When you are involved in an accident in an emergency you need to:
In the event of an emergency, if a person is unconscious but breathing and has no other serious matters, you can proceed with the lateral safety position:
If a person is not breathing after an accident, call for help and report the emergency. Later, if you are able, practice cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Cardiopulmonary resuscitation is a combination of cardiac massage and mouth-to-mouth respiration:
For chemical burns, understand which substance caused the accident, after removing any tissue, remove the product from the skin if it is a powder and rinse the burn with cold running water for at least 20 minutes.
Symptoms of a heart attack include:
If you think that a person is having or has had a heart attack it is an emergency and you must position it comfortably and call for help immediately. Have the person sit, if possible in the W position: sit with knees bent. If the person is conscious, it must be reassured and given 300 mg of aspirin in a chewing pill. Check vital functions until help arrives. If the person loses consciousness, practice cardiopulmonary resuscitation.
In the event of a stroke, the FAST procedure should be considered: Facial (face), Arm (arms), Speech (language), Test (test all signs). Call for help immediately. The guide to perform the FAST intervention in emergencies includes: