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chapter page 1 The Why and How of First Aid
Dressings and Bandages
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abdomen accident adhesive adhesive tape aid treatment aider American Red Cross ankle antivenin apply artery artificial respiration asphyxiation bearers bite blanket bleeding blood vessels bone brain breathing broken burn carbon carbon dioxide carry cause chest circulation clothing cold compress cravat cravat bandage danger dislocation doctor dressing elbow Epsom salts eyeball fingers fluid folded food poisoning foreign body fracture gauze germs hand head heat hemorrhage immersion foot inches infection injured person injury joint keep the patient knee limb lower lungs lying mouth muscles necessary neck nerve nose oxygen pain physician poison ivy poisoning position pressure prevent pulse Punctured wounds Remember remove roller bandage severe shock shoulder side skin snake spinal splint sprained square knot stretcher swelling symptoms tetanus thigh tissues tourniquet traction treat triangular bandage unconscious upper usually veins victim vomiting warm wrist