Military first aid


during providing first aid for military purposes are opening the airway and restore breathing, stop the bleeding, Dress and bandage the wounds to prevent infection and Prevent shock. Stopping the bleeding is also one of the important steps that should be taken. It is done by applying a field dressing and manual pressure then elevating the injured limb and again applying a pressure and a tourniquet. Military first aid kits are used in all these cases and also for all other various reasons. There are other injuries and accidents for which first aid kit is used. Some of them are shock prevention and cold weather protection.
Military first aid kit
The Contents of a military first aid kit should be: First Aid Guide, Cohesive Gauze, Sterile Gauze Pads, Butterfly closures, Fabric Bandages, Povidine - Iodine Prep Pads, Antiseptic Towlettes, Needle, Moleskin, Mini Strips, Combine Dressing, Triangular Bandage and Roll Tape. The first aid guide is the most important content in any given first aid kit. It provides information about various accidents, situations and procedure of how to use the kit. It should cover a broad range of topics in precise in easy-to-understand language. The Army points out, most of the time soldiers have to rely on their own skills and knowledge to survive as Medical personnel are not always available in the field. The First Aid Manual for Soldiers addresses the skills and knowledge necessary for many life-threatening situations along with emphasis on treating oneself and aiding others. The manual also emphasizes prompt and effective action in sustaining life and preventing or minimizing further suffering.
Precautions and Measures
The contents of the standardized first aid kit should be rescue and transportation procedures, general health maintenance, and decontamination procedures. It should have clear language, concise diagrams, and field-tested organization, the First Aid Manual for Soldiers should be on every fieldsman's shelf. There should be some simple precautions taken during providing first aid like casualty should not be given to eat or drink. Also, morphine should not be given to a person with a severe head injury.

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