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1 First Aid 1. ____ first aid _______________ is the immediate care given before advanced training arrives. 2. ____ responsive _______________ - Someone who moves, speaks, blinks or otherwise reacts when you tap him and ask if he’s ok. 3. _____ unresponsive _______________ - The opposite of #2. Part 1: First Aid Basics Your role as a first aid rescuer is to… 4. Recognize that an emergency exists 5. Make sure the ___ scene ____________ is ______ safe __________ 6. Call _____ 911 __________ 7. Provide _____care______ until someone with more advanced training takes over. 8. If you come upon an ill or injured person, make sure you _______introduce_______ yourself and then _____ask_______ if they would like your help. 9. What would you do if…. a. The person says they DO want your help? Give help b. The person says they DO NO want your help? Call 911 and stay until help arrives c. The person seems confused or can’t answer? Assume they want help Key Steps of First Aid: #1 – Assess the Scene 10. Make sure the _____ scene ___________ is _____ safe _________ for both you and the ill or injured person, or anyone nearby. Continue to assess the scene so you are aware of anything that might change to make it unsafe. You can’t help anyone if you are injured yourself! 11. Only move an injured person if… a. He is in __________ danger ______________ b. He needs to me moved to provide 1 st aid or ______ CPR ________. #2 – Phone for Help 12. Phone for help whenever someone is ______ seriously ________ ill or injured, and you are not sure what to do. 13. What “’mode” should you use for your phone when calling for help?
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2 a. speaker 14. How would you call for help from this classroom? _____ 9-911 __________. #3 – Take Universal Precautions 15. Why should rescuers use non-latex gloves? a. Allergies . 16. If you get blood or body fluids on you, you should remove your gloves, wash with soap and water, rinse eyes, nose, or mouth with lots of water and then report to a __________ healthcare provider ___________ ASAP! Removing Gloves 17. What should be done with gloves that have blood or body fluids on them? a. Biohazard bag or other sealed plastic bag 18. American Heart Association recommends you wash your hands for at least ____ 20 ______ seconds after removing gloves. 19. What should you do if you cannot wash your hands right away after removing gloves? a. Hand sanitizer #4 – Finding the Problem 20. After you make sure the scene is safe, check to see if the person is _______________ responsive ___________. You can do this by tapping him and shouting “are you ok?” 21. If the person is unresponsive: a. Call 911 and put the phone on ______ speaker _______mode. b. Get the _____ first aid kit _________ and AED. c. Check for breathing. – If not breathing (or they are only __________ gasping ________) begin CPR. 22. If the person is responsive: a. Ask them what the problem is b. Call 911 if needed
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  • Fall '16
  • Lauren Heim
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