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2.1 Describe how to manage a dislocation
Weegy: This is how to manage dislocation. [ Call medical help as soon as possible Do not move the joint or try to place it back Place ice to control swelling If skin is cut, clean gently and bandage with sterile gauze Sling or splint the injury in its original position If injury is serious, check for breathing If not breathing, provide Cardio pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) Elevate the feet up to 12 inches Cover the patient with a blanket Read more: Dislocation - First Aid and Emergency Treatment Guide | Medindia For more information about this topic, please visit: ] User: 2.1 Describe how to manage a dislocation Weegy: Call medical help as soon as possible Do not move the joint or try to place it back Place ice to control swelling If skin is cut, clean gently and bandage with sterile gauze Sling or splint the injury in its original position If injury is serious, [ check for breathing If not breathing, provide Cardio pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) Elevate the feet up to 12 inches Cover the patient with a blanket Read more: Dislocation - First Aid and Emergency Treatment Guide | Medindia ] (More)
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4.1 describe how to recognise and manage chronic medical conditions including: Sickle Cell Anaemia Meningitis Febrile Convulsions Epilepsy Asthma Diabetes
Weegy: 1.Sickle cell anemia: Recognize the symptoms and complications of the disease. [ These may include: *Hand-foot syndrome *Pain episodes or crisis: Pain that can start suddenly, be mild to severe, and can last for any length of time. *Infection: People with sickle cell disease, particularly infants and children, are at a higher risk for infections.Treatment for a sickle cell crisis includes: Blood transfusions (may also be given regularly to prevent stroke) Pain medicines Plenty of fluids. 2.Meningitits: Vomiting Fever Headache Stiff neck Light aversion Drowsiness Joint pain Fitting. Viral meningitis usually requires only symptom relief (palliative care). Palliative care may include bed rest, increased fluid intake to prevent dehydration, and analgesics (e.g., aspirin, acetaminophen) to reduce fever and relieve body aches. 3.Epilepsy: Signs of a seizure can vary from patient to patient and episode to episode. The most common types of seizures include uncontrollable convulsions and loss of consciousness. Some of the lesser-known symptoms of epilepsy seizures might be jerking movements in the arms and legs, lip smacking or blank staring. Protect the child from injury while the seizure continues, but don't forcefully restrain movements. Whenever possible, try to lay the child on a soