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24 terms
First Aid Level 1
Check - Call - Care
SAMPLE
Types of wounds
closed wounds
- check the scene so that you aren't a victim and then get an…
- Signs (look where the injured person is injured)... - symptoms…
- open... - closed
- Abrasions... - Lacerations... - Avulsions... - Punctures
Check - Call - Care
- check the scene so that you aren't a victim and then get an…
SAMPLE
- Signs (look where the injured person is injured)... - symptoms…
65 terms
First Aid & CPR 1
Call for help immediately... Bring help t…
Airway... Breathing... Circulation
Determining number of injured & nature…
potential toxic vapors, gases in the a…
Four basic rules when dealing with emergencies.
ABC stands for?
When evaluating a scene you should focus on which of the foll…
When assessing an accident scene for safety prior to renderin…
Call for help immediately... Bring help t…
Four basic rules when dealing with emergencies.
Airway... Breathing... Circulation
ABC stands for?
65 terms
First Aid & CPR 1
Call for help immediately... Bring help t…
Airway... Breathing... Circulation
Determining number of injured & nature…
potential toxic vapors, gases in the a…
Four basic rules when dealing with emergencies.
ABC stands for?
When evaluating a scene you should focus on which of the foll…
When assessing an accident scene for safety prior to renderin…
Call for help immediately... Bring help t…
Four basic rules when dealing with emergencies.
Airway... Breathing... Circulation
ABC stands for?
100 terms
First Aid Images 1
Chronic Pancreatitis ... Head punctate ca…
Type 2 diabetes pancreas islet amyloid
Glucagonoma necrolytic migratory eryth…
Type 1 diabetes insulitis
Chronic Pancreatitis ... Head punctate ca…
Type 2 diabetes pancreas islet amyloid
65 terms
First Aid & CPR 1
Call for help immediately... Bring help t…
Airway... Breathing... Circulation
Determining number of injured & nature…
potential toxic vapors, gases in the a…
Four basic rules when dealing with emergencies.
ABC stands for?
When evaluating a scene you should focus on which of the foll…
When assessing an accident scene for safety prior to renderin…
Call for help immediately... Bring help t…
Four basic rules when dealing with emergencies.
Airway... Breathing... Circulation
ABC stands for?
52 terms
first aid 1
electrocution
choking
chest thrust, heimlich
cut
electrocution
choking
60 terms
First Aid- HS1
What are signs that indicate a medical…
List the signs of a heart attack.
Should first aid ever be considered fu…
What is the first thing you should do…
unusual noise, sight, odor, appearance, or behavior.
- chest discomfort (uncomfortable pressure, squeezing, fullne…
no
Always check to make sure the scene is safe before you approa…
What are signs that indicate a medical…
unusual noise, sight, odor, appearance, or behavior.
List the signs of a heart attack.
- chest discomfort (uncomfortable pressure, squeezing, fullne…
60 terms
S1 First Aid
electrocution
choking, to choke
chest thrust, heimlich
cut
electrocution
choking, to choke
34 terms
First Aid 1
Abd
AMI
ETOH
AOB
Abdomen
Acute Myocardial Infraction
Alcohol, Ethanol
Alcohol on Breath
Abd
Abdomen
AMI
Acute Myocardial Infraction
100 terms
First Aid Images 1
Chronic Pancreatitis ... Head punctate ca…
Type 2 diabetes pancreas islet amyloid
Glucagonoma necrolytic migratory eryth…
Type 1 diabetes insulitis
Chronic Pancreatitis ... Head punctate ca…
Type 2 diabetes pancreas islet amyloid
192 terms
HOSA CPR/First Aid 1
How many breaths and compressions do y…
How do you treat a cut / gash on a per…
To preform CPR on an infant the rescue…
A young man was standing to close to a…
2 breaths and 30 compressions
With clean dressing, put gauze pads on the cut. ... Hold for 1 m…
at least 100 compressions a minute
Cool the burn with cold but not ice-cold water
How many breaths and compressions do y…
2 breaths and 30 compressions
How do you treat a cut / gash on a per…
With clean dressing, put gauze pads on the cut. ... Hold for 1 m…
100 terms
First Aid Images 1
Chronic Pancreatitis ... Head punctate ca…
Type 2 diabetes pancreas islet amyloid
Glucagonoma necrolytic migratory eryth…
Type 1 diabetes insulitis
Chronic Pancreatitis ... Head punctate ca…
Type 2 diabetes pancreas islet amyloid
65 terms
First Aid & CPR 1
Call for help immediately... Bring help t…
Airway... Breathing... Circulation
Determining number of injured & nature…
potential toxic vapors, gases in the a…
Four basic rules when dealing with emergencies.
