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General Principles of First Aid Common Conditions Requir
Anatomy and Physiology
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abdominal accidents administered aid station aid treatment aid worker airway amount ankle applied artery artificial respiration atropine bandage bladder bleeding blood plasma blood vessels bomb bone brain breathing burns carbon dioxide casualties cause cavity cells cent Chapter chest civilian clavicle compression condition contaminated cyanosis damage debridement develop effective emergency extremity fingers fluid foot forearm foreign bodies frequently gauze hand head heart heat hemorrhage hospital humerus immediate important infection injury joint kidney laceration lower lungs metatarsal mouth muscles neck nerve normal occur open fractures open wound operational organs oxygen pain patient penicillin pharynx physician placed plantar fascia plasma poisoning position present pressure dressing produce protection radiation removed respiratory result serious severe shock side skin skull spinal cord spine splint sterile dressing stomach surface swelling symptoms tendon tetanus therapy tion tissues tourniquet trachea trauma upper urine usually vertebrae victim vomiting wrist