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  1. is an injury that has scraped away the outermost layer skin
  2. is an air borne pathogen and a patient who suffers from it may show signs and symptoms that include fever, night sweats, weight loss, and coughing up blood
  3. if the baby's head is crowning the delivery is imminent.
  4. Open Fracture
  5. touching a person body or clothes without getting his/her consent.
  6. Occurs when a patient breaths the poison into their body and results in breathing difficulties, chest pain and cyanosis,
  7. is when a poison enters the body through a small opening in the skin.
  8. Insulin shock
  9. Ceratoid Pulse point
  10. stimulate a baby's breathing if they are not breathing after delivery.
  11. removes carbon dioxide from the body.
  12. give consent prior to providing care for a child with minor injury.
  13. only if the patient is in immediate danger should you perform an emergency move on someone who is injury
  14. is where a piece of skin has been pulled or peeled away from the body
  15. Skeletal System
  16. means that you fail to properly ensure that the patient is handed off to a higher level of care. You must ensure they are properly handed of to EMS
  17. delivers oxygen and nutrients to the body's cell and also removes waste products
  18. yellow skin tone.
  19. place it in a plastic bag and keep it cool do not pack it in ice
  20. trachea
  21. seizure in children
  22. is an open wound in the soft tissue
  23. adequate breathing
  24. constant pressure and circulation.
  25. if they do not respond to verbal stimuli, but responds to something painful ( sternum rub or pinched earlobe).
  26. being flush (red in color)
  27. present during childbirth and the 1st Aid provider should use body Substance isolation and Personal Protective Equipment.
  28. Shock Position, their feet should be elevated 8-12 inches
  29. Hypothermia
  30. if they verbally respond to questions, but appears disoriented or they only respond to loud noises
  31. 12-20 breaths per minute.
  32. first with an arm or leg during childbirth.
  33. the inner portion of the injured eye to the outer portion to flush a chemical from patient's injured eye.
  34. Carotid
    femoral
    Brachial
    Radial
  35. means while on duty, 1st Aid Provider must provide care to a patient who needs it and provides consent.
  36. protects 1st Aid Provider from liability for medical care performed in good faith.
  37. Diabetic Coma
  38. since it may be evidence, is one of the steps a 1st Aid Provider must take regarding a potential crime scene.
  39. High body temperature
  40. 1st Direct pressure
    2nd Elevation
    3rd Pressure point
  41. a dry, powdery chemical, you should brush off the dry substance before irrigating.
  42. the 1st Aid provider should tear the sac open and push it away from the baby's nose and mouth
  43. is clearly and unmistakably stated and may consist oral consent, a nod, or affirming gesture.
  44. is something you can see
  45. if the don't respond to any type of stimulus ( verbal or painful).
  46. Bio Hazard Bag that a 1st Aid Provider deposits all biomedical or biohazardous materials and it should be marked with the international Biohazard symbol.
  47. regulates the body by secreting hormones.
  48. Signs and symptoms
    Allergies
    Medications
    Past History
    Last Oral Intake
    Events
  49. Open Injury
  50. is one of the most common sexually transmitted diseases.
  51. sling, would be the appropriate way to immobilized the injury.
  52. to not allow the victim to bathe or wash.
  53. is covering for a wound and is applied directly to the wound
  54. Open Fracture
  55. is a barrier for bacteria and other harmful substances / organism, serves as a communication organ, and a protective covering for the inside of the body.
  56. is a disease in which the body toes not product or properly use insulin
  57. to maintain your own composure
  58. also your contractual or legal obligation to provide care.
  59. Closed Injury
  60. hot and dry skin, altered mental state, and a headache
  61. Muscular System
  62. first and most important priority.
  63. is when a poison enters the body through the skin
  64. is responsible for ingesting nutrients
  65. is to allow them to grieve
  66. Low body temperature
  67. ( also known as bruising) is closed injury that is discolored and painful at the injury site.
  68. impaled object
  69. is something the patient feels.
  70. Hepatitis B (HBV) is transmitted outside of a occupational setting.
  71. is the part of the upper airway that keeps food and other foreign objects from entering the windpipe
  72. is the process during a Multiple casualty incident where patients are sorted and classified by priority.
  73. patch/cover both eyes
  74. is a closed injury that is clearly visible as swollen lump and is discolored.
  75. is a large muscle which belongs to the respiratory system.
  76. you should check for entrances and exits wounds
  77. Mechanism of Injury
  78. is made up of the brain and spinal cord.
  79. is described as bright red blood that spurs from the wound
  80. identify yourself and let them know you are there to help them.
  81. does not touch a wound and can create pressure to help control bleeding
  82. can be defined as a condition that results from the insufficient delivery of oxygenated blood to the body and, if left untreated, can result in cell and organ failure or death
  83. scrape it away with the edge of a plastic card.
  84. Multiple Casualty Incident
  85. is the blue color of the skin exhibited by a patient who has poor perfusion.
  86. if they can respond correctly and spontaneously to simple questions
  87. fecal and oral contamination.
  88. the next step to try and control bleeding is to apply pressure point technique to the artery supply bleed.
  89. clear the area around them to prevent injury
  90. shock
  91. count the number of times they breathe over the course of the 30 seconds and multiply that number by two.
  92. top of the baby's head during delivery will prevent and explosive Delivery
  93. Thermal Burn
  94. applies to unresponsive patient.
  95. is a penetrating injury, such as stepping on a nail
  96. a priority
  97. 1st Aid Provider should use a one way valve mask
  98. is dark red blood that oozes and is very superficial.
  99. keeping a neat, clean, and professional appearance.
  100. is when a poison enters the body through the mouth
  101. (Circulation, Airway, Breathing) are part of the Initial Assessment.
  102. is described as dark red blood that steadily flows from the wound