First Aid

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This is a step by step procedure for a first aid help. If you don't know how to do something don't try it because it can cause more damage. You are responsible for anything you do even if you are doing it to help the person. If in any situation you suspect any spinal injury (falling from heights) DON'T move the body because it can lead to permanent damage in the spine like paralysis. At all times you must remain calm.
Reuben Caruana
Mind Map by Reuben Caruana, updated more than 1 year ago
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Created by Reuben Caruana over 9 years ago
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First Aid

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  • DO NOT ATTEMPT UNLESS YOU ARE TRAINED AT ALL TIMES. D - danger R - response A - airways B - breathing (Remember as Doctor AB (Dr. AB))
  1. Danger?
    1. YES!
      1. No GO!
        1. Call 112
          1. Monitor casualty until professional help arrives
      2. NO
        1. Response?
          1. NO!

            Annotations:

            • UNCONSCIOUS
            1. Call for other people to help you (Not 112 for now)
              1. Check Airways
                1. Breathing?

                  Annotations:

                  • FEEL HEAR SEE FOR ANY BREATHING
                  1. Not Breathing!

                    Annotations:

                    • HURRY UP! IF THE BRAIN STAYS FOR 3 MINUTES WITHOUT OXYGEN BRAIN DAMAGE STARTS TO FORM AND AFTER 10 MINUTES THE BRAIN DIES
                    1. Call 112
                      1. Start CPR/AED only if trained

                        Annotations:

                        • DO NOT ATTEMPT UNLESS YOU ARE TRAINED
                        1. Monitor casualty until professional help arrives
                    2. Breathing Normally
                      1. Call 112
                        1. Put casualty in RECOVERY POSITION

                          Annotations:

                          • DO NOT ATTEMPT UNLESS YOU ARE TRAINED
                          1. Monitor casualty until professional help arrives
              2. YES

                Annotations:

                • CONSCIOUS
                1. Keep casualty conscious
                  1. Treat any injuries

                    Annotations:

                    • DO NOT ATTEMPT UNLESS YOU ARE TRAINED
                    1. Call 112
                      1. Monitor casualty until professional help arrives
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