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This free course will help you learn the Basic Skills for First Aid and how to deal with emergency situations and injuries that need urgent disposal
In daily basis, we are exposed to many emergency situations and injuries that need urgent and rapid disposal until the arrival of the medical staff or the transfer of the injured to the hospital.
Show serious problem in the case of not knowing how to behave properly with the injury, or when someone volunteers to provide assistance incorrectly could lead to further injury or bad situation … or, God forbid … death.
Hence, the role and importance of learning first aid and how to properly deal with emergency situations and skills comes with two main goals:
• preserve the lives of the injured.
• prevent complications.
The Basic Skills for First Aid of the most important skills that everyone should know, regardless of the educational and cultural level or even age group.
What you’ll learn
- Understand the emergency situations and accidents of various kinds, and the possibility of intervention to help or not.
- To act in emergency situations and accidents of various kinds, “cardiac arrest and breathing – suffocation or Algsh – disorder or change the degree of awareness – to deal with cases of burns, fractures and wounds and bleeding – to act in the case of snakes, insects, or animal bites bites … and other injuries.
- Readiness and preparedness for emergencies.
- Non-intervention in case of emergency in the event of the unavailability of information or the ability.
The importance of first aid
Saving people’s lives and removing the risk of death from them, especially in very emergency cases that require rapid and urgent intervention to save the life of the injured person.
Preventing the occurrence of any serious complications for the patient and removing the harm from him as much as possible until he reaches the hospital to receive appropriate treatment.
Providing psychological and moral support to the injured and encouraging them to bear the pain until the arrival of specialized rescue teams or until the injured arrive at the hospital, which contributes to reassuring the injured person.
Assisting specialized medical teams in evaluating the condition of the injured, knowing the type of treatment they need, or knowing the type of disease that afflicted them, and knowing the special circumstances surrounding them, such as if they suffer from chronic diseases, for example.
Preventing the exacerbation of symptoms affecting the patient and stopping their development, such as cases of bleeding or severe fractures such as spinal fractures, or the patient entering a coma as a result of hypoglycemia, for example.