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GENERAL DIRECTIONS FOR ACCIDENT RESPONSE
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accident situation adequate administered aider allow altitude American Red Cross amount of heat apoplexy apply artificial respiration asphyxia assistance bleeding blood vessels body heat body temperature brain breathing cardiac arrest cardiopulmonary resuscitation cause Check chest circulation climbing clothing cold compression constriction cravat Cyanosis damage dehydration determine diabetic coma drugs emergency Ensolite equipment evacuation exposure extremely feel feet fingers fluids forearm fracture frostbite head injury heart attack heat exhaustion Heat stroke helicopter himseIf hypothermia ice ax immediately inches individual insulative insulin shock intoxication legs lower lungs minor injuries minutes mouth mouth-to-mouth muscles muscular neck normal occur oxygen pain party members physical prevent pulmonary edema pulse rescuer ribs rope rope stretcher salt tablets severe shivering side signs and symptoms skin snow spinal splint surface blood vessels tape terrain tissue tourniquet unconscious victim victim's condition warm wound