Disaster Preparedness

How to perform head-to-toe examination during first aid

A complete head-to-toe examination of an injured individual during emergency scenarios will allow the rescuer to assess other possible injuries that are not immediately apparent. You have to perform this examination only after life-threatening injuries have been given appropriate first aid care and treatment. http://youtu.be/mc2-uZrIMso Head You should start with the head of the individual …

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What you need to know about low and high voltage burns

Electrical burns can cause extensive damage in the underlying tissues and organs. Even though an individual can sustain a small burn on the outside, the extent of interior damage can be serious. It is important to provide timely first aid care on electrical burns to prevent further damage as well as promote the healing process. …

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Blisters

A blister is basically a small-sized pouch that contains fluid that develops in the exterior skin layer. It typically forms once the outer layer of the skin is damaged. Fluid accumulates beneath the damaged skin, cushioning the tissue beneath. Understandably, this protects the tissue from sustaining further damage and allowing it to heal as well. …

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Take A Program to Volunteer for Disaster Relief Services

Every year in our community there is always an occurrence of unfortunate disasters like: floods, hurricanes, fire, earthquakes, tornadoes, explosions and other types of hazardous accidents. Usually, the workplace approved volunteer in incidence like this to help rescue or offer first aid help to the victims but there is always a shortage of volunteers especially in …

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