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1 C O M P E T I T I O N C O M P E T I T I O N M E D I C A L S I N G R E A T B R I T A I N

2 CONTEST 1. QUIZ “THIS IS GREAT BRITAIN” CONTEST 2. A PIG IN A POKE CONTEST 3. MEDICAL RIDDLES CONTEST 4. FIRST AID CONTEST 5. FASHION TIME

3 T H E C R I T E R I A O F T H E M A R K S C O N T E S TS 1 – 3 Players answer the questions in turn. Every right answer is estimated at 5 points. If player cannot answer himself and his team helps him he gets only 3 points. If there asn`t any answer player gets nothing C O N T E S T 4 The maximum mark - 10 points. Teams must show some knowledge in bleeding, fainting, shock and sunstroke and must say how to give first aid for bleeding or fainting or sunstroke or shock C O N T E S T 5 The maximum mark - 10 points. Teams must show one of four costumes. Criteria of this contest are correctness of the elements, aesthetic appearance and originality

4 Q U I Z T H I S I S G R E A T B R I T A I N 1.Where did Admiral Nelson gain his famous victory? 2. What’s the national flower emblem of England? 3. Who’s the Patron Saint of England? 4. Where was William Shakespeare born and buried? 5. Who’s the national poet of Scotland? 6. The Royal Opera House is known as … 7. Who organized the first nurses training programs? 8. What’s the capital of Scotland? 9. Who had the longest reign in British history? 10. Who was the first woman Prime Minister of Great Britain?

5 Q U I Z T H I S I S G R E A T B R I T A I N 1. What animal is the symbol of the English might or strength? 2. What birds live in the Tower? 3. What food is traditional at Christmas? 4. What's the main square of London? 5. Where does the Changing of the Guard take place? 6. Which band was John Lennon a member of in the 1960s? 7. Who is the architect of the famous St. Paul’s Cathedral? 8. What is the nickname of the British flag? 9. What's the Queen's name? 10. What's the full name of the country?

6 A P I G I N A P O K E

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8 M E D I C A L R I D D L E S 1. Who discovered Penicillin? 2. Each cell has… 3. The main function of this system is to convey oxygen to the lungs and remove carbon dioxide. 4. This system consists of the bones, ligaments and cartilages. 5. Microscopical cellular elements are … 6. This organ circulates blood throughout the body. 7. The first stage of digestion begins in … 8. The study of diseases is called … 9. What are organs that filter the blood? 10. What gland is the largest in the body?

9 M E D I C A L R I D D L E S 1. Who is the Father of medicine? 2. The body is made up of microscopical elements called … 3. The main function of this system is to move us about. 4. Blood consists of … 5. Tubes carrying blood are called … 6. These organs are situated in the chest one on each side of the heart. 7. What is the largest organ of the body? 8. What is the upper chamber of the heart? 9. The skull is the bony box that encloses the … 10. What is the cavity containing the main organs of digestion?

10 F I R S T A I D S U N S T R O K E Symptoms of sunstroke: Nausea Dizziness Red, dry as well as botchy skin Rapid pulse rate High fever Rise in body temperature Unconsciousness Convulsions

11 F I R S T A I D F O R S U N S T R O K E Loosen up all tight clothes or remove the clothing and bring the victim to a shady spot, and use fan to make him/her feel cool Sponge the victim with some cool water and massage the victim’s limbs vigorously Use cold compresses on the head, neck as well as the groin and the neck or wrap the victim in cool sheets Ice as well as alcohol must be avoided as they can cause much damage Contact emergency services for help It is better not to give anything by the way of mouth to sunstroke victim till he or she feels better

12 F I R S T A I D S H O C K Symptoms of shock: Pale or bluish skin, lips, and fingernails Moist, clammy skin Weakness Weak, rapid pulse (more than 100 beats per minute) Increased breathing rate Irregular breathing Restlessness, anxiety Thirst Vomiting Dull look in eyes Dilated pupils Blotchy or streaked skin Possible unconsciousness in severe conditions

