Q. What should be the content of First aid box?
First aid kit should contain the following:
Q. What should one do if the patient is bleeding heavily?
Q. The person looks pale and feels cold and dizzy. What does this mean?
It means there isn’t enough blood flowing through the body. It can be life threatening because it can very quickly lead to other conditions, such as lack of oxygen in the body’s tissues, heart attack or organ damage. This physical response to an injury or illness is called shock.
If you suspect someone is going into shock, lie him down and lift his feet higher than the rest of his body. Such that the legs are higher than the heart in this position, which helps increase blood flow to their brain and heart.
Q. Should wound be washed?
For minor cuts and grazes, one can wash the wound to remove any dirt. Don't wash a wound that is bleeding heavily. If a wound that is bleeding heavily put under a tap, then all clotting agents will wash away and will bleed more.
Do's and Don'ts for heavy bleeding
Do’s for heavy bleeding
Don'ts for heavy bleeding
Symptoms of nosebleeding
Q. What are the causes of nose bleeding
Q. How to manage nose bleeding?
Note: Ask the patient not to sniff or blow their nose for at least 15 minutes
Q. What to do if a child is having frequent nosebleeds?
If a child is having frequent nosebleeds, one should see the doctor to know the cause of bleeding.