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TSP 081-T-1008-1 PERFORM FIRST AID FOR HEAT INJURIES
TSP 081-T-1008-2 SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS HEAT CRAMPS Cramping in the extremities (arms and legs) Abdominal (stomach) cramps Excessive sweating
TSP 081-T-1008-3 SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS HEAT EXHAUSTION 1 Profuse sweating with pale, moist, cool skin Headache Weakness Dizziness Loss of appetite
TSP 081-T-1008-4 SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS HEAT EXHAUSTION 2 Cramping Nausea, with or without vomiting Urge to defecate Chills (gooseflesh) Rapid breathing Tingling hands, feet Confusion
TSP 081-T-1008-5 SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS HEATSTROKE Red (flushed), hot, dry skin Weakness Dizziness Confusion Headaches Seizures Nausea Stomach pains or cramps Pulse/respiration rapid and weak Unconsciousness and collapse
TSP 081-T-1008-6 TREATMENT HEAT CRAMPS 1 Monitor mental status Move casualty to cool area Loosen casualty’s clothing
TSP 081-T-1008-7 TREATMENT HEAT CRAMPS 2 SLOWLY drink one canteen of water Notify medical personnel if necessary
TSP 081-T-1008-8 TREATMENT HEAT EXHAUSTION 1 Monitor mental status Move casualty to a cool area Loosen or remove clothing Pour water on casualty and fan him
TSP 081-T-1008-9 TREATMENT HEAT EXHAUSTION 2 Monitor the casualty; notify medical personnel Have the casualty drink one canteen of water Elevate the casualty’s legs
TSP 081-T-1008-10 TREATMENT HEATSTROKE 1 Move to a cool, shaded area Monitor mental status Loosen or remove clothing
TSP 081-T-1008-11 Pour water on casualty and fan him Massage the casualty’s arms and legs Elevate his legs TREATMENT HEATSTROKE 2
TSP 081-T-1008-12 Have the casualty slowly drink one canteen of cool water TREATMENT HEATSTROKE 3
TSP 081-T-1008-13 MEDICAL EMERGENCY Heatstroke is a MEDICAL EMERGENCY that may result in death. Notify medical personnel and evacuate as soon as possible. TREATMENT HEATSTROKE 4
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