evacuating the scene

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When responding to an emergency, you should:
follow appropriate procedures

Click on the boxes to indicate the sequence of steps you should take upon arriving at the scene of an accident:
First:
Second:
Third:
Fourth:
1. Check the scene for hazardous
2. Check the status of the victim(s), whether conscious or unconscious
3. Call EMS with information about the accident
4. Administer first aid

Place a check next to the pertinent information about an accident that will need to be given to an EMS dispatcher
your name, how the victims are being helped, who is in involved in the emergency, how you feel, what happened, and where the emergency is located

Which of the following injuries is the most severe?
breathlessness

What should you do if a person is unconscious and not breathing?
Begin chest compressions

What should you do if a person is choking, but is still able to speak or breathe?
Perform the Heimlich Maneuver

What should you do if a person is choking, but is not able to speak, breathe, or cough?
Give five back blows and five abdominal thrusts

The cessation of the pumping of the heart
Cardiac arrest

The death of part of the heart muscle
Heart attack

A sudden and temporary lack of blood flow to the brain caused by a blood clot or blockage in an artery
Stroke

Slurred speech, confusion, and numbness
Stroke symptoms

Nausea, persistent chest pain, and irregular pulse rate
Heart attack system

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