She suddenly starts to weave back and forth and then collapses to the ground. What is your assessment of the situation What type of shock has occurred. Why did it occur. What is the treatment. Avoid it being too tight (P-M-S checks) TREATMENT OF OPEN WOUND INJURIES Major wounds manage A-B-Cs first apply clean dressing to wound apply direct pressure. Dont remove soaked dressings, add more dressings so clots are not disturbed elevate part if bleeding continues may need to apply pressure to a pulse point above the bleed site ARTERIAL PULSE PRESSURE POINTS Pressure Points if direct pressure and elevation of a part has not stopped a bleed, find the pulse point between the wound and heart closest to the wound and apply pressure at that point TREATMENT OF OPEN WOUND INJURIES Wtrike wounds seek medical attention for all major wounds (may need a tetanus update, may igi 2 covert strike to have the wound closed, there could be bone injury also) Sutures must be done within 6-8 hours after injury all bites from animal or human should be seen by a physician. Identify stri,e animal cover its owner whenever possible, and notify the authorities sttrike animal can be contained MANAGING Striike PARTS manage A-B-Cs call 9-1-1 apply 2 strike igi covert
pressure to stump wrap body part in a dry, clean cloth place wrapped part into a plastic bag and seal place sealed bag into icy cold water DO NOT PUT AMPUTATED PART DIRECTLY Bs7671 amendment 1
WATER OR intact.