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1. MedlinePlus: First Aid/Emergencies
specific conditions/Aspects; Anaphylaxis (American College of Allergy, Asthma Immunology); firstaid Guide (Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research
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2. Virtual Naval Hospital: Standard First Aid Course - Chapter One - Introduction
This medical tag, provides medical conditions, medications being taken, and allergies about the casualty Prior to learning first aid for a specific illness or injury, you must have
NAVEDTRA 13119 Standard First Aid Course - Chapter One - Introduction
An Introduction to First Aid
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Peer Review Status: Internally Peer Reviewed First aid is the emergency care and treatment of a sick or injured person before professional medical services are obtained. FIRST AID MEASURES ARE NOT MEANT TO REPLACE PROPER MEDICAL DIAGNOSIS AND TREATMENT , but will only consist of providing temporary support until professional medical assistance is available. The purposes of first aid are (1) to save life, (2) prevent further injury, and (3) to minimize or prevent infection. Everyone in the Navy must know how and when to render first aid and be prepared to provide competent assistance to the sick and injured in all circumstances. The knowledge of first aid, when properly applied, can mean the difference between temporary or permanent injury, rapid recovery or long-term disability, and the difference between life and death. While administering first aid, the three primary objectives are (1) to maintain an open airway, (2) maintain breathing, and (3) to maintain circulation. During this process you will also control bleeding, and reduce or prevent shock. You must respond rapidly, stay calm, and think before you act. Do not waste time looking for ready-made materials, do the best you can with what is at hand. Request professional medical assistance as soon as possible.

3. Mazamas First Aid  -  Class Info And Application
Mountaineering first aid (MFA) consists of five evening lectureskill sessions (approx 3 hours and cope with wilderness-specific conditions. first aid Weekend is the culmination


Mazamas First Aid - Class Info and Application
First Aid Class Application (in Adobe Acrobat format - free download of Adobe Acrobat reader
Note : Payment for all First Aid classes is due in full on the evening of the first class. Please do NOT send in payment with your application. (This is different that what was stated in the December bulletin) SOAP Note First Aid accident report form and patient assessment General Information Classes in CPR, First Aid Basics, and Mountaineering First Aid (MFA) are taught twice a year by Mazamas, in autumn and winter. While Mazama members and non-members are welcome to apply for these courses, class size is limited. When submitted by the deadline, acceptance priority for Mountaineering First Aid is as follows:
  • Climb leaders and Leadership Development
  • Intermediate Climbing School (ICS) students
  • Other Mazamas activity leaders
  • General interest, in order of date application is received.
  • 4. First Aid/Emergencies (Print Version)
    specific conditions/Aspects Anaphylaxis (American College of Allergy, Asthma Immunology firstaid Guide (Mayo Foundation for Medical Education and Research
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    5. Health And Genetics
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    While many of the veterinary, genetic and animal care related sites accessible from the Dog Infomat, contain a wealth of educational, interesting and informative material, it is important, as with all information,that you reference a variety of credible sources to allow you to properly weight and verify the information.
    . Nor, is the inclusion of any entities or individuals providing products or services to be construed as a recommendation or endorsement. As with any product or service, it is important that you investigate and research potential providers to verify their suitability and qualifications.
    Conferring with your local veterinarian and other canine health care providers, as well as educating yourself, through research and study will help enable you to make the best decisions possible, given your particular situation and specific dog(s).
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    6. Wilderness First Aid
    in. Nursing care is not part of normal first aid but is part of wildernessfirst aid. specific conditions. Exposure. Exposure, sometimes
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    Wilderness first aid
    Wikipedia does not give medical advice. If any such situations arise, seek the help of a medical expert. Wilderness first aid is the provision of first aid (q.v.) under conditions where the arrival of emergency responders or the evacuation of an injured person may be delayed due to constraints of terrain, weather, and available equipment. It may be necessary to care for an injured person for several hours or days. Wilderness First Aid (WFA) is the name of a certification in Wilderness Medicine that covers wilderness first aid; depending on the laws applicable where it is practiced, it may impose specific responsibilities and confer specific immunities on duly-diligent practitioners. For instance, the practicing of certain rules of WFA, by someone certified in the usual "street" First Aid discipline but not in WFA (or a higher Wilderness Medicine qualification), could result in civil liability or perhaps even criminal prosecution.
    Part of wilderness first aid is the assessment

    7. First Aid/Survival-Not Location Specific
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    Of all the animals in North America's wilderness, none commands such fear, awe, and interest as the bear. Creatures that fear little, bears now compete for survival with the only other animal that can threaten their existence: Man. Bear Attacks is a thorough and unflinching study of attacks made on ...
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    For a generation the Basic Essentials series has been as much a part of the outdoors experience as backpacks and hiking boots. Information-packed tools for the novice or handy references for the veteran, these volumes distill years of knowledge into affordable and portable books. Whether you're plan ...
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    You and your group are on the adventure of a lifetime, far from civilization, surrounded by wilderness. Someone gets hurt or sick. What do you do? With Dr. William Forgey's comprehensive Wilderness Medicine: Beyond First Aid in hand, you can recognize, assess, and treat many kinds of medical emergen ... Check Latest Price Living Off The Sea Living Off The Sea Check Latest Price Back in print with new edition. How to catch, prepare and cook the edible species along the West Coast: shrimp, crabs, oysters and fish; plus how to forage from the beach if stranded ...

