Archive | June, 2013

Leukemia - First Aid Training

Leukemia

Leukemia is a type of cancer of blood-forming tissues, including the bone marrow, which produces an increased number of abnormal or immature white blood cells. These abnormal white blood cells tend to grow faster than normal cells and do not stop from growing when they should. They replace the normal cells and accumulate, occupying space […]

Cooling a Burn with Cold Clean Water

Reducing Cases of Burns With Burn Prevention

Watch this video first and learn more about the very basic of first aid treatment to burns. [media url=”http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ns1DPvXVO6I” width=”600″ height=”400″] Burns are among the leading causes of injuries in children. They most commonly occur at home but can happen in almost any place. Scald burns are more common among young children, while older children […]

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Proper Helmet Removal in First Aid

[ditty_news_ticker id=”474″] Helmets are intended to protect the face, head, neck and spine and prevent possible injuries due to motorcycle accidents and many sporting events. However, in case of an accident, you may need to remove the helmet in order to administer first aid or initiate resuscitation efforts. When removing the helmet, the head and […]

Injury assessment

General Guidelines in Role Delineation Competencies

[heading style=”1″]workplace approved CPR HCP Courses explains about role delineation competencies as crucial part in first aid.[/heading] Injury Assessment is a crucial part in first aid and training plays a vital role. It is the first phase upon approaching the scene of the injury or ill condition. Individuals who have undergone first aid training in […]

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