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What to do first, in accidents or poisoning.

by Charles W. Dulles

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Published by P. Blakiston in Philadelphia .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • First aid in illness and injury.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBy Charles W. Dulles ...
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRC87 .D9 1880
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2 p. l., 9-64, [iii]-vi p.
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL23405618M
    LC Control Number02020712
    OCLC/WorldCa8442434

      First Aid for life provides this information for guidance and it is not in any way a substitute for medical advice. First Aid for Life is not responsible or liable for any diagnosis made, or actions taken based on this information. We strongly recommend that you attend a practical First Aid course to understand what to do in a medical emergency. Get this from a library! Accident and safety information for teens: health tips about medical emergencies, traumatic injuries, and emergence preparedness: including facts about motor vehicle accidents, burns, poisoning, firearms, natural disasters, national security threats, and more. [Angela Williams; Omnigraphics, Inc.,;] -- Provides adolescent readers with facts about what to do when.

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    Triage. Triage is the process of rapidly screening sick children soon after their arrival in hospital, in order to identify. those with emergency signs, who require immediate emergency treatment;. those with priority signs, who should be given priority in the queue so that they can be assessed and treated without delay; and. non-urgent cases, who have neither emergency nor priority signs. Poisons Overview The danger of poisons. People of any age can become ill if they come into contact with certain medicines, household pesticides, chemicals, cosmetics, or plants. But children in particular face a greater risk for unintentional poisoning death and exposure than adults.


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Additional Physical Format: Print version: Dulles, Charles W. (Charles Winslow), What to do first, in accidents or poisoning. Philadelphia, P. Blakiston, Chicago citation style: Union Pacific Railway Company.

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This quick primer on common basic first aid procedures can help get you through a minor crisis, at least until the paramedics arrive or you can get to medical treatment. These tips are based on the first aid procedures recommended by the American Heart Association and American Red Cross.

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Introduction to first aid At any moment, you or someone around you could experience an injury or illness. Using basic first aid, you may be able to stop a minor mishap from getting worse. Few are pausing to say: Wait, why do so many of our kids need laxatives in the first place.

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If the poison is still in the mouth ask the victim to spit it out or remove the substance using your finger. Instructions on packages "in case of.

Carbon monoxide poisoning is responsible for more fatalities than any other accidental poisoning in the United States. Carbon monoxide is a colorless, odorless gas that can seep through your home from an appliance that's malfunctioning or that isn't properly installed.

Children show symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning before adults.The worst nuclear accident to date was the Chernobyl disaster which occurred in in accident killed 31 people directly and damaged approximately $7 billion of property.

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