Archive for CPR and First Aid

Drowning!!!

Summer is here and with that comes fun in the sun. If you have a pool in your back yard or if you are going to be in a pool or lake or river, you need to be prepared in case something happens. Drowning– Death that occurs as a result of liquid suffocation. The water […]

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Emergency Response!!!

Emergency Response for the ADULT, CHILD and INFANT Can you save a life? In an emergency, when every second is critical, would you know what to do? According to recent statistics, sudden cardiac arrest is rapidly becoming the leading cause of death in America. Once the heart ceases to function, a healthy human brain may […]

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Heat and Cold Emergencies

HEAT EMERGENCIES Heat related emergencies are progressive conditions caused by overexposure to heat. Most incidents can be reversed but if left untreated, can escalate to a life-threatening condition. Heat emergencies are placed into 3 progressive categories: Heat cramps are muscle spasms that result from loss of large amount of salt and water through exercise. Heat […]

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The Steps of CPR for Infants

The steps of CPR for infants Make sure the scene is safe. Tap the victim firmly and shout loudly. If no response or no normal response, yell for help. If help comes, send them to call 911 If no help comes pick the infant up and take them to the phone While on the phone […]

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The Steps of Child CPR!

The Steps of Child CPR i. Make sure the scene is safe. ii. Tap the victim firmly and shout loudly. iii. If no response or no normal response, yell for help. a. If help comes, send them to call 911 b. If no help comes stay with the child and scan for signs of breathing. […]

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Adult CPR Steps

Steps of Adult CPR This is the basic steps of CPR for and Adult. Follow these steps to help save a life. i. Make sure the scene is safe. If it is not safe, leave the scene and call 911. ii. Tap the victim firmly and shout loudly looking for a response. iii. If no […]

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Internal Bleeding

Internal Bleeding Blood is meant to be circulated by the heart through blood vessels to supply the body’s organs with oxygen and nutrients. These blood vessels include arteries, veins, and capillaries. When the integrity of the blood vessel wall is damaged, there is a clotting mechanism in place to repair the damage and minimize the […]

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How to treat a poisonous Spider bite!

How to treat a poisonous Spider bite! In yesterdays post we discused the 3 different types of poisonous Spiders. Today we will look at the basic care of a poisonous spider bite. If you do get bit by a poisonous spider the first thing to do is stay calm. Most bites are not immediately life-threatening. […]

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The Good Samaritan Law — California Health and Safety Code Section 1799.102

1799.102. (a) No person who in good faith, and not for compensation, renders emergency medical or nonmedical care at the scene of an emergency shall be liable for any civil damages resulting from any act or omission. The scene of an emergency shall not include emergency departments and other places where medical care is usually […]

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Man found unconscious in street near Balboa Park later dies

Atleast they tried. It gave him a chance to survive. If you would like to learn CPR give us a call to set up a class. www.cprnmore.com   SAN DIEGO — A man found unconscious in the street at the intersection of University Avenue and Vermont Street near Balboa Park died a short time later […]

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