Contact a local doctor for an appointment.
Phone a taxi to take you both to the hospital.
Call the waiter over and order a strong short black for your friend.
Arrange for an ambulance to attend ASAP.
Because the patient did not take an aspirin a day
When an area of the heart muscle is deprived of oxygen and dies
When the heart stops beating
When the blood becomes too thick from drinking short black coffee, to move through the blood vessels
Undertake a Secondary Survey.
Follow the principles of the ‘DRSABCD’.
Complete a Vital Signs Survey.
Try to give the person fluids to drink.
A dilation of the bronchi coupled with an increase in mucous production.
A sudden constriction of the bronchi coupled with a decrease in mucous production.
Inflammation, swelling and narrowing of the airways.
A sudden dilation of the bronchi coupled with a decrease in mucous production.
Place in the lateral position.
Give 4 puffs from their inhaler, wait 4 minutes then another 4 puffs if little or no improvement call 000.
Give the patient a drink of water.
Sit with the person for another 10 minutes to see if they get better.
Drive the person to hospital yourself.
Take the person to a local doctor’s clinic.
Call an ambulance immediately.
Cover the person with a blanket.
Assist the person with their medication (auto-injector).
Give the person a sweet drink.
Give the person a sugar based lolly such as barley sugar.
Difficulty breathing and swelling of the tongue
Rash to the limbs
Swelling of the limbs
All of the above
Direct or Indirect
Superficial or Deep
Caused by internal injuries or a medical condition
Major or Minor
Have your back bent, legs straight and feet together.
Take care, handle the unconscious casualty carefully and avoid twisting or forward movement of their head and spine.
Move the patient as quickly as you can by dragging them along by the shoulders.
Move the patient as quickly as you can by dragging them along by the feet
Clean it quickly with diluted antiseptic and bandage firmly.
Apply firm pressure directly onto the bleeding wound and elevate the leg.
Apply a tourniquet and call an ambulance.
Run it under cool water until the bleeding stops.
Write in pencil so that any mistakes can be erased.
Not record how the accident occurred (i.e. history).
Throw away the form after one month if there is no insurance claim.
Keep the contents strictly confident.
If the casualty has localised swelling around the bite or sting.
If casualty has difficulty breathing or signs of any severe allergic reaction or multiple stings, stings around their face or airways
The casualty is a child and is crying
The pain is describe as intense 10 out of 10 pain
None of the above
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Standard Description Sheets
Material Safety Data Sheets
System Data Sheets
Elevate and rest the arm without applying pressure and call an ambulance.
Leave the wound alone to prevent further damage. Reassure the patient
Elevate the arm, apply pressure around the glass, build up dressings around the wound and call an ambulance. Reassure the patient.
Remove the glass and then apply pressure to the wound. Reassure the patient.
Call a friend who is a Doctor
Commence continuous chest compressions at rate of 100 per minute (almost 2 per second)
Place them in the recovery position
Wait for the ambulance to arrive
Pack the severed hand directly into ice and take the patient to the closest hospital.
Rinse the amputated part, then wrap it in a towel and take the patient and amputated part to the closest hospital.
Place the amputated hand in an airtight plastic bag and keep afloat in icy cold water. Arrange for an ambulance to take the patient and amputated hand to hospital.
Wash the amputated part in antiseptic, before placing it in ice and transport with the patient to hospital.
Apply and maintain firm direct pressure to stop bleeding
Call an ambulance.
Apply a tourniquet immediately above the elbow.
Lay the patient down with their feet elevated.
Pulse rate per minute, conscious state, skin condition and pupil size.
Conscious state, skin condition and pupil size
Pulse and breathing rate, conscious state and skin condition and eyes.
Respiratory rate per minute, conscious state, skin condition, pupil size and the amount of medication they take each day.
Reassuring the patient.
Being gentle and respectful at all times.
Squeezing an injured area in order to check for any pain.
Advising the patient what you are doing.
Check the patient’s airway, look for regular movement of chest, listen for normal breath sounds, feel for regular, rhythmic movement of chest or upper abdomen.
Check for a pulse and see if the patient is breathing. blood loss and slow shock
Commence Expired Air Resuscitation.
Place Defibrillator pads on the patient’s chest ready to go.
Reassure casualty and try to keep them calm
Encourage them to breathe in slowly then cough
If obstruction cannot be cleared call 000
All of the above
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