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February 26, 2020 - Lethbridge Sun Times/Shopper - page 53 SUN TIMES/SHOPPER First aid principles everyone should know


It pays to be prepared in event of emergencies


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mergencies can strike at any time. When such situations arise, emergency care often must administered to someone


who is sick or injured, and that care can mean the difference between life and death. Being prepared for emergencies


means understanding basic first aid procedures that can help a person navigate a crisis — or at least stabilize the situation until paramedics arrive. The following are some first aid principles that individuals should know and practice, courtesy of the American Heart Association, American Red Cross and CPR Certified Indigo Medical Training. They should not replace formal first aid training, but can assist a person when he or she is providing medical care to someone in need.


Bleeding Bleeding can almost always be


controlled until more help is available. Severe bleeding can lead to shock and death, so bleeding needs to be addressed immediately. Cloth should be used to cover the wound, and direct pressure should be applied to stop the blood flow. Do not remove the cloth; add more layers as needed. Tourniquets may do more damage to a limb than good, so they are


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Learning CPR and other first aid skills is important because one never knows when an emergency will strike.


generally no longer recommended. Nosebleeds can be treated by pinching the nostrils for a few minutes until the bleeding stops. Wounds to the head and mouth tend to bleed a lot even if they are superficial. So keep a level head when addressing these areas.


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