First aid

First Aid - Initial assistance to the injured Grant illness or injury case, usually carried out by the human side, until it is granted to professional medical assistance. First aid is usually made of lightweight techniques that can make a person without formal medical training and tools available to the site. First aid is to remove or stabilize the injured persons life is a risk. The first hour after the accident is usually very important in determining the further evolution of the victim.

Danger. If the situation is potentially dangerous, to make sure that the danger does not threaten or giving assistance to the surroundings, and in conditions that eliminate the risks, if it not imply a deterioration of the situation. Recommended to move the victim only in certain special circumstances.

The reaction test (the victim). Try to assess the response of the victim in a climate of confidence. If the victim seems to wholly or partially lost consciousness, it is necessary to try to turn it into a very loud (Can you hear me?). If the victim does not show signs of reaction, it should be a firm pat shoulders.

Summons (assistance). If the victim still does not show signs of consciousness, it is necessary to call upon passers-by help, call an ambulance (if you have not already done).

Airways. Check whether the injured airway (passage from the mouth to the lungs), loose enough so that he could breathe. To check your mouth and if there is something like. Food, remove the front of the mouth part of the content. Then just bend the victims head in order to limit the risk on the tongue to prevent respiratory passage.

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