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Erste Hilfe In Der Psychotherapie - Isbn:9783709174814

Category: Psychology

  • Book Title: Erste Hilfe in der Psychotherapie
  • ISBN 13: 9783709174814
  • ISBN 10: 3709174813
  • Author: Gunther Dick, Ursula Dick-Ramsauer
  • Category: Psychology
  • Category (general): Psychology
  • Publisher: Springer-Verlag
  • Format & Number of pages: 264 pages, book
  • Synopsis: Beltz, Weinheim Diederichs P, Blunk R (1988) Psychosomatische Notfallpatienten in der Inneren Medizin. ... Pfeiffer, München Roche Lexikon Medizin (1993) Urban und Schwarzenberg, München Schettler G (1980) Innere Medizin.

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ERIC - First-Aid Algorithms in Dental Avulsion, Journal of School Nursing, 2012-Apr

Baginska, Joanna; Wilczynska-Borawska, Magdalena

Journal of School Nursing. v28 n2 p90-94 Apr 2012

Almost one fourth of traumatic dental injuries occur at schools or in their surroundings. Prevalence of tooth avulsion varies from 0.5% to 16% of all cases of dental trauma. Children with dental avulsion may seek help from school nurses so they should be able to provide first-aid treatment. However, many studies showed that the general level of knowledge of medical staff concerning tooth avulsion is unsatisfactory and that it could be improved by educational activities. This article attempts to give short algorithms of first-aid management of avulsed tooth. (Contains 1 table and 3 figures.)

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Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Descriptive

Education Level: Adult Education; Elementary Secondary Education; Higher Education

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First Aid Kit - Wolf metin çevirisi

First Aid Kit – Wolf

Wolf mother, where you been?
You look so worn, so thin
You're a taker, devil's maker
Let me hear you sing, hey ya hey ya

Wolf father, at the door
You don't smile anymore
You're a drifter, shapeshifter
Let me see you run, hey ya hey ya

Holy light, oh, burn the night, oh keep the spirits strong
Watch it grow, child of wolf
Keep holdin' on

When I run through the deep dark forest long after this begun
Where the sun would set, trees were dead and the rivers were none
And I hope for a trace to lead me back home from this place
But there was no sound, there was only me and my disgrace

Hey, Hey-Hey, Hey, Hey
Hey, Hey-Hey, Hey, Hey
Hey, Hey-Hey, Hey, Hey
Hey, Hey-Hey, Hey, Ya.

Wolf mother, where you been?
You look so worn, so thin
You're a taken, devil's maker
Let me hear you say, hey ya hey ya

Wolf father, at the door
You don't smile anymore
You're a drifter, shapeshifter
Let me see you run, hey ya hey ya

Wayward winds, the voice that sings of a forgotten land
See it fall, child of wolf
Lend a mending hand

When I run through the deep dark forest long after this begun
Where the sun would set, trees were dead and the rivers were none
And I hope for a trace to lead me back home from this place
But there was no sound, there was only me and my disgrace

Hey, Hey-Hey, Hey, Hey
Hey, Hey-Hey, Hey, Hey
Hey, Hey-Hey, Hey, Hey
Hey, Hey-Hey, Hey, Ya.

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First Aid for Bleeding

Types of Bleeding

Bright red blood that rhythmically spurts from the body in time with heart beats. This is very serious bleeding and can rapidly result in death.

Dark red blood that ooze from the wound. If a large vein is damaged, blood loss can rapidly lead to death.

Trickling of blood, most common with small cuts and abrasions. This type of bleeding is not serious.

Treatment of Serious Bleeding

Arterial and venous bleeding is classified as serious. You will notice large amounts of blood on and around the casualty.

If the casualty is unconscious, check that the airway is open, that the casualty is breathing and that there is a carotid (neck) pulse. Act accordingly.

Apply direct pressure on the wound, using your hands. If possible, look for sterile first-aid materials, but do not waste time looking for this. If you cannot find any first-aid materials, use a shirt or something similar to put on the wound. Do not use a towel because this will absorb the blood too fast, resulting in further blood loss.

If there is something sticking out of the wound, do not remove it. Press down firmly around it and bandage around it. Lay the casualty down and keep him calm. Raise the injured part above the level of the casualty's heart.

As soon as a first-aid kit is available, apply a sterile dressing. Never remove the original dressing. Simply apply a new dressing over the original one if bleeding doesn't subside. Continue to apply direct pressure. Dial emergency services. Treat the casualty for shock: loosen any tight clothing. Raise the casualty's feet 30-60cm above the ground. Place a blanket or similar under and over the casualty.

Internal bleeding is usually completely hidden. Such bleeding can occur as a result of an accident or spontaneously without any warning.

Cold, clammy skin
Rapid, weakening pulse
Discomfort or pain
Thirst
Restlessness or irritability
Air hunger (the casualty yawns a lot)
Confusion
Drowsiness; the casualty may even become unconsciousness
The casualty's abdominal area will be rock hard in the area where the bleeding is.

Lay the casualty down and, provided there are no lower rib fractures, raise the legs.
Try to put a blanket underneath as well as on top of the casualty.
Loosen any tight clothing at the neck, chest and waist.
Dial emergency services.
If the casualty becomes unconscious, check that the airway is open, that the patient is breathing and that a carotid artery is present.

There will be bleeding, but fractures and other internal injuries must always be expected.

Only approach the casualty if it is safe to do so. If the casualty is unconscious, check that the airway is open, that the casualty is breathing and that there is a carotid pulse. Act accordingly.

Stop any life threatening bleeding by applying direct pressure. If an underlying fracture is suspected, immobilize the part. Do not probe the wound for the bullet. Remember to check for exit wounds as these are often more serious than entry wounds. Dial emergency services.

