First Aid

First Aid Many of us are often exposed to wounds or accidents, either with us or with people around us,
Most of us do not know how to deal with such cases, especially if they do not have a healthy culture or information about first aid.
First aid is defined as immediate and temporary care for minor and sudden injuries to a person,
Specifically, those that result in bruising or certain injuries,
The most prominent cases are the following. Cases requiring first aid The absence of a doctor in the area where the injured person is located.
Injury or accident is simple and does not require a doctor or hospital. The aim of this first aid is to avoid the development or doubling of the health situation towards the worst,
For example, if they are injured or bleeding, these aids help stop them and prevent their infection and infection. The basics of first aid so that you can be a healer must have a set of basics and rules, the most important of which are the following: First aid rules should be familiar with the basics and the responsibility that ensues. Understanding how artificial respiration works.
The location of the accident must be evaluated and secured. Put the patient in a comfortable and convenient position so as not to increase the seriousness of his condition. Try to know the symptoms and signs that accompany minor accidents, in order to avoid doubling and dealing with them. If blood is bleeding, you should control it and try to stop it, and see if there is internal bleeding or not. Recognize the correct way in which moving the body of the patient, specifically with regard to the spine. Trying to gather information about the patient's health status to see if he or she is ill. Learn the right way to massage the heart and chest area. Know how to deal with burns as well as fractions of different types and degrees. How to heal and prevent infection and inflammation, if any. Protection of the paramedic Here the person who is the ambulance must take care of a set of points and things to avoid transmission of infection, for example,
The most prominent of these things: Wear protective gloves before touching the injured, and dispose of them once the ambulance is finished. Wear a protective mask that protects your nose and mouth as well, as well as eye goggles. Wash hands and face immediately after completing the ambulance.