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Sports Medicine Trainer

The sports medicine team is primarily composed of a physician, paramedics, nurses and trainers. The trainers are the ones who are in direct contact with the athletes because they are constantly going with the athletes both on the training period and during the sports event itself. They are known as the front liners of the sports medicine team. With basic first aid training, they work with sports teams to he ...

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Paramedic

Emergency Medical Services are recognized as an important part of the health care system. Emergency medical services (EMS) are a type of emergency service dedicated to providing out-of-hospital acute medical care, transport to definitive care, and other medical transport to patients with illnesses and injuries which prevent the patient from transporting themselves. It consists of paramedics as the members o ...

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Important Safety Precautions When Handling Oxygen Cylinders

There are different equipment and supplies that are used when administering oxygen. One of which is the oxygen source. Oxygen cylinders are the standard source of oxygen when administering supplemental oxygen outside a medical facility. These oxygen-filled cylinders are often made of lightweight alloy or seamless steel material and can withstand pressure exerted by its contents. Although these cylinders are ...

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Canker Sore

Canker sores or aphthous ulcers refer to small, superficial lesions that occur at the base of your gums or the soft tissues of your mouth. Canker sores are not similar to cold sores as they do not develop on the surface of the lips and they are not contagious. However, canker sores can be painful and may also cause discomfort while eating. Canker sores usually disappear within a week or so without any treat ...

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