Red cross first aid:


Red cross is an American organization that cares for the sick and wounded in war, and that relieves suffering caused by floods, fire, disease, and other natural calamities, it also serves as a liaison between members of the Armed Forces and their families, and assists in furnishing relief to Prisoners of War, main symbol, Red Cross on a white field. The American national Red Cross has a commitment of keeping the people safe in everyplace. It therefore pays immense amount of importance to first aid and first aid training. They want to help people learn not only how to cope with emergencies and accidents, but also prevent accidents when ever possible. There are a variety of programs designed for individuals to learn first aid.

Basics of first aid:

First aid training can be done by anyone as it is simple and takes merely a few days to master the art of using a first aid kit. Now the course provided by the Red Cross first aid is designed in order to deal Bleeding and shock; Unconsciousness; Fractures; Burns and poisoning; Revision; Red Cross presentation; and Removal from further danger. The course has been specially designed especially for schools, parents and community organizations, Community First Aid and Safety combines adult, child and infant CPR and first aid training.

Red cross first aid course:

As already mentioned before the Red Cross first aid course is designed with a view to minimize the damage that can be done by accidents. There are some more things that were kept in mind while designing the course. It will help the individual to:
1 Become familiar with breathing and cardiac emergencies in infants, children and adults
2 Become familiar with sudden illnesses, including poisonings and heat and cold emergencies.
3 Overall understand emergencies and react properly.

One the person has completed the course get a first aid certificate.

Other places that require first aid emergency are workplace. The Red Cross first aid training program has most importantly taken care of this problem. Also the course is open for those who have a personal interest in learning lifesaving skills, but have no job-related need or requirement, are often parents of young children and teen babysitters.

First aid for burns:
Burns are caused by dry heat, acidic substances and friction. Burns can also be produced by extreme cold, and by heat, including the sun's rays. Burns may be linked to, or a result of, a more life-threatening condition. Fire may start accidentally...

First aid for dog bite:
Dog bites sometimes it could be very serious. If the animal is suffering from rabies it is possibilities of being transmitted to the person bitten. If the dog that bites a person should not be killed. It should be kept under observation for a...

First aid tip
medical assistance. It is this time that is most critical for the victim. What you do, or don't do during that period of time can make the difference between life and death. The following are tips for this particular period. Tip when no medication...

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