Get yourself trained to deal with emergency situations RM99 per module
- Started May 28Started May 28
- 99 Malaysian ringgitsMYR 99
- Klinik G&P
What is First Aid? When a person is injured or ill, first aid refers to the emergency or immediate care you should provide until complete medical treatment is available. For minor injuries, basic first aid may be sufficient. If the situation is serious, first aid care should be continued until more advanced treatment is available. Why Learn First Aid? Helps to save lives When an emergency occurs, a trained individual is more dependable, confident, and in command of themselves. People who have been trained are more likely to react quickly in an emergency. It allows the rescuer to provide the victim comfort A competent first responder can provide quick relief to the patient. By being calm and analysing the situation, the patient can relax while their injuries are being treated and stabilised until emergency services come It gives you tools to prevent the situation from becoming worse In some cases, if a patient does not receive basic first aid care right away, their condition will rapidly deteriorate. You can stabilise a patient until emergency medical help arrives if you can administer basic treatment. You'll learn how to use common home items as tools if you don't have access to a first aid kit, allowing you to deal with a variety of circumstances. It creates the confidence to care Knowing basic first aid will give you confidence in your skills and abilities when it comes to administering first aid. Training in first aid allows you to reflect on yourself and how you and others react in different situations. Having this knowledge will give you more confidence in a variety of non-medical settings. It encourages healthy and safe living A trained individual can better appraise their environment. People feel safer and more at ease when they know how to administer first aid. Being aware of and desiring to avoid accidents makes you safer and minimises the amount of fatalities and accidents. Topics Covered Module 1 : Bruises Abrasions Cuts Bleeding Module 2 : Allergic Reactions Accidental Poisoning Febrile Seizure Module 3 : Burns Head Injuries Fractures & Sprains
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