Goals and Legal Implications
Potpourri
Treatment (Must demo)
Primary Assessment
Secondary Assessment
100

EMS stands for

Emergency Medical Service

100

A large fire stands between you and your victim

Call 911, do not go into the fire

100

Hyperventilation

primary- pursed lip breathing(any measured breathing technique)

100

ABC

Airway Breathing Circulation

100

2 checks for unconscious person

Wet check, head to toe check

200

The law in Ontario that protects First Aiders

Good Samaritan Law

• protects first aiders when they act voluntarily out of scope of employment and providing first aid to the best of their trained ability


200

the 3 Ps of First Aid stand for

Preserve

Prevent

Promote

200

Asthma

Primary-ask if they have a puffer-assist them in selfadministration or coach breathing


200

LOC

Level of consiousness

200

Vital signs that are recorded while waiting for EMS

breaths/min, Pulse, Pupils, Skin colour temp, LOC

300

An unattended unconscious child

can be treated- Implied consent

300

5  questions to disclose to EMS

Number of victims

Victims(s) age, gender, condition

Location to meet EMS

300

CPR breaths and compressions for adult

30:2

land mark armpits and down or between nipples

rigid arms and palm on chest. depth of 1/3rd of the chest

use of pocket mask

300

4 Hs stand for

Hazards

History

Help

Hello

300

During head to toe exam the order is as follows-

Head-Torso-ABCs-Arm-ABCs-Arm-ABCs -Leg-ABCs-Leg-ABCs 

400

Adults refuses treatment, then falls unconscious

Can be treated as it is implied consent as you do not know if they would have changed their mind on consent.

400

4 things an untrained bystander can assist with

History

Activate EMS

Wait for EMS

Obtain supplies(AED, FA kit)

400

CPR on Infant

puffs instead, fingers instead of palm, pocket mask rotated

400

Mechanism of injury

Events leading up to injury

400

A condition that is always treated for no matter the Victim type

Shock

Bonus 100 if you know the acronym

500

4 reasons you may stop treatment

-Someone more qualified takes over (EMS, medical prof.)

-You become too exhausted to continue

-You are at personal risk

-Consent is retracted

500

List all Barrier devices applicable to FA

Mask, Face shield, Gloves, Gown, pocket mask, BVM, Manual suction  (bonus 50pts for unlisted ones)

500
You find an unconscious breathing adult. Run through you response
500

Primary Assessment Order

Hazards-History-Help-Hello-Airway-Breathing-Circulation-Deadly bleed

500

SAMPLE (Acronym)

Signs and Symptoms- Allergies-Medications-Previous Medical conditions-Last meal-Events prior

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