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Unformatted text preview: Head and Spine Injuries (C: 13)-First Aid for spinal injury Poisoning Emergencies (C: 14)-First aid for ingested poisons-First aid for inhaled poisons-First aid for absorbed poisons Drug & Alcohol Emergencies (C: 15)-First aid for drug and alcohol emergencies-First aid for alcohol poisoning BLS, Cardiovascular & Stroke Emergencies (C: 16 & AHA)-First Aid for stroke victim-First Aid for heart attack Respiratory (C: 17)-First Aid for an asthma attack-First Aid for status asthmaticus Diabetic (C: 18)-Managing a diabetic emergency Seizures and Fainting (C: 20)-First aid for fainting-First aid for seizures Bites and Stings (C: 23)-First Aid for anaphylactic shock Burn Emergencies (C: 24)-First Aid for burns Heat and Cold Emergencies (C: 25)-First Aid for heatstroke-First Aid for heat Exhaustion-First Aid for heat Cramps-First Aid for hypothermia-First Aid for frostbite...
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This note was uploaded on 02/17/2011 for the course HK 280 taught by Professor Trembath during the Fall '07 term at Purdue.
- Fall '07