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First Aid for Shock

A shock takes place when the blood vessels and the heart are unable to pump oxygenated blood to all the vital organs in the body. Many illnesses and injuries include shock as one of their symptoms, regardless of the fact that it is common condition; do not take it lightly as it may lead to an emergency situation. Make sure you recognize the symptoms of shock before you begin treatment. Most of the time, onl ...

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P.R.I.C.E – First Aid For Sports Injuries

Accidents can happen while participating in sports. Although safety management strategies are implemented to prevent occurrence and severity of these injuries, one wrong step can lead to sudden injury. Usually, sports related injuries involve damage to soft tissues and muscles such as strains, sprains and torn muscles. When this happens, you should be ready to respond promptly for an optimal outcome. Muscul ...

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