ABC stands for?
When evaluating a scene you should focus on which of the foll…
When assessing an accident scene for safety prior to renderin…
Call for help immediately... Bring help t…
Four basic rules when dealing with emergencies.
Airway... Breathing... Circulation
ABC stands for?
29 terms
Ulpan-Or: AID - No. 1
מָטוֹס
יוֹרֵד מֵהַמָּטוֹס
(לְחַפֵּשׂ (פִּעֵל
מְחַפֵּשׂ
plane
gets off the plane (m. sing.)
to look for
is looking for (m. sing.)
מָטוֹס
plane
יוֹרֵד מֵהַמָּטוֹס
gets off the plane (m. sing.)
Lesson 1 First Aid Basics
First Aid
Latex
Good Samaritan laws
Universal precautions
Immediate emergency care given to a sick or injured person be…
A kind of rubber used to make thin gloves for health care pro…
Laws that protect people who help other in emergencies
Methods of self- protection that prevent contact with a perso…
First Aid
Immediate emergency care given to a sick or injured person be…
Latex
A kind of rubber used to make thin gloves for health care pro…
47 terms
Fachwortschatz AID Teil 1
Archivwissenschaft f.
Bibliothekwissenschaft f.
Dokumentation f.
Informationswissenschaft f.
archives f./pl.
bibliothéconomie f.
documentation f.
science de l'information f.
Archivwissenschaft f.
archives f./pl.
Bibliothekwissenschaft f.
bibliothéconomie f.
551 terms
Step 1 First Aid - Biochemistry
Chromatin structure
Heterochromatin
Euchromatin
Purines
Negatively charged DNA loops twice around histone octamer (2…
Condensed, transcriptionally inactive ("H eteroC hromatin = H…
Less condensed, transcriptionally active (Eu = true, "truly t…
A, G 2 Rings ("PUR e A s G old = PUR ines") <img src="67b - P…
Chromatin structure
Negatively charged DNA loops twice around histone octamer (2…
Heterochromatin
Condensed, transcriptionally inactive ("H eteroC hromatin = H…
38 terms
First Aid- HS1
List the signs of a heart attack.
Should first aid ever be considered fu…
What is the first thing you should do…
When should an injured victim be moved?
- chest discomfort (uncomfortable pressure, squeezing, fullne…
no
Always check to make sure the scene is safe before you approa…
Only if they are in danger or in a dangerous area.
List the signs of a heart attack.
- chest discomfort (uncomfortable pressure, squeezing, fullne…
Should first aid ever be considered fu…
no
13 terms
First Aid Set 1
First Aid
Wound
Abrasion
Incision
The immediate, temporary care given to an ill or injured pers…
Involves injury to soft tissue
Scrape of the skin due to something abrasive
a clean smooth cut caused by a sharp cutting instrument
First Aid
The immediate, temporary care given to an ill or injured pers…
Wound
Involves injury to soft tissue
692 terms
First Aid Step 1- Biochemistry
Chromatin structure
Heterochromatin
Euchromatin
Purines
Negatively charged DNA loops twice around positively charged…
Condensed, transcriptionally inactive, sterically inaccessible.
Less condensed, transcriptionally active, sterically accessib…
A, G 2 Rings
Chromatin structure
Negatively charged DNA loops twice around positively charged…
Heterochromatin
Condensed, transcriptionally inactive, sterically inaccessible.
