Injury And Poisoning


Emergency care in hypoglycemic coma

Coma - unconsciousness, when there is no response to pain stimuli.Coma is a consequence of CNS involvement, regardless of etiology.The degree of coma depends on the severity of brain damage. Hypoglycemic coma - an acute condition that develops when a rapid decrease in blood sugar levels and low glucose utilization of brain tissue.There diabetic patients with an excess of injected insulin an...

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First aid for frostbite

Frostbite - pathological state of tissue that occurs in a limited area of ​​the body under the influence of low ambient temperature.Under the influence of cold trauma disorders begin to develop in the body tissue while reducing the temperature to 35-33 ° C. This implies that frostbite can occur at ambient temperatures above 0 ° C.In these cases, an important role is played by the presence of...

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Emergency aid for attack of asthma

Bronchial asthma - a chronic relapsing disease, primary and compulsory pathogenetic mechanism of which is changed bronchial reactivity, caused by specific immunological (sensitization and allergy) or non-specific mechanisms, and the main clinical symptom of asthma is choking due to bronchospasm, hypersecretion, and mucosal edemabronchial tubes. Distinguish bronchial asthma attack and asthma...

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First aid for electrical accident

electric shock - damage caused by the impact on the body of an electric current.Electrotok causes damage arising out of or direct its passage through the tissues of the body, or formed by this heat.First aid for electrical accident must be provided promptly and correctly, sometimes it affects the person's life. First aid for electrical accident 1. The first thing you need to do - to tur...

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First aid for hypertensive crisis |Removing hypertensive crisis

Hypertensive crisis - a worsening of essential hypertension (EH) or hypertension, manifested with severe paroxysms neurovegetative sympathadrenalic reactions (headache, tachycardia, anxiety, passing in fear, etc.), or fluid retention in the body with a decrease in urine output, events encephalopathy, nausea, vomiting, convulsive disorders, up to the development of vascular complications thre...

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First aid for drowning

are three types of drowning: primary (true, or "wet"), asfiksicheskoe ( "dry") and secondary.In addition, in case of accidents, death can occur in water, are not caused by drowning (trauma, myocardial infarction, cerebrovascular accident).In this article you will learn some first aid for drowning different species better suited to the victim. Types of drowning - first aid Help with prima...

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First aid in case of epilepsy |What to do in a fit of epilepsy

in need of first aid mainly patients who have observed no single seizures, and lots of them, the so-called status epilepticus.In this article, we will tell you how to provide first aid during a seizure of epilepsy. First aid for epilepsy Help with a single epileptic fit: protect from injuries, facilitate breathing, unbutton the collar, remove the belt, to prevent bite the langu...

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Emergency aid for burn shock |The degree of burn shock

Burn shock is a pathological process, which is based on extensive thermal skin lesions and deeply lying tissues, resulting in severe hemodynamic disorders with predominant violation of microcirculation and metabolic processes in the body burned.Intensive afferent impulses from the affected tissue at the moment of the burn and after it, moving in burned protein tissue water, electrolytes, for...

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First aid for poisoning food or chemicals |What to do in case of poisoning

Poisoning products or chemicals are almost always occur due to negligence: by the use of poison to insects or eating fruits, vegetables, herbs treated with some chemicals, due to contact with the poison from rodents without careful hand washing.Sometimes it is enough to inhale a toxic substance to come poisoning.This article describe the causes of acute poisoning and will talk about how to p...

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First aid for burns of the respiratory tract

burn rate of the upper and lower respiratory tract grows with an increase in the area of ​​skin burns.So, in case of burns of the respiratory tract to 9% share of the respiratory tract burns body surface area is 2.5%, and with the defeat of 50% of the body surface, and more - 67.4%. First aid for burns of the respiratory tract if skin lesions in combination with burns of the respiratory t...

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