1-17-07 Chapter 3

1-17-07 Chapter 3 - Moving You should only move the victim...

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Sheet1 Page 1 Chapter 3- Infectious Diseases: passed through pathogens, which are germs like bacteria and viruses. Spreading, Conditions to spread are 1) The Pathogen is there (the person has it) 2) There is enough to infect (it's not harmless bacteria) 3) It has to have an entry into your body 4) You have to be susceptible to it Blood splashing into your eyes, or by touching it directly = transmission Bleach is usefull in cleaning up blood. You should clean blood ASAP. Consent, A conscious victim can accept or refuse care. .. 1) who you are? 2) what training you've had? 3) The care you'd like to give? If unconscious, the concent is implied. Good Samaritan laws will protect you, if you follow your training.
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Unformatted text preview: Moving, * You should only move the victim when nessacary, often it will be best to leave them alone. Walking assist, their arm around your shoulder and your arm around their back/waist Pack-Strap carry, the vitims arms hand down straight at each of your shoulders like a backpack then you bend over and stand Two Person Seat Carry, Victim puts their arms around both of your (there are two responders) shoulders, the reponders are h o Clothes Drag, drag the victum by the shoulders of their shirt, this is good for head/neck/spine injuries (if you have to move the m...
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