29 terms
Block 1 First Aid
Objective of First Aid
Control Bleeding
First Degree Burn
Second Degree Burn
Prevent further injury... Infection... Loss of life
Direct pressure... Elevation... Pressure Points... Tourniquet
Redness, warmth, and mild pain
Red, blistered skin, severe pain
Objective of First Aid
Prevent further injury... Infection... Loss of life
Control Bleeding
Direct pressure... Elevation... Pressure Points... Tourniquet
25 terms
First Aid: Presentations 1
Abdominal pain, ascites, and hepatomeg…
Abdominal pain, diarrhea, leukocytosis…
Achilles tendon xanthoma
Adrenal hemorrhage, hypotension, DIC
Budd-Chiari syndrome (posthepatic venous thrombosis)
Clostridium difficile infection
Familial hypercholesterolemia (decreased LDL receptor signali…
Waterhouse-Friderichsen syndrome (menengococcemia)
Abdominal pain, ascites, and hepatomeg…
Budd-Chiari syndrome (posthepatic venous thrombosis)
Abdominal pain, diarrhea, leukocytosis…
Clostridium difficile infection
118 terms
First Aid Neurology 1
notochord, neural plate
neural plate
nucleus pulposus
dorsal, sensory
___ induces the overlying ectoderm to differentiate into neur…
____ gives rise to the neural tube and neural crest cells.
The notochord become the ___ of the intervertebral disc in ad…
The alar plate is what location? Responsible for what?
notochord, neural plate
___ induces the overlying ectoderm to differentiate into neur…
neural plate
____ gives rise to the neural tube and neural crest cells.
25 terms
First Aid: Treatments 1
Absence seizures
Acute gout attack
Acute promyelocytic leukemia (M3)
ADHD
Ethosuxamide
NSAIDs, colchicine, glucocorticoids
All-trans retinoic acid (ATRA)
Methylphenidate, CBT, atomoxetine
Absence seizures
Ethosuxamide
Acute gout attack
NSAIDs, colchicine, glucocorticoids
First aid Neuro, 1
notochord, neural plate
neural plate
nucleus pulposus
dorsal, sensory
___ induces the overlying ectoderm to differentiate into neur…
____ gives rise to the neural tube and neural crest cells.
The notochord become the ___ of the intervertebral disc in ad…
The alar plate is what location? Responsible for what?
notochord, neural plate
___ induces the overlying ectoderm to differentiate into neur…
neural plate
____ gives rise to the neural tube and neural crest cells.
25 terms
First Aid: Treatments 1
Absence seizures
Acute gout attack
Acute promyelocytic leukemia (M3)
ADHD
Ethosuxamide
NSAIDs, colchicine, glucocorticoids
All-trans retinoic acid (ATRA)
Methylphenidate, CBT, atomoxetine
Absence seizures
Ethosuxamide
Acute gout attack
NSAIDs, colchicine, glucocorticoids
Quiz #1 Aid
The origin of the first written accoun…
Father of modern Western medicine
Manual and scientific manipulation of…
Western massage texts tend to use Fren…
China
Hippocrates
Massage
John Mezger
The origin of the first written accoun…
China
Father of modern Western medicine
Hippocrates
aids 1
Acetabul
Ax
blast
carp
vinegar cup
axis
bud
wrist
Acetabul
vinegar cup
Ax
axis
20 terms
AIDS 1
Adapt
Awkward
Characteristics
Compose
To adjust in orderto fit diffrent circumstances or fill a need
Clumsy
Noticeable
This make by combing different elements or parts
Adapt
To adjust in orderto fit diffrent circumstances or fill a need
Awkward
Clumsy
89 terms
First Aid - Microbiology - 1
Bugs that don't gram stain
Stains fungi and Legionella
Stain for Treponema
Stain for Borrelia, Plasmodium, Trypan…
Treponema; Rickettsia; Mycobacteria; Mycoplasma; Legionella;…
Silver
Darkfield
Giemsa
Bugs that don't gram stain
Treponema; Rickettsia; Mycobacteria; Mycoplasma; Legionella;…
Stains fungi and Legionella
Silver
First Aid test #1
First Aid
The primary goals of first aid are to
When do you call 911? (12 reasons)
What do you do when you come across a…
the immediate help given to a victim of injury or sudden illn…
- Keep the victim alive until he or she receives medical care…
- Unresponsiveness or altered mental status (dizzy, confused,…
Check the scene, check the victim... Call 911... Care for what you…
First Aid
the immediate help given to a victim of injury or sudden illn…
The primary goals of first aid are to
- Keep the victim alive until he or she receives medical care…
First Aid Exam #1
abandonment
act of commission
act of omission
battery
failure to continue first aid until relieved by someone with…
doing something that a reasonably prudent person would not do…
failure to do what a reasonably prudent person with the same…
touching a person or providing first aid without consent
abandonment
failure to continue first aid until relieved by someone with…
act of commission
doing something that a reasonably prudent person would not do…