    8. Frugal Health And First Aid
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    Remedies for minor health and first aid problems don't have to be expensive. Here are frugal ways to treat them.
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    9. SPA Training
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    FIRST AID AT WORK (4 DAY) At the end of the course delegates will be able to: - .: Recognise the responsibility of employers and employees for health and safety at work
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    .: Perform several life-saving techniques including resuscitation
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    What is a bruise?
    You fall off your bike, bang your shin on the coffee table (that you swore you would move months ago) or run into a wall and wake up with a wallop of a bruise. What is a bruise and what can you do about it? A bruise, or contusion, is caused when blood vessels are damaged or broken as the result of a blow to the skin (be it bumping against something or hitting yourself with a hammer). The raised area of a bump or bruise results from blood leaking from these injured blood vessels into the tissues as well as from the body's response to the injury. A purplish, flat bruise that occurs when blood leaks out into the top layers of skin is referred to as an ecchymosis. Why do bruises occur more frequently in some people than in others? The injury required to produce a bruise varies with age. While it may take quite a bit of force to cause a bruise in a young child, even minor bumps and scrapes may cause extensive bruising or ecchymosis in an elderly person. Blood vessels become more fragile as we age and bruising may even occur without prior injury in the elderly. What does a bruise look like and why does it change color?

    11. The Book: First Aid: Emergency Care For Dogs & Cats - - A
    first aid How to immediately evaluate an emergency situation and administer basicfirst aid to your pet. specific conditions What to do (what not to do) in

    12. First Aid: Emergency Care For Dogs And Cats - - A VIN Comp
    do and what not to do in specific emergency situations The first aid provider mustnot only identify and treat also be associated with severe conditions such as

    13. Emergency First Aid
    conditions for their pets if they have the appropriate remedies, tools, and equipment available. A home first aid kit specific medications YOUR dog may need (for
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    Home First Aid Kit
    Dog owners can treat minor injuries and medical conditions for their pets if they have the appropriate remedies, tools, and equipment available. A home first aid kit should include the following items: cotton gauze bandage wrap - 1.5 inch width, 3 inch width Vet Wrap 2 inch width, and 4 inch width (4 inch is sold for horses) Ace bandage first aid tape cotton gauze pads regular Band-Aids cotton swabs or Q-tips Benadryl ascriptin (buffered aspirin) Pepto Bismol tablets New Skin liquid bandage (useful for patching abrasions on pads) iodine tablets (if you hike and camp in areas where the stream water may not be safe for consumption with out first treating with iodine or boiling) oral syringes (for administering liquid oral medicines, getting ear-drying solution into ears, etc..very useful!) safety pins in several sizes razor blade (paper wrapped for protection) matches tweezers hemostat (useful for pulling ticks, thorns, large splinters, etc)

    14. First Aid At Work - Day 2 Of 4
    Recognise and use the items contained in the first aid kit. · Recognise theappropriate recovery position for dealing with some specific conditions.

    15. - First Aid Manual
    first aid Manual covers every aspect of providing first aid whatever the backgroundinformation has been separated from treatments for specific conditions.
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    St. John Ambulance - Fun in the sun
    Every summer St. John Ambulance volunteers are out in force and provide a welcome sight at events and festivals by helping the public stay safe and have an enjoyable time. More... The treatments for all of these injuries and many more can be found in the new First Aid Manual from the UK's leading first-aid providers - St. John Ambulance, St. Andrew's Ambulance Association and the British Red Cross. Now in its 8th edition this manual is the result of many years of close collaboration between the three Societies; they first published a joint official training manual in 1958. Dorling Kindersley has been working with the three Societies for 20 years, updating and improving the Manual on a regular basis. This new edition of the First Aid Manual is the only comprehensive photographic guide to first-aid on the market.

