First Aid

First Aid
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  • Category: DAN courses

The DAN First Aid course represents training designed to educate persons with a CPR/BLS certification in providing First Aid to adult victims with non immediately life threatening injuries.
Although the course was designed to be taught together with the DAN BLS course, it can also be offered as extra module to those who already have a DAN BLS or other BLS certification, respecting ERC guidelines. In a real accident situation First Aid skills are the next step after providing effective BLS.

Course Objective
The DAN First Aid provider programme is designed to teach the knowledge and skills needed to
provide first aid to Adults in non - immediately life threatening situations (or after having provided BLS in life threatening situations).
First Aid consists out of several techniques that relieves pain, stop injury from getting worse and can determine the type of injury or illness.

Recommended Minimum Hours of Training
Knowledge development (lecture) hours = 3-4
Skills development (practice) hours = 5-6

This course should be taught as an eight - ten hour module. The time needed to teach the course varies and depends on many factors including the number of students and their ability to process the educational components of the program.

Learning Objectives
At the end of the DAN First Aid programme, course participants will be able to:
Explain what is first aid and why to use these techniques
Perform an injury assessment
a. Describe how to react if a head or spinal injury is expected
Perform an illness assessment including taking vital signs and the “SAMPLE” procedure
Describe the signs, symptoms and first aid techniques for the major medical emergencies:
a. Breathing difficulties
b. Hyperventilation
c. Asthma
d. Heart problems
e. Severe abdominal pain
f. Altered level of consciousness
g. Allergic reaction
h. Diabetic emergencies (hyperglycaemia and hypoglycaemia)
i. Poisoning (swallowed, inhaled and absorbed poison)
j. Stroke
k. Convulsions
l. Alcohol and drug intoxication
Secure and bandage a wound
Splint a dislocated or fractured limb
a. Explain when it is necessary to immobilise the injured limb
Lift and move an injured person by using an adequate technique
a. Explain when it is necessary to move/lift an injured person
b. List the potential hazards when moving/lifting an injured person
c. Explain at least 2 techniques to move/lift an injured person (Rautek method and log roll)
Describe the signs, symptoms and first aid techniques for the following temperature related
injuries
a. Mild and severe hypothermia
b. Frostbites
c. Heat exhaustion
d. Heat stroke
e. Burns

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Kostas Marmarinos

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