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Basic First Aid S P N A L I J U R E S C H O K I N G P O I S O N BROKEN BO E S I N J U R I E S 10
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Basic First Aid Recognition of Choking Hands to Throat 11
Basic First Aid Avoid Laughing and Talking Chew Food Slowly Food Avoid Excessive Alcohol in Pieces Choking Prevention 24
Basic First Aid Treatment for Choking Are you choking? 17
Basic First Aid The Heimlich Maneuver The Heimlich Maneuver 16
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Basic First Aid A IRWAY – Open the airway with the tilt the chin method. Breath – give two quick breaths Unconscious Choking Victims Unconscious Choking Victims 18
Basic First Aid Unconscious Choking Victims 6 to 10 times A IRWAY – Open the airway with the tilt the chin method. Breath – give two quick breaths Abdominal thrusts - give 6 – 10 13
Basic First Aid Eye Injuries Solvents & Cleaning Fluid 19
Basic First Aid Cuts Scratches Embedded objects Eye Injuries 15
Basic First Aid Eye Injury Get the victim to an eye specialist or emergency room Eye Injuries 8
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Basic First Aid SOLIDS - USE A CLOTH to Remove the Poison BE CAREFUL NOT to make it worse. 16
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Basic First Aid REMOVE contaminated clothing Flush with water for 9
Basic First Aid Take the poison with you! 10
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Basic First Aid Control Bleeding Use a PRESSURE BANDAGE 6
Basic First Aid Fractures to Body – Neck - Back 13
Basic First Aid Moving Body Fracture Victims 17
Basic First Aid Spinal Injury Do NOT Move Limbs Person DANGER or NOT BREATHING 18
Basic First Aid Do only what you have been trained to do. 7
Basic First Aid After First Aid 15
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