|Title:||Ada gives first aid : a riotous comedy of modern times in one Act|
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|Publisher:||Samuel French Inc. (1970)|
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First aid is the help that you give someone quickly after they have hurt themselves or have had an accident. It can stop a person from becoming more ill. In some cases, it can even save a person’s life. Only someone who knows first aid well should try to treat an injured or sick person. Usually, you give first aid until a doctor or an ambulance arrives. Never try to give someone first aid unless you know what to do. The wrong actions can do more harm than good. The first step is to find out what kind of poison the person has swallowed. Call a doctor or a poison control centre immediately and follow the instructions that you are given carefully. If a person has inhaled a poison like carbon monoxide or chlorine gas move him or her to fresh air at once.
Here are a few first aid skills that everyone should know. Stopping heavy bleeding. If someone is bleeding heavily, they will not be able to form a clot-and they could bleed out. You can stop the bleeding by putting pressure on the wound-ideally with a sterile cloth, although you can also use ripped pieces of T-shirt or anything else you have on hand. Raising the wounded limb over the heart will also help to slow down heavy bleeding. First, ask the victim if they are choking; in an emergency situation, the person will usually not be able to talk. Stand behind the victim, wrap your arms around them, place a fist between the person’s ribcage and belly button, and place your other hand over the fist. Deliver a quick thrust upward, and keep doing this until the foreign object is dislodged.
First aid is promptly helping people who are suddenly sick (illnesses) or hurt (injuries or body damage). For example, first aid is used at accidents to help an injured person until they receive medical treatment (help by doctors, nurses or ambulances). First aid is also used to help people who suddenly become sick, until help arrives or they can be taken to medical care.
Learning the vocabulary for a first aid kit and injuries using pictures. Also questions you or they can ask when talking about injuries. It is a kit that consist of a set of bandages and medicines for giving first aid to someone with an injury. Vocabulary used in the picture. painkillers, ointment, safety pin, adhesive bandage, antiseptic, antiseptic wipe, tweezers, scissors, bandage, splint, dressing, resuscitation, gauze. What to say if someone is injured.
The first step you can take towards emergency preparedness is education. Take time to learn about the most common emergency situations that could affect you and your loved ones. Consider, too, which extra risk factors may particularly affect you and your family. First Aid. In many emergency cases, the best thing you can do is to stay calm and collected. Heightened emotions tend to hamper your critical thinking skills and your ability to think quickly. In addition to staying "cool under pressure", several concrete skills can make the difference in life-and-death situations. For example, any adult and even older children should be able to apply pressure to a wound, administer CPR, check for signs of obstructed breathing and perform a few other basic measures.
Health care and sporting life. Формирование знаний учащихся по теме Первая медицинская помощь. 1) Обеспечить в ходе урока усвоение учащимися новой лексики. 2) Содействовать формированию познавательного интереса. 3)Развивать навыки чтения и говорения. Reassure, artificial respiration, fracture, a current, worth doing, temporary, to join, discourage, tighten, a victim, to clamp, nostril, to provoke, a vomit. Do you think the woman is a doctor? Have you ever used first aid to help someone? Ex. 2 p. 56 Read the situations. What would you do in these situations? Ex. 3 p. 57 Study the new words and write them down into your vocabularies. Answer the questions: 1. Why is a little knowledge of first aid a dangerous thing?
First aid is the first and immediate assistance given to any person suffering a serious illness or injury, with care provided to preserve life, prevent the condition from worsening, or to promote recovery
The first step in any emergency is the recognition of the problem and providing help. Common items found in a first aid kit are: Bandages, roller bandages and tape.