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Advanced First Aid Training DVDs - 2 DVD Set
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Advanced First Aid Training DVDs - 2 DVD Set

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Advanced First Aid Training

 

DVDs - 2 DVD Set

 

with

 

VIDEOs

 

With this great DVD,you will learn via Video Demo:


OROPHARNYGEAL INSERTION

(Oral Airway)

 

RETROGRADE INTUBATION

 

CRICOTHYROIDOTOMY

 

AUTOMATED EXTERNAL DEFIBRILLATOR

(A.E.D.)

 

VIDEO TRAINING ON TAKING VITAL SIGNS

 

PATIENT ASSESSMENT DEMONSTRATIONS

 

VIDEO TRAINING ON HOW TO DRESS THE FOLLOWING INJURIES:

EYE INJURIES

CHEST INJURIES

BULLET WOUND

IMPALED OBJECT

HAND INJURIES

LACERATIONS

DIFFERENT TYPES OF HEAT BURNS

DIFFERENT TYPES OF FLUID BURNS

ELECTRICAL BURNS

MASS CASUALTY TRIAGE

NEW - 2006 CPR STANDARD TRAINING - POWERPOINT

MEDICAL FIRST RESPONDER TRAINING MANUAL EBOOK ZIP

GLASCOW COMA SCALE ZIP

DISEASES MANUAL

DIABETES MANUAL

CRITICAL INCIDENT STRESS

 

ALSO INCLUDED

 

 

CHAPTER 1. FUNDAMENTAL CRITERIA FOR FIRST AID
1-1. General 
1-2. Terminology 
1-3. Understanding Vital Body Functions for First Aid
1-4. Adverse Conditions
1-5. Basics of First Aid 
1-6. Evaluating a Casualty

CHAPTER 2. BASIC MEASURES FOR FIRST AID


Section I. Open the Airway and Restore Breathing
2-1. General 
2-2. Breathing Process 
2-3. Assessment of and Positioning the Casualty 2-4. Opening the Airway of an Unconscious or not Breathing Casualty 
2-5. Rescue Breathing (Artificial Respiration)
2-6. Preliminary Steps‚ÄĒAll Rescue Breathing Methods
2-7. Mouth-to-Mouth Method 
2-8. Mouth-to-Nose Method 
2-9. Heartbeat 
2-10. Airway Obstructions
2-11. Opening the Obstructed Airway‚ÄĒConscious Casualty
2-12. Opening the Obstructed Airway‚ÄĒCasualty Lying Down or Unconscious

Section II. Stop the Bleeding and Protect the Wound
2-13. General 
2-14. Clothing 
2-15. Entrance and Exit Wounds 
2-16. Field Dressing 
2-17. Manual Pressure 
2-18. Pressure Dressing 
2-19. Digital Pressure 
2-20. Tourniquet 

Section III. Check for Shock and Administer First Aid Measures
2-21. General 
2-22. Causes and Effects 
2-23. Signs and Symptoms of Shock 
2-24. First Aid Measures for Shock 

CHAPTER 3. FIRST AID FOR SPECIFIC INJURIES
3-1. General 
3-2. Head, Neck, and Facial Injuries 
3-3. General First Aid Measures 
3-4. Chest Wounds 
3-5. First Aid for Chest Wounds 
3-6. Abdominal Wounds 
3-7. First Aid for Abdominal Wounds 
3-8. Burn Injuries 
3-9. First Aid for Burns 
3-10. Dressings and Bandages 
3-11. Shoulder Bandage 
3-12. Elbow Bandage 
3-13. Hand Bandage 
3-14. Leg (Upper and Lower) Bandage
3-15. Knee Bandage 
3-16. Foot Bandage 

CHAPTER 4. FIRST AID FOR FRACTURES
4-1. General 
4-2. Kinds of Fractures 
4-3. Signs and Symptoms of Fractures 
4-4. Purposes of Immobilizing Fractures 
4-5. Splints, Padding, Bandages, Slings, and Swathes
4-6. Procedures for Splinting Suspected Fractures
4-7. Upper Extremity Fractures 
4-8. Lower Extremity Fractures 
4-9. Jaw, Collarbone, and Shoulder Fractures 
4-10. Spinal Column Fractures 
4-11. Neck Fractures 

CHAPTER 5. FIRST AID FOR CLIMATIC INJURIES
5-1. General 
5-2. Heat Injuries 
5-3. Cold Injuries 

CHAPTER 6. FIRST AID FOR BITES AND STINGS
6-1. General 
6-2. Types of Snakes 
6-3. Snakebites 
6-4. Human or Animal Bites 
6-5. Marine (Sea) Animals 
6-6. Insect (Arthropod) Bites and Stings 
6-7. First Aid for Bites and Stings 

CHAPTER 7. FIRST AID IN A NUCLEAR, BIOLOGICAL, AND CHEMICAL ENVIRONMENT
7-1. General 
7-2. First Aid Materials 
7-3. Classification of Chemical and Biological Agents 
7-4. Conditions for Masking Without Order or Alarm 
7-5. First Aid for a Chemical Attack
7-6. Background Information on Nerve Agents
7-7. Signs and Symptoms of Nerve Agent Poisoning
7-8. First Aid for Nerve Agent Poisoning 
7-9. Blister Agents 
7-10. Choking Agents (Lung-Damaging Agents) 
7-11. Cyanogen (Blood) Agents 
7-12. Incapacitating Agents 
7-13. Incendiaries 
7-14. Biological Agents and First Aid 
7-15. Toxins 
7-16. Nuclear Detonation 

CHAPTER 8. FIRST AID FOR PSYCHOLOGICAL REACTIONS
8-1. General 
8-2. Importance of Psychological First Aid 
8-3. Situations Requiring Psychological First Aid 8-4. Interrelationship of Psychological and Physical First Aid 
8-5. Goals of Psychological First Aid 
8-6. Respect for Others’ Feelings 
8-7. Emotional and Physical Disability 
8-8. Combat and Other Operational Stress Reactions
8-9. Reactions to Stress 
8-10. Severe Stress or Stress Reaction 
8-11. Application of Psychological First Aid 
8-12. Reactions and Limitations 
8-13. Stress Reactions 

APPENDIX A. FIRST AID CASE AND KITS, DRESSINGS, AND BANDAGES
A-1. First Aid Case with Field Dressings and Bandages 
A-2. General Purpose First Aid Kits 
A-3. Dressings 
A-4. Standard Bandages 
A-5. Triangular and Cravat (Swathe) Bandages 

APPENDIX B. RESCUE AND TRANSPORTATION PROCEDURES
B-1. General 
B-2. Principles of Rescue Operations 
B-3. Considerations 
B-4. Plan of Action 
B-5. Proper Handling of Casualties 
B-6. Positioning the Casualty 
B-7. Medical Evacuation and Transportation of Casualties 
B-8. Manual Carries 
B-9. Improvised Litters 


GLOSSARY 
REFERENCES 
INDEX

 

Last Updated: Tuesday, 13 November 2018 07:25