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First Aid: Emergency Medical Treatments Document List

This page contains the full list of articles and documents from the Disabled World First Aid category. Though some documents may have since been updated, or revised, they are still listed by their original publish date, with the most recent documents first.

First Aid: Emergency Medical Treatments Publications

2018-06-12 : Child Swallowed Button Battery? Honey May Reduce Injury : Study finds drinking honey or Carafate®, a cherry flavored duodenal ulcer prescription, may help reduce esophageal damage from button batteries swallowed by kids.

2018-03-28 : Quake Kare's ER™ Blood Stopper Kit Stops Severe Bleeding from Penetrating Wounds : March 31 is National Stop the Bleed Day – help save a life - Quake Kare ER Blood Stopper Kit stops severe bleeding from penetrating wounds.

2015-10-16 : Updated First Aid Guidelines : The American Red Cross and American Heart Association announced changes to guidelines for administering first aid.

2015-02-15 : Burns: Information and First Aid Treatment : Causes and types of burns including first aid treatment for a burn.

2014-01-13 : Wound Care Basics: Bandages and Skin Moisture : Information regarding proper skin care by dressing and caring for wounds to help prevent infection.

2013-11-03 : Hypothermia: Symptoms, Treatment & Prevention : Information regarding Hypothermia a dangerous condition marked by an unusually low internal body temperature.

2011-10-13 : Mental Health First Aid - Helping Others : Mental Health First Aid is a program helping the public to identify understand and respond to signs of mental illnesses and substance abuse disorders.

2011-05-02 : CPR Successful on Man with No Pulse for 96 Minutes : Even though he was given continuous CPR and a series of shocks with a defibrillator the man was without a pulse for 96 minutes.

2010-10-18 : A New Order for CPR, Spelled C-A-B : Recommending that chest compressions be the first step for lay and professional rescuers to revive victims of sudden cardiac arrest.

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