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First Aid Emergency Scenarios Scenario 1 Conscious Person Difficulty Breathing iCheck the Scene to figure out what happened and so you dont become a victim iiIdentify yourself as a person trained in first aid Remember to speak calmly and confidently iiiGet permission to provide care Tell them your name level of training and how youre going to help them ivInterview the person 1Ask- aHis or her name bWhat Happened cDo you feel pain anywhere dDo you have any allergies eDo you have any medical conditions or are you taking any medication 2After finding out that the person has difficulty breathing you must send someone to Call 9-1-1 vCheck Head to toe Ask before doing so Remember do not ask the person to move any area where they may feel discomfort 1Check the head 2Check the skin appearance and temperature Ask yourself- aColdhot bUnusually wet of dry cPale bluish or flushed 3Check the neck 4Check their shoulders Ask person to shrug shoulders 5Check the chest and abdomen Ask- aPerson to take a deep breathe bIf it hurts when breathing 6 Check the arms Ask person to aMove hands and fingers bBend arms 7 Check the hips and legs Ask person to aMove toes foot and ankle bBend leg 8 Care for the conditions you find and until EMS personnel arrive Scenario 2 Unconscious Person Breathing viCheck the scene to figure out what happened and so you dont become a victim too 1Check for consciousness aTap and gently shake person bShout Are you okay 2Check for signs of circulation and breathing aLocate Adams apple bSlide your fingers down into groove of neck on side closest to you cCheck for signs of circulation no more than ten seconds When checking pulse listen feel and look for breathing look at
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