trained first aider). * Doctor. * Nurse.
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Their job is to provide the FIRST aid. They are to provide what they know and not to cause further damage. They also contact emergency services.
It depends on the legislation of the country. In certain places he or she has no legal obligations at all.
A good examination or assessment of a patient is essential if the first aider is going to be able to treat the patient properly. It is very easy to get TUNNEL VISION, seeing the most obvious injury missing the less obvious.
The things that you should NOT do in (any type of) First Aid (while treating) are: * Panic (try to stay calm, no matter how big the situation is). * Trying to do something that you are not trained or qualified to do, for example, giving CPR on a unconscious person. * Treating without consent (permission) from the patient/s. You must ask if you can help or perform First Aid; it is not a case… Read More
Assess the casualty - treat any wounds or injuries - arrange transport to hospital (if necessary)
Paramedic Driver, Ambulance attendant. Mechanic. Nurse Doctor First aider.
1. To preserve life by providing lifesaving first aid 2. To prevent the condition from worsening 3. To treat the condition
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No. Paramedics may administer certain limited pain relieving medication.