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Our nationally recognized certificates are signed by authorized board certified U.S. medical doctors.
- First Aid Course
- Wounds, Abrasions & Bleeding
- Road Accident
- Smoke & Fumes
- Electrical Injuries
- Anaphylactic Shock
- Heart Attack
- Strains & Sprains
- Spinal Injury
- Burn: Electrical & Chemical
- Insect bites & stings
- Take Exam
- Clean the wound or abrasion with clean running tap water for at least 5 minutes or until the wound is totally clean (no dirt or other matter on the wound).If tap water is not available use bottled (non-carbonated) drinking water.
- To stop the bleeding, apply firm steady pressure directly on the wound until bleeding stops.
- If gauze, cloth or sanitary pads are available, place one directly over the bleeding area and apply steady pressure. Continue until bleeding stops.
- If bleeding continues, do not remove the gauze; add more gauze on top and apply more pressure.
- As the gauze, cloth or sanitary pads become soaked replace with dry ones if available.
- Once the bleeding has stopped, apply an elastic bandage over the dry gauze, cloth or sanitary pad
- Apply triple antibiotic ointment on abrasions (scrapes) to prevent infections.
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