AIDS #1
cardi
append
cerebr
cran
heart
to hang something
brain
helmet
cardi
heart
append
to hang something
21 terms
first aid 1
heart attack signs
stroke signs
diabetes signs
seizures signs
pain in chest... profuse sweating... pain in left side... denial syndr…
severe headaches... numbness on one side of body... unable to speak…
shaky, weak, thirsty... altered mental state
spacing out... uncontrolled muscle contraction... often loss of bow…
heart attack signs
pain in chest... profuse sweating... pain in left side... denial syndr…
stroke signs
severe headaches... numbness on one side of body... unable to speak…
50 terms
First Aid psychiatry 1
what are ideas of reference
what are delusions of control
what is a somatic delusion
illusion vs. hallucination
belief that cues in the external environment are uniquely rel…
thought broadcasting... thought insertion
false belief that one is infected with a disease
illusion = misinterpretation of an existing sensory stimulus…
what are ideas of reference
belief that cues in the external environment are uniquely rel…
what are delusions of control
thought broadcasting... thought insertion
1. First Aid
REMAIN CALM
preserve, minimize
soothe, reassure
Assessment, inervention
The cardinal rule of first aid
Priority is to _______ life and ______ effects of injuries
Manner in which you conduct yourself can _________ and ______…
_________ and __________ must be done quickly and efficiently…
REMAIN CALM
The cardinal rule of first aid
preserve, minimize
Priority is to _______ life and ______ effects of injuries
First Aid & CPR 1
Call for help immediately... Bring help t…
Airway... Breathing... Circulation
Determining number of injured & nature…
potential toxic vapors, gases in the a…
Four basic rules when dealing with emergencies.
ABC stands for?
When evaluating a scene you should focus on which of the foll…
When assessing an accident scene for safety prior to renderin…
Call for help immediately... Bring help t…
Four basic rules when dealing with emergencies.
Airway... Breathing... Circulation
ABC stands for?
34 terms
HOSA CPR/First Aid 1
Abraison
Amputation
Avulsion
Brachial Artery
Injury cause by rubbing or scraping the skin.
The cutting off or separation of a body part from the body
A wound that occurs when tissue is separated from the body.
Artery on arm used to check an infants pulse
Abraison
Injury cause by rubbing or scraping the skin.
Amputation
The cutting off or separation of a body part from the body
100 terms
First Aid Images 1
Chronic Pancreatitis ... Head punctate ca…
Type 2 diabetes pancreas islet amyloid
Glucagonoma necrolytic migratory eryth…
Type 1 diabetes insulitis
Chronic Pancreatitis ... Head punctate ca…
Type 2 diabetes pancreas islet amyloid
10 terms
First aid 1
warning signs of type 1 diabetes
type 2 diabetes
warning sings of type 2 diabetes
care for a seizure
frequent urination, increased hunger and thirst, unexpected w…
body make insulin but not enough to meet body needs
blurred vision, numbness in legs/feet/fingers, cuts or bruise…
make sure environment is as safe as possible, prevent injury,…
warning signs of type 1 diabetes
frequent urination, increased hunger and thirst, unexpected w…
type 2 diabetes
body make insulin but not enough to meet body needs
Study Aid 1
asperity
bane
bufoon
doleful
Sharpness or harshness of manner.... The was a noticeable asperi…
a peron or thing that destroys or causes harm.... Jonathan's lit…
A person who often makes attempts to be funny.... Although he ac…
Mournful or full of sorrow... The doleful look on her face told…
asperity
Sharpness or harshness of manner.... The was a noticeable asperi…
bane
a peron or thing that destroys or causes harm.... Jonathan's lit…
100 terms
First Aid Cardio 1
chordae rupture, GN, suppurative peric…
Roth's spots
fever, roth's spots, osler's nodes, mu…
Staph aureus
possible complications IE
round white spots on retina surrounded by hemorrhage (symptom…
FROM JANE -> signs of IE
cause of acute IE -> large vegetations on previously normal v…
chordae rupture, GN, suppurative peric…
possible complications IE
Roth's spots
round white spots on retina surrounded by hemorrhage (symptom…
100 terms
First Aid Images 1
Chronic Pancreatitis ... Head punctate ca…
Type 2 diabetes pancreas islet amyloid
Glucagonoma necrolytic migratory eryth…
Type 1 diabetes insulitis
Chronic Pancreatitis ... Head punctate ca…
Type 2 diabetes pancreas islet amyloid
11 terms
First Aid Trauma 1
Abrasion
Amputation
Avulsion
Bandage
An injury in which a portion of the skin is removed by rubbin…
An injury in which a body part is completely removed.