13 F I R S T A I D F O R S H O C K Move the victim to a comfortable position only if there's no back or neck injury Loosen any tight clothing Look for injuries, and control any bleeding Cover victim lightly with blanket Do not give victim anything to eat or drink If victim vomits, roll the victim onto their side and clean out victim's mouth Put an unresponsive victim or a stroke victim in the recovery position

14 F I R S T A I D B L E E D I N G Causes of bleeding: Various injuries, such as Scrapes Cuts Puncture wounds Amputations If an object is impaled in the skin, see impaled object

15 F I R S T A I D F O R B L E E D I N G Control bleeding with direct pressure: Cover wound with sterile dressing or clean cloth, diaper, or sanitary napkin Control bleeding with direct pressure: Cover wound with sterile dressing or clean cloth, diaper, or sanitary napkin Place your gloved hand over dressing, and press firmly Place your gloved hand over dressing, and press firmly Continue pressure until bleeding stops Continue pressure until bleeding stops Do not remove dressing. If soaked through, add more material, and continue pressure Do not remove dressing. If soaked through, add more material, and continue pressure If no broken bone suspected, elevate wound higher than level of heart. Do not move limb if you think it is broken If no broken bone suspected, elevate wound higher than level of heart. Do not move limb if you think it is broken Elevate area above the heart if it does not appear broken Elevate area above the heart if it does not appear broken If bleeding does not slow after 5 minutes of direct pressure, have victim lie down, continue direct pressure on wound, and apply pressure to pressure point between wound and heart If bleeding does not slow after 5 minutes of direct pressure, have victim lie down, continue direct pressure on wound, and apply pressure to pressure point between wound and heart For wounds on arms, press on brachial artery: Use your fingers to apply pressure to inner side of victim's upper arm, between elbow and shoulder, in groove between muscles For wounds on arms, press on brachial artery: Use your fingers to apply pressure to inner side of victim's upper arm, between elbow and shoulder, in groove between muscles For wounds on legs, press on femoral artery in groin use heel of hand to apply pressure at middle of crease where thigh meets groin For wounds on legs, press on femoral artery in groin use heel of hand to apply pressure at middle of crease where thigh meets groin Release pressure point as soon as bleeding stops Release pressure point as soon as bleeding stops Once bleeding is controlled, secure original dressings with bandage Once bleeding is controlled, secure original dressings with bandage

16 F I R S T A I D F A I N T I N G Symptoms of fainting: Lightheadedness while sitting or standing Nausea Warmth Cold and clammy sweat Pale appearance of the skin Some people experience symptoms which include blurred vision, visual of spots in front of the eyes and dilated pupils While the person remains unconsciousness, he may have a low pulse rate of 60 beats/minute In some cases, symptoms that may accompany fainting include black stools, heavy menstrual periods, vomiting, diarrhea and fever. Palpitations (rapid and irregular heart beats), chest pain, shortness of breath, weak and abnormal pulse, headache, loss of balance or coordination, slurred speech and double vision may also occur with fainting. Incontinence, confusion, tinnitus, feeling of biting the tongue and sustained convulsions are some symptoms that may occur before an episode of fainting

17 F I R S T A I D F O R F A I N T I N G Lay the person down on the ground, face up, and elevate his/her feet 8–12 inches Sitting down and putting the head between the knees also help in some cases Loosen any constrictive clothing Apply a cool, wet compress to the person's forehead Attempt to keep the person from standing up until fully recovered If the person vomits while he/she is unconscious, quickly turn him/her to allow the fluid to drain while protecting the person's airway If dehydration is a possible cause of fainting, then taking plenty of fluid would be the most beneficial thing to do Do not attempt to give an unconscious person anything by mouth Do not shake or slap a person who has fainted to attempt to make him/her regain consciousness

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