    16. Pilot First Aid Page
    on your Pilot to make locating a specific file easier. in order to impart generalinformation relating to first aid of various injuries and conditions.
    Pilot First Aid Page
    Welcome to the Pilot First Aid Page! Here you will find a variety of files for the 3Com Palm Pilot , converted to DOC format. They are also available in text format, if you prefer to use them in Memo Pad. You can get a fairly nice, and relatively cheap, DOC reader from TealPoint I've now added a file that includes all the individual pages in one, along with bookmarks! Many thanks to John Newcomer for doing this for me!! You can also download a complete ZIP FILE of all the individual files on this page. This information was provided by the Irish Emergency Ambulance Services Resource (IEASR). Many thanks to them for allowing me to use their materials! Don't forget to visit the rest of the Dogpatch , including my Pilot E-text page favorite Pilot apps page, and the Health Page Unless otherwise indicated, all of these are 1-4K in size.

    17. First Aid And CPR
    covers many of the same components as Standard first aid/CPR, however the focusis on infants and children. We spend time on specific conditions that affect

      Standard First Aid/CPR

      Emergency First Aid/CPR

      Childcare First Aid

      Basic Rescuer CPR
      ... S Standard First Aid/CPR This 18-hour comprehensive course covers how to prevent, recognize and treat life-threatening emergencies such as airway, breathing and cardiovascular problems. We teach bandaging techniques for various types of wounds and severe bleeding. We show you how to recognize and treat bone and joint injuries with practice applying different slings and splints. You will learn different techniques for moving and transporting casualties. We show you how to treat various medical conditions as well as head and spinal injuries, poisoning, burns and environmental injuries. And we discuss the Emergency Medical Services, the legal issues involved in rendering aid and the concerns regarding disease transmission. Emergency First Aid/CPR This 9-hour course deals with life threatening priorities. You will learn how to recognize, treat and prevent airway, breathing and cardiovascular emergencies. We spend time on bandaging techniques for various types of wounds and severe bleeding. We discuss recognizing and treating simple fractures, and practice applying different slings. We also talk about the Emergency Medical Services system, legal issues in first aid and disease transmission. Childcare First Aid This 20-hour course covers many of the same components as Standard First Aid/CPR, however the focus is on infants and children. We spend time on specific conditions that affect infants and children, recognizing illness and preventing infection. Childcare First Aid includes discussion of vital signs and administering medications as well as information about child abuse and neglect.

    18. : First Aid: For Bites, Burns, Poisoning
    refers users to sites providing general overviews of first aid procedures, as wellas specific resources focusing on specific conditions and population groups Aid: f

    19. MayaBelize: The Travellers' Well-stocked First Aid Kit
    When packing your own kit, don t forget to add items for specific conditions anymembers of your PLEASE NOTE We highly recommend you take a first aid course!
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    Travellers' First Aid Kit
    We pack our kit with the attitude of "hope for the best & prepare for the worst." Our kit is large and supports us around the house, as well as on extended trips. We purchased our base kit for a little under $100CDN; A little pricey, but it's advertised as being "developed for groups of 1 to 10 people on trips of 1 to 21 days." We have since augmented it with a number of other items, leaving us prepared, we hope, for most small to medium emergency situations. The pack weighs over a kilogram, roughly 2½ pounds, and is really stuffed at 30 cm x 18 cm x 18 cm/12" x 7" x 7". (This is all part of the "prepare for the worst" part; We can't be sure how many people we will be on a trip with, and just how serious any accident may be.) Of course, our kit isn't ready for every possibility. If you can think of something useful that can be added, we encourage you to let us know ; The item you suggest could save someone's life. When packing your own kit, don't forget to add items for specific conditions any members of your party may have or environmental dangers you may face, such as "Epi-Pens" for allergies or medication for altitude illness. Our kit, with the

    20. Dr Kellons Guide To First Aid For Horses
    Within each of these categories, she identifies the items for a first aid kit,further defines specific conditions/injuries, explains the symptoms or causes
    Dr Kellons Guide to First Aid for Horses
    Dr Kellons Guide to First Aid for Horses

    by Authors: El Kellon , Eleanor Kellon , Kip Carter , Tricia Booker
    Released: December, 1992
    ISBN: 0914327291
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    Dr Kellons Guide to First Aid for Horses > Customer Review #1: Essential for the Responsible Owner/Rider/Caretaker

    Dr. Eleanor Kellon has written a concise, well-organized, and comprehensive guide for first aid treatment in emergencies that warrant a call to the veterinarian. She organizes injuries and conditions into major categories such as wounds/bleeding, burns, colic, lameness, heat stoke, head/neck/eyes, shock, foaling/newborns, and drug reactions. This allows the reader to quickly and easily access the pertinent chapters. Within each of these categories, she identifies the items for a first aid kit, further defines specific conditions/injuries, explains the symptoms or causes, and outlines the first aid treatment. Dr. Kellon also rates the emergency nature of each condition/ injury. The guide also contains useful appendices (general signs of serious illness, signs of adequate tranquilization, bandaging, giving injections, administering eye medications).

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