BANDAGE
SHOCK
ACRONYMS
BURNS
HOT OR COLD
BONES
INJURIES
SUDDEN ILLNESS
KNOW IT ALL
100

The method used to control bleeding.

Direct Pressure

100

What the skin looks like.

Cool, Clammy, and Pale

100

D.O.T.S

Deformity

Open wounds

Tenderness

Swelling

100

If the patient has multiple levels of burn, this is the level are you going to treat

The most severe

100

Numbness, fatigue, irritability, slurred speech, uncontrollable shivering, poor judgement. 

Hypothermia 

100

Used when you suspect a head, neck, or back injury.

Stabilize the head and neck

100

Something is embedded in the eye.

Package around it. 

100
A brief loss of consciousness

Fainting

100

Jewelry used to communicate medical information

Medical Alert Bracelet or Necklace

200

A serious illness that can sometimes result when bacteria is introduced through cuts, abrasions, and other breaks in the skin. 

Tetanus

200

This is when you should treat for shock.

Every accident

200

R.I.C.E.

Rest

Ice

Compression

Elevation

200

The most important first aid for a chemical burn

Dilution 

200

The skin is exposed to temperatures cold enough that ice crystals begin to form in the tissues. 

Frostbite 

200

Do this if the splint is too big

Pad it. 

200

Tissue or tooth that has been torn off 

Place in cool water

200

Abnormal electrical activity in the brain.

Seizures

200

Be Prepared

Boy Scout Motto

300

This comes after the bleeding is controlled.

Bandages

300

How high you should raise the injured person's feet.

12 inches

300

C.P.R.

Cardio

Pulmonary

Resuscitation

300

The most common type of burn

Sunburn

300

The body's cooling system begins to fail and core temperatures rise above 105 degrees.

Heatstroke

300

An open wound occuring from broken bones.

Open or Compound fracture

300

gloves and eye protection

Universal Precautions 

300

High blood sugar and rarely causes death.

Hyperglycemia

300

Type of bandage is used most often for a figure 8 ankle wrap?

Cravat

400

Treatment for minor wounds with little to no bleeding.

Wash it

400

Should you keep the patient warm or cold?

Warm 

400

A.E.D.

Automated 

External

Defibrillator


400

The medical classification for identifying burn thickness 

Superficial

Partial-Thickness

Full-Thickness

400

Without enough fluids, it can happen in both hot weather as well as cold weather.

Dehydration 

400

This will help decrease swelling

~ cold applications 

~ elevate the injury

400

Position a patient with a nosebleed

Pinch nose and lean forward

400

An artery to the brain bursts or is blocked by a clot.

Stroke

400

Hurry Cases

Not Breathing

No Heartbeat

Severe Bleeding

Ingested poison 

Stroke

500

Sucking chest wound

Non porous dressing, plastic, tin foil

500

The position you should place an unconscious patient in.

Recovery Position

500

F.A.S.T.

Face

Arm

Speech

Time

500

Skin looks leathery and white and is hard to the touch.

Full-thickness electrical burn.

500

Can be brought on by a combination of dehydration and a warm environment.

Heat Exhaustion 

500

A Broken bone that does not cut through the skin.

Closed or Simple Fracture

500

The tender area where a blister starts to form

Hot Spot

500

A life-threatening condition that causes death or damage to the heart muscle

Heart Attack

500

The assignment of degrees of urgency to wounds or illnesses to decide the order of treatment

Triage


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