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Alcohol Poisoning
Anaphylactic Shock
Back and Spinal Injury
Bleeding from the Head or Palm
Bleeding From Special Sites
Breathing Difficulties
Burns and Scalds
Chemical Burns and Eye Burns
Chest or Abdominal Wounds
Controlling Bleeding from the Mouth and Nose
Crush Injuries
Drug Poisoning
Emergency Childbirth
Extreme Cold
Extreme Heat
External Bleeding
Eye Wounds
Food Poisoning
Fractures of the Arm and Hand
Fractures, Dislocations and Soft Tissue Injuries
Fractures of the Ribcage
Fractures of the Skull Face and Jaw
Fractures of the Upper Body
Heart Problems
Injuries to the Lower Body
Injuries to the Lower Leg
Internal Bleeding
Poisoning from Household Chemicals
Poisoning from Industrial Chemicals
Sprains and Strains
Other Types of Burn
Unconscious Casualty
If You Have to Move the Casualty

First Aid Treatment

This First aid section is an essential guide to providing immediate help required by someone who is ill or injured, before medical help is available. By practicing the step-by-step techniques described in this first aid section according to situation, you can learn how to give first aid quickly, calmly and effectively. Clear instructions help you deal with common first aid situation, while practical life saving techniques are explained in full. You will learn how to deal with other potentially life threatening situations or injuries, and how to keep a patient alive until medical treatment is available. Even where a situation is not immediately life threatening, applying first aid techniques is valuable in helping a patient to recover more quickly.

A well-stocked first-aid kit, kept within easy reach, is a necessity in every home. Having supplies gathered ahead of time will help you handle an emergency at a moment's notice. You should keep one first-aid kit in your home and one in each car. Also be sure to bring a first-aid kit on family vacations.

First Aid Kit

First-aid kits box should have following things :-

  • Scissors
  • Anti-diarrhea medication
  • Tweezers
  • Elastic bandage
  • Antiseptic wipes
  • Prescription medications
  • Plastic gloves (at least 2 pairs)
  • Fashlight and extra batteries
  • Antibiotic cream (triple-antibiotic ointment)
  • Antiseptic solution (like hydrogen peroxide)
  • Glucose and blood pressure monitoring equipment and supplies.
  • Petroleum jelly or other lubricant

Check the kits regularly. Replace missing items or medicines that may have expired.

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