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2.Bring the end of the cravat from the little fingeracross back of the hand rolling it upward overthe base of the thumb; gently and slightly pull itdownward across the palm.3.Hold the thumb end of the cravat and roll itacross the back of the hand and pull it overthe palm towards the hollow portion of thepalm in between the thumb and the palm.4.Take both ends to the back of the wrist of thehand and roll them crossing each other, andthen roll them up over the wrist and cross theboth ends again.5.Roll both ends at the back of the hand and tie with asquare knot at the top of the wrist.Teacher’s InsightAs a future medical practitioner, you should knowhow to conduct basic first aid treatments becauseyour top priority is to save lives. You should aim tobecome a skilled first aider, which means youshouldbegentle,observant,resourceful,
sympathetic, tactful, and cheerful in giving the treatment. It is your goal to preventadditional injury or danger to the victim, lessen the pain that s/he feels and also toprevent him/her from dying.However, even after training, remembering the right first aid steps and administeringthem correctly can be difficult. Hence, practicing it always can help you to master it.
Activities:Name:___________________________________________Score: ________________Course: __________________________________________Date: _________________A.Multiple Choice. Write the letter of the best answer for each question in thegiven blank space before the number._________1. Triangular bandage is usually made of _____________.
_________2. The longer side of the triangular bandage is called_________ with bothcornerscalled end.
_________3.In applying open phase bandage to the head, make a __________byfolding about 2 inches from the base.a. cutb. henc. foldd. hem
_________4. In applying open phase bandage to the head, step no. 4 that states tofirmlyhold the compress portion by a hand, using the other handgently pull downthe_________making the compress snug.
_________5. In applying open phase bandage to the chest, step no. 1 position thetriangularbandage onthe top of the dressing of the chest with the apex justbelow the______________
_________6. Step 3 of the arm sling open phase, requires to tie both ends using thesquareknot and twist the________ and tuck the corner of the slingat the elbow.
_________7. Step 2 of the underarm sling open phase, states that to bring the lowerend of thetriangular bandage over the arm under the _________ towards the back
of theneck.a. armpitb. elbowc. armd. wrist
_________8. Step 1 of the hand bandage sling open phase, prescribed to place thewoundedhand in the middle portion of the triangular bandage andbe sure that the isaligned at the base of the bandage.
_________9. Step 2 of the hand bandage open phase, states to cover the fingers byplacing theapex on top of the hand and tuck the excess parts of the bandageunderneaththe fingers and form a ________ on every side of both ends.
_________10. The prescribed width of the cravat phase is________
B.Filling the blanks: Write in the blanks the necessary word or words to completethestatement1. Commonly, ___________ are caused of most domestic animal bites.

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REMA JOY

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