First Aid for Colleges and Universities
This book presents the most complete information available from elementary facts to instructions for effective improvisation vital to successful first aid. Primarily focusing on the most common accidents and emergencies a first-aider is likely to encounter, this book is extremely useful to anyone who practices first aid, emergency care, and CPR. Presents a clear, expanded version of legal duty, including guidelines on how to avoid legal liability, culpability for negligence or failure to act. Incorporates a newly added section on how first-aiders can protect themselves from injury and infection in the course of providing care. Features an entirely new section on dental emergencies, providing a thorough understanding of how to treat common dental problems and the importance of providing immediate care. Provides a concise description of body systems, including a succinct summary of what constitutes an emergency involving each system and how to assess; includes comprehensive information on personal protection from the risks posed by blood and air-borne diseases and what to do at an accident scene. For those who perform first aid, emergency care, and/or CPR.
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abdominal thrusts activate the EMS air embolism airway obstruction anaphylactic shock appropriate emergency asphyxia assessing the victim Assignment Page Heading Avulsions Basic Life Support bites Bleeding control bleeding wound blood breathing burns C-spine cardiac arrest Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation chest injuries Critical chapter information Cryotherapy Describe and demonstrate Describe the emergency dislocations dressings and bandages eye injuries Figure Flail chest foreign objects fractures Heading Teaching Aids/Equipment Hemorrhage Hemothorax hypoglycemia hypothermia Identify immobilization impaled objects infants Information Heading Teaching Instructor Notes Critical Instructor Notes Previous Key Questions Key Terms life-threatening List Manikin mechanism of injury Myocardial infarction Notes Critical chapter Notes Previous Homework Notes Self Test oxygen pain pneumothorax poisoning Previous Homework Assignment primary survey pulse respiratory secondary survey session assignment signs and symptoms Skill Activities Slides soft-tissue injuries splints Subheading Information Heading Teaching Aids/Equipment Suggestions Tension pneumothorax Test Question Answers tourniquets treating the victim treatment types of shock Victim Assessment Video