First Aid/CPR by Assured Response

Organization: Native Education and Training College Virtual Campus-LMS

Created by: Larry Stewart


CPR & First Aid Training Course Assured Response 2 Days – Fee $125.00 NETC Campus – North Bay or (Theory Component Online) Continuing Education Certificate Course Instructor: School of Health Sciences Registration Link: Roles and Responsibilities of the First Aider Casualty Management -Principles of Emergency Scene Management -Primary survey -Ongoing casualty care Responsive Casualty with Suspected Head and Spinal Injuries -Head/spine injuries -Shock -Ongoing care Adult Resuscitation -Cardiovascular emergencies -Recognizing angina/heart attack/cardiac arrest -One and two rescuer -AED -Preventing choking and First aid for choking -Ongoing care until handover for casualty whose airway has cleared -Recognizing and caring for stroke/TIA Severe Bleeding and Wound Care -Dressings and bandages in first aid procedures -Recognizing major wounds -Recognizing Severe external and internal bleeds and first aid for these injuries -First aid for amputations -Recognizing inadequate circulation to extremities and provide appropriated first aid -Measures to prevent further contaminations and infection of wounds -Use of slings /splints -Control external bleeding from a wound with an embedded object -Control bleeding from the scalp and ear -Control bleeding from the nose, gums, tongue, and cheek -First aid for wound in the palm of the hand -Recognize abdominal wounds -First aid for an abdominal wound -First aid bites and stings Burns -Take measures to prevent burns -Recognize burns -First aid for burns Medical Conditions (Diabetes, Convulsions, Asthma and Allergies) -Recognize these conditions -First aid for these conditions -Recognize fever and fever convulsions in infants and children -First aid for fever - Appropriate medication assist for anaphylaxis, heart attack, asthmatic attack Bone and Joint Injuries -Recognize bone and joint injuries -First aid for bone and joint injuries -Recognize muscle strain and provide first aid Head Spinal and Pelvic Injures -Recognize head and spinal injuries and the first aid measures -Control bleeding from the scalp and ears -Recognize pelvic injuries -Chest injuries -Recognize and first aid for chest injuries -Recognize penetrating chest wound and first aid for such injuries -First aid for flail chest -Recognize rib fracture and provide first aid -Recognize blast injury to the chest and provide first aid Multiple Injury Management -Establish priority of first aid and transportation in a multiple casualty situation -Ongoing casualty care for multiple casualties Rescue Carries -Principles of safety when moving a casualty -Eye injuries -Measure to prevent eye injuries -First aid for foreign objects in eyes -First aid for wounds in and around the eye -First aid for burns to the eye Poisons, Bites, and Stings -Prevention of poisoning -Recognize poisoning -First aid for poison -First aid for bites and stings -Opioid related emergencies Heat and Cold Injuries -Measures to prevent cold injuries -Recognize cold injuries -First aid for cold injuries -Measures to prevent heat illnesses and the first aid Two Rescuer CPR Adult -Two rescuer CPR on adult casualty in an unattended and attended cardiac arrest Automated External Defibrillation -Principles of first aid for cardiovascular emergencies -Anatomy and the physiology of the heart -Principles of defibrillation -AED protocols -Knowledge of handover to EMS when using and AED -AED maintenance Child Resuscitation -Measures to prevent breathing emergencies in children -First aid for a choking child -One rescuer CPR on a child Infant Resuscitation -Measures to prevent breathing emergencies in infants -Provide first aid for a choking infant -One rescuer CPR on a child Skill Section – Demonstration/Performed -Fractured collar bone sling -Dislocation shoulder sling -Open fracture upper arm splint -Closed fracture forearm/wrist splint -Closed fracture upper leg, knee splint -Open fracture lower leg splint -Sprained ankle- -CPR infant child adult level C -AED -Choking, back blows/abdominal thrust -Epinephrine auto injector -Bronchodilator -Recovery position -Simple dressing

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