First_Aid_Exam_4_Study_Guide

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Exam 4 Study Guide FIRST AID STUDY GUIDE EXAM 4 Recognize signs, symptoms and appropriate care for each of the following: Diabetic emergency Fainting Seizure Stroke Febrile seizure Explain what happens when a person faints Name controllable risk factors for stroke and TIA Define hyperglycemia, hypoglycemia, and hypertension Identify the four ways that poison can enter a person's body Identify the first question you should ask a victim to help confirm your suspicion  that he/she was exposed to a poison Recognize the factors that might influence the severity of a poisoning Name the first action you should take if you suspect that a person has ingested a  poison Give two ways that carbon monoxide may be detected Name two signs of exposure to carbon monoxide Identify the only time that a victim of an ingested poison should be encouraged to  vomit List signs and symptoms of anaphylactic shock
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