Category: First aid blog

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First Aid for a Broken Bone

Broken bones, or fractures, are common injuries amongst children and adults. A fracture occurs when excessive force is applied to a bone resulting in a break. Let’s look at the main types of fracture...

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What to Keep in a First Aid Kit

Many injuries and sudden illnesses can be cared for without medical attention. For these or for situations requiring medical attention later, it is a good idea to have useful first aid supplies on hand...

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First Aid for an Angina Attack

Chest pain called angina pectoris can result from coronary heart disease just as a heart attack does. Angina happens when the heart muscle does not get as much blood as it needs (which means...

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What is Triage in First Aid?

You may encounter emergency situations with two or more victims. This is often the case in multiple car accidents or disasters. After making a quick scene survey, it is necessary to decide who is...

What Is Nursemaid’s Elbow? 1

What Is Nursemaid’s Elbow?

If you have children then your top priority is to take care of them. Of course, this entails knowing problems that may occur in children and doing your research so you can aid them...

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Can First Aid Training Be Done Online?

All of us want convenience in our lives in every aspect. This is why many courses have now been introduced online so people can experience this convenience. Juggling many responsibilities can leave less time...

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When to Wash Your Hands in First Aid

Effective and frequent hand washing is the single most important means of preventing the spread of infection. First aiders must be aware of the proper hand hygiene protocols and when to wash their hands....