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2365713 First Aid Coloring Book

2365713 First Aid Coloring Book

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First Aid Coloring Book
First Aid Coloring Book

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Saint Bernard

First Aid Coloring Book
Illustrated by Nicole Poppleton

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Do you know how to dial 911?
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A CUT OR A SCRAPE

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Sit or stand upright to slow the flow of blood. Do not tip your head back. Pinch your nose with your thumb and forefinger for 10 minutes without relieving pressure. Don’t forget to breathe through your mouth while doing this. If bleeding continues despite these efforts, call your doctor or dial 911
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NOSE BLEEDS

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BURNS
Apply cold running water or a cold pack immediately. Apply cold pack until the pain is relieved, or for one hour. Reapply the cold pack if pain returns after the area has rewarmed. MAKE SURE THE BURNED AREA DOES NOT TURN NUMB OR YOU COULD CAUSE FROSTBITE
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BLACK EYE
Apply cold compresses 5 - 10 minutes on, 10 - 15 minutes off. Be sure and wrap ice in a towel to protect the delicate skin on the eyelid. Use a cold compress for 24 to 48 hours, then you can switch to warm 5 to 10 minutes on, 10 to 15 minutes off. This helps the body reabsorb the leakage of blood and may help reduce discoloration. Prop the childs head up with an extra pillow at night. Encourage him/her to sleep on opposite side of injury as pressure will increase swelling. Call your doctor if the following symptoms occur: * increased redness * drainage from the eye * persistent eye pain * any changes in vision * any visible abnormality of the eyeball * visible bleeding on the white part (sclera) of the eye, especially near the cornea.

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Poisoning
Read instructions on label specifying what to do if a poisoning occurs. If the person is alert, give him/her a glass of water or milk to drink. The liquid will slow the rate at which the poison is absorbed by the body. If the person is weak, lethargic, unconscious, or having seizures, do not give him/her anything by mouth Certain poisons should be vomited; others should not. If you do not know the identity of the substance swallowed, do not induce vomiting. Overall, you should not induce vomiting unless directed to by a poison control authority or your doctor If you are told to induce vomiting in the person who has swallowed poison, use syrup of ipecac to do so. An alternative method to induce vomiting is touching the back of the throat of the person to initiate gagging If the poison has spilled on the person’s clothing, skin, or eyes, remove the clothing and flush the skin or eyes with cool or lukewarm water for 20 minutes Get immediate medical attention. Take the container with you if you have not identified the poison

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CROSS WORD PUZZLE

ACROSS 2 Caused by an object stuck in throat 4 Injury to joint or ligament 6 Feel to check the heart rate 7 Something dangerous that can enter the body 12 Break or crack to bone 15 First check for this 16 Medicine used for infections 17 Framework of the body

DOWN 1 Cover the cut with this 3 Wear to reduce cross-infection 5 Used to clean a wound 6 To stop nosebleed do this 8 Blood carries this to brain 9 Saint ______ the rescue dog 10 Treatment in case of accident 11 Apply to stop bleeding 13 Wrap around a person in shock 14 Use ________ water on a burn

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First Aid Terms

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firstaid cpr kit safety compress respiration contusion heart splint bacteria antibiotics danger injury doctor bites fracture joints bleeding breathing bones fainting breathing ointment saint healing call blanket diagnosis knee bandages gloves safety clean check choking eye nosebleed wound bernard poison pressure shock

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