An injury that leaves a piece of skin or other tissue either…
A material used to cover a dressing to keep it in place on th…
Abrasion
An injury in which a portion of the skin is removed by rubbin…
Amputation
An injury in which a body part is completely removed.
First Aid-Biochemistry1
Functional groups of the nucleosides (…
Histones (which two amino acids are th…
How does a cell differentiate between…
histone methylation vs acetylation
Guanine has a ketone. Thymine has a methyl.
lysine and arginine; h1
Cytosine and Adenosine are methylated [you use a CAMera to ph…
mutes DNA, activates DNA
Functional groups of the nucleosides (…
Guanine has a ketone. Thymine has a methyl.
Histones (which two amino acids are th…
lysine and arginine; h1
First Aid Final Lessons 1-5
It is important for the first aider to…
Smooth muscle tissue is voluntary and…
In the supine position, the victim is…
The first priority in treating a chemi…
True
False
False
irrigate the eye with clean water
It is important for the first aider to…
True
Smooth muscle tissue is voluntary and…
False
32 terms
Health First Aid 1
Closed wounds
How to care for closed wound
Open wound
4 types of open wounds
Force of the blow to the body damages the soft tissue layers…
fill plastic bag with ice and apply to area of closed wound
Skins surface is broken and blood may come through the tear i…
Abrasions... Lacerations... Avulsions - part or all of the tissue f…
Closed wounds
Force of the blow to the body damages the soft tissue layers…
How to care for closed wound
fill plastic bag with ice and apply to area of closed wound
412 terms
First Aid Step 1
what happens in fibrinoid necrosis?
example of nonenzymatic fat necrosis
what protein is responsible for diaped…
growth factor that stimulates cell gro…
fibrin and immune complexes deposit in vessels
traumatic breast fat necrosis. CELLS RELEASE LIPASE
PECAM1 (CD31)
EGF
what happens in fibrinoid necrosis?
fibrin and immune complexes deposit in vessels
example of nonenzymatic fat necrosis
traumatic breast fat necrosis. CELLS RELEASE LIPASE
First Aid & CPR 1
Call for help immediately... Bring help t…
Airway... Breathing... Circulation
Determining number of injured & nature…
potential toxic vapors, gases in the a…
Four basic rules when dealing with emergencies.
ABC stands for?
When evaluating a scene you should focus on which of the foll…
When assessing an accident scene for safety prior to renderin…
Call for help immediately... Bring help t…
Four basic rules when dealing with emergencies.
Airway... Breathing... Circulation
ABC stands for?
17 terms
Lesson 1 First Aid Basics
First Aid
Good Samaritan laws
Universal sign of choking
Heimlich maneuver
Immediate emergency care given to a sick or injured person be…
Laws that protect people who help other in emergencies
A sign made by grabbing the throat with the hand or hands to…
A way of giving firm upward thrusts below a person's rib cage…
First Aid
Immediate emergency care given to a sick or injured person be…
Good Samaritan laws
Laws that protect people who help other in emergencies
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