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Emergency conditions for various types of damage

Emergency conditions are the conditions of the human body in which there is a real threat to the health and even life of a person if medical care is not provided to him.

Such conditions can occur due to various injuries (external influences), or diseases or functional disorders (internal causes). An emergency is characterized by suddenness: it can happen to every person, anytime, anywhere.

The causes of emergency conditions may be factors

? mechanical: shocks, falls, blockages with earth, fragments of buildings, etc .;

? physical: exposure to high or low temperatures, electric current, etc .;

? chemical: caustic alkalis, strong acids, chemical poisons, etc.

? biological: pathogenic bacteria and viruses;

? mental trauma, stress;

? violation of hygienic living conditions;

? diseases or functional disorders.

In this lecture, we will consider first aid methods for various types of injuries.


People affected by various injuries require immediate medical attention. If there is a doctor, paramedic or nurse nearby, they will turn to them for first aid. Otherwise, help should be provided on their own (on their own), or by people who are close to the victim.

The severity of the consequences of an emergency condition, and sometimes the life of the victim, depends on the timeliness and correctness of actions to provide medical care, so everyone should have the skills to provide first aid in emergency conditions.

The following types of damage are distinguished in which emergency conditions may occur:

• wounds;

• closed damage;

• thermal injuries;

• poisoning;

• bites of poisonous animals;

• radiation damage, etc.

The set of measures necessary for victims in each type of emergency has a number of features that must be considered when assisting them.
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Emergency conditions for various types of damage

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