Sites of Bleeding

Site of bleeding

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Online CPR Certification and First Aid Certification


Can you save a life? In an emergency, when every second is criticial, would you know what to do?

According to recent statistics sudden cardiac arrest is rapidly becoming the leading cause of death in America. Once the heart ceases to function, a healthy human brain may survive without oxygen for up to 4 minutes without suffering any permanent damage. Unfortunately, a typical EMS response may take 6, 8 or even 10 minutes.

It is during those critical minutes that CPR can provide oxygenated blood to the victim's brain and the heart, dramatically increasing his chance of survival. And if properly instructed, almost anyone can learn and perform CPR.

Let's begin with CPR basics


CPR TIME LINE
0-4 mins. brain damage unlikely
4-6 mins. brain damage possible
6-10 mins. brain damage probable
over 10 mins. probable brain death

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How to beat motion sickness?

First Aid & Emergencies

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For many people, summer means vacation, and vacation means travel. Travel usually involves some kind of locomotion -- whether by plane, train, automobile, or boat -- to get from home sweet home to a fun destination. Therein lies the rub for people with motion sickness.

"Nearly everything that moves will make me ill," says Andrea Messer, who has suffered from motion sickness since she was an infant. "Every instance of motion, except when I am in control of whatever is moving, makes me sick. So if I am the driver, that's fine; if I am rowing the boat, that's fine. Otherwise. "

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Though most people aren't afflicted as severely as Messer, chances are good you've experienced some kind of motion sickness at one point or another. "All of us could get motion sickness under the right conditions," Robert M Stern, PhD, tells WebMD.

Stern, distinguished professor of psychology at Penn State University, has studied motion sickness for the past 15 years. He and colleagues think motion sickness is caused by a "sensory mismatch."

Normally, a million times a day the vestibular system, the body's system to help regulate balance and motion, and the vision system send corresponding signals to the brain. explains Stern. "Anything that disrupts that normal relationship is what we think leads to motion sickness," he says.

"In a car, in the typical American family, the father drives, the mother sits up front, and the kids are in the back," Stern says. "That poor little kid, all he can see is the back of the front seat. To the child's visual sense there is no motion involved -- the back of the front seat is always the same distance from him, but through the vestibular system in the inner ear, he's getting all the turns in the road, the acceleration, etc."

The same holds true for reading in the car. "Your eyes are seeing the page 10 inches in front of you -- that is never changing -- but your vestibular sense is picking up all of the movements," Stern says.

Interestingly, some ethnic groups seem to suffer from motion sickness more than others. Stern says that in his research, he found Asians are much more susceptible to motion sickness than whites or blacks. "That suggests there are genetic factors at work," he says.

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www.webmd.com

First Aid for Poisoning

First Aid for Poisoning Next Steps:

When calling the poison center, be ready to provide:

*Symptoms
*Name and phone number
*Age and weight of victim
*Name of product and ingredients
*Amount of product involved
*Time of incident
*Any first aid measures performed

Call the Maryland Poison Center at 1-800-222-1222 after performing the following first aid.

Remove contaminated clothing and flood skin with water for 10 minutes. Then wash gently with soap and water and rinse.

Flood the eye with lukewarm (not hot) water poured from a large glass two or three inches from the eye or from the faucet or shower. Repeat this for 15 minutes. Have victim blink as much as possible while flooding the eye. Do not force the eyelid open.

Avoid breathing fumes and immediately get the victim to fresh air. Open doors and windows wide. If victim is not breathing, start artificial respiration.

Gently wipe out mouth and give a small amount of water. Do not make the person vomit by putting a finger in their throat or giving Syrup of Ipecac, egg whites, mustard, or any other home remedies. Syrup of Ipecac is a medicine that makes a person vomit. Its use is no longer recommended by the MPC or the American Academy of Pediatrics.

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First Aid - The Heroes of Might and Magic III wiki

First Aid

Basic First Aid: gives control of the first aid tent to the hero, healing 50 points of damage to the first unit of the selected stack.

Advanced First Aid: gives control of the first aid tent to the hero, healing 75 points of damage to the first unit of the selected stack.

Expert First Aid: gives control of the first aid tent to the hero, healing 100 points of damage to the first unit of the selected stack.

First Aid is one of the 28 secondary skill in Heroes of Might and Magic III. It gives the player manual control over First Aid Tent and increases its effectiveness. The First Aid Tent regenerates health of the top creature of the stack. Death Knights and Necromancers cannot learn First Aid.

Heroes with First Aid as a starting skill:

Heroes with a First Aid specialty:

Comments & debate [ edit ]

First Aid is one of the less used secondary skills in the game. At Expert level it only heals 100 health points, which means that all creatures up to the fifth level and most of the sixth level creatures can be fully healed. However, considering that the healing is only given to a single monster, the impact of the First Aid Tent is almost always negligible. Though First Aid isn't useless, most other skills in the game are generally more useful.

The most common situation where First Aid can be worth getting is if the player manages to get one or more level 6 or 7 creatures early on in the game (e.g. Refugee Camp ), as these units can receive the full 100 healing provided by this skill. Furthermore, it should be noted that unlike most other skills in the game, the effect from First Aid can never run out of mana or ammunition. As a result, it can be very effective during long battles in the early game where the player has at least one level 6 or 7 unit, because as long as the First Aid tent survives and the high leveled units do not take more than 100 damage per turn, they are effectively made imperishable by First Aid. However, it can still be more advantageous to choose another secondary skill than First Aid even in these situations, as the First Aid unlike most other skills will become less useful the longer the game goes on, as the 100 health provided by it becomes less and less substantial.

See also [ edit ]

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First Aid

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