1. Global List of Red Cross
The International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement is the world's largest group of humanitarian non-governmental organizations. Free download to find your local Red Cross for first aid training.
2. Do you know Types of Wounds?
1) Non-penetrating wounds 2) Penetrating wounds 3) Miscellaneous wounds
Bonus Tip: For all of the medical components which for wounds care must be sterilized, the most common sterilization methods: EO sterilized & rays sterilized.
3.Do you know anything need to focus on work first aid? check it out here: SJ WORKS FIRST AID CHECKING LIST AT WORK.
4. Be a hero and save lives
First aid is for everyone and everywhere.
5. Roadmap of first aid at home.
6. What's first aid?
First aid is: help given to a person who has been hurt or is suddenly taken ill. First aid is the steps you can take before a person gets expert medical help. First aid can sometimes save a person’s life, but more often it is help given in an everyday accident or illness.
7.How many types of first aid?
How many types of first aid you know? maybe you never think about this question, burns? heart attack? stroke? and .....well ... Here we come, check out the link to download free PDF information to help you during a medical emergency. Understood different types and do some practice for regular training.
8. Burns-First Aid
Today, we're going to learn how to treat the minor burns and major burns? and get to know about burn categories: 1st- degree burn, 2st-degree burn and 3st-degree burn.
9. Child Choking-First Aid
Choking occurs when a foreign object becomes lodged in the throat or windpipe, blocking the flow of air. Young children often swallow small objects. Because choking cuts off oxygen to the brain, administer first aid as quickly as possible.
10. Stroke--First aid
11. Cuts and Scrapes: First aid
Minor cuts and scrapes usually don't require a trip to the emergency room. These guidelines can help you care for wounds with first aid kit you prepare at your sweet home.
12. Dislocation : First aid
A dislocation is an injury in which the ends of your bones are forced from their normal positions. The cause is usually trauma resulting from a fall, an auto accident, or a collision during contact or high-speed sports.
13. Fainting: First aid
Fainting occurs when the blood supply to your brain is momentarily inadequate, causing you to lose consciousness. Let's learn Fainting first aid today, for you and for other people in your team.
14. Foreign object in the skin: First Aid
15.Frostbite- First Aid
When exposed to very cold temperatures, skin and underlying tissues may freeze, resulting in frostbite. The areas most likely to be affected by frostbite are your fingers toes, nose, ears, cheeks and chin.You can treat very mild frostbite with first-aid measures. All other frostbite requires medical attention.
16. Head pain- First aid
Most headaches are minor, and you can treat them with a pain reliever. Some head pain, however, signals a dangerous or serious medical problem. Don't ignore unexplained head pain or head pain that steadily worsens. Get immediate medical attention if your head pain.
17. Head trauma: First aid
Most head trauma involves injuries that are minor and don't require specialized attention or hospitalization. However, even minor injuries may cause persistent chronic symptoms, such as headache or difficulty concentrating, and you may need to take some time away from many normal activities to get enough rest to ensure complete recovery.
Call your local emergency, if any of symptoms are apparent, because they may indicate a more serious head injury.
18.Heart attack First aid
19.Insect bites and stings First aid
Most reactions to insect bites and stings are mild, causing little more than redness,
itching, stinging or minor swelling. Let's learn Insect bites and sting First aid.
20.Motion sickness- First aid
Any type of transportation can cause motion sickness: by ship,by plane, by train and by other automobile. check it out how to handle with motion sickness first aid for you and for your family.
21.Nosebleeds- First aid
Nosebleeds are common. Most often they are a nuisance and not a true medical problem. But they can be both.
22 .Poisoning - First aid
23. Puncture wounds: First aid
A puncture wound doesn't usually cause excessive bleeding. Often the wound seems to close almost instantly. But this doesn't mean treatment isn't necessary.
24.Severe bleeding: First aid
25.Shock First aid