which of the following would most likely lead you to
suspect that a person has experience a serious head,
neck or spinal injury?
changes in level of consciousness
when caring for a nosebleed, the person should lean
slightly backward and pinch the nostrils
Which of the following would be most appropriate to do
when giving care to a person having a seizure
Protect the person from injury and maintain an open
Is a condition in which too much sugar (glucose) is in the
A type of
A form of a heat-related illness; painful involuntary
muscle spasm that occurs during or after physical
exertion in high heat
A more severe for of a heat-related illness; results when
fluid and electrolytes are lost through perspiration and
If a passive victim is submerged in deep water, and a
responder trained in water rescue is not on the scene
call 9-1-1 for help immediately
Put the following to perform a beach drag for moving an
unresponsive person to dry land
1. Stand behind the pe
A network of community resources and medical
personnel that provide emergency care to a person with
an injury or sudden illness
immediate care given to a person with an injury or
sudden illness until more advanced care can be obtained
Lesson 36: Reaching and Moving
Victims in the Water
Water provides people with some of the most enjoyable
recreational activities, but water can be dangerous.
Drowning is death by suffocation in water.
Drownings may occur during swimming,
Lesson 22: Bleeding
Bleeding is the escape of blood from the arteries, capillaries
Bleeding occurs internally or externally.
Uncontrolled bleeding, whether internal or external, is life
Blood is made up of liquid (p
What is Flexibility?
What Is Body Composition?
Body composition is the bodys relative amounts of fat
mass and fat-free mass
Body fat includes two categories:
Essential fat is crucial for normal body functioning
and is incorporated into the orga