Type of wounds-1Incised ; Lacerated ; punctured : Type of wounds-1Incised ; Lacerated ; punctured Type of wounds-2Abrasion ; Gun Shot ; Contusion : Type of wounds-2Abrasion ; Gun Shot ; Contusion CIRCULATION : CIRCULATION BRACHIAL ARTERYFEMORAL ARTERY : BRACHIAL ARTERYFEMORAL ARTERY Controlling Blood LossDirect Pressure- 1 : Controlling Blood LossDirect Pressure- 1 Controlling Blood Loss Direct Pressure -2 : Controlling Blood Loss Direct Pressure -2 Controlling Blood Loss Direct Pressure - 3 : Controlling Blood Loss Direct Pressure - 3 INDIRECT PRESSURE ON BRACHIAL ARTERY : INDIRECT PRESSURE ON BRACHIAL ARTERY Types of Fracture : Types of Fracture Recovery Position – 1 : Recovery Position – 1 Recovery Position – 2 : Recovery Position – 2 Recovery Position – 3 : Recovery Position – 3 Recovery Position – 4 : Recovery Position – 4 Recovery Position – 5 : Recovery Position – 5 Recovery Position – 6 : Recovery Position – 6 Respiratory System : Respiratory System How we Breathe-Inhalation : How we Breathe-Inhalation How we Breathe-Exhalation : How we Breathe-Exhalation Opening the Airway-1 : Opening the Airway-1 Opening the Airway-2 : Opening the Airway-2 Checking the Breathing : Checking the Breathing Opening the airway : Opening the airway Checking for Circulation : Checking for Circulation Checking Carotid Pulse : Checking Carotid Pulse Mouth-to-mouth Ventilation-1 : Mouth-to-mouth Ventilation-1 Mouth-to-mouth Ventilation -2 : Mouth-to-mouth Ventilation -2 Mouth-to-mouth Ventilation -3 : Mouth-to-mouth Ventilation -3 Mouth-to-mouth Ventilation - 4 : Mouth-to-mouth Ventilation - 4 Mouth-to-mouth ventilation-5 : Mouth-to-mouth ventilation-5 Artificial Ventilation : Artificial Ventilation Artificial ventilation : Artificial ventilation External Chest Compression-1 : External Chest Compression-1 External Chest Compression-2 : External Chest Compression-2 External Chest Compression Correct position of hand : External Chest Compression Correct position of hand Spine : Spine Spine – Sagital Section : Spine – Sagital Section NEAR DROWNING : NEAR DROWNING Drowning causes asphyxia by water entering the lungs or by causing the throat to go into spasm, so constricting the air passage ( dry drowning ).
Do not waste time trying to remove any water from casualty’s lungs.
Congestion of the lungs can occur quickly, but it may be several hours before it is apparent.
All casualties rescued from drowning should be sent to Hospital.
Symptoms & Signs : Signs of asphyxia;froth around the lips, mouth & nostrils
Aim : Get air into casualty’s lungs as fast as possible, in the water,if necessary.
Arrange removal to Hospital. NEAR DROWNING : NEAR DROWNING Action Plan :
Quickly remove any obstructions such as weeds,grass etc. from the casualty’s mouth and begin Artificial Ventilation immediately.
If he is still in the water , it may be possible to begin ventilation there.
Give Mouth-to-Mouth ventilation.
When you can place him on a firm surface, check breathing and pulse,and continue CPR if necessary.
As soon as the casualty begins breathing, put him in recovery position.
Keep casualty warm.
Arrange removal to Hospital. Slide 40: THANK YOU