Basic First Aid

Welcome to Basic First Aid! In this course, you will learn about how to treat flesh wounds, dressing and fire rescue.

Section 1

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Treating Flesh Wound

Types of Flesh Wound

Cut Wound

Caused by scrapes, glass or a sharp object sliced through the flesh

Can cause infection when untreated

Wound is shallow and heals faster

Puncture Wound

Caused by a sharp object piercing through the flesh (eg. nail, splinter)

Can cause infection when untreated. Infection can also be worse deeper inside

Wound is deep and heals slower

Medication

True or False

  • Cut Wound is caused by sharp objects sliced through the flesh
  • Cut Wounds are deep and hard to treat
  • Pierce Wounds can take more time to heal
  • Pierce wounds can still cause infection when untreated

Mix and Match

  • Deep wound and longer time to heal
    Pierce Wound
  • Shallow wound and less time to heal
    Cut Wound

Fire Rescue

How to extinguish a flame

Steps to use a fire extinguisher

1)Pull out the fire extinguisher 

2)Aim  at the flame

3) the trigger

4)Aim around the  to ensure it is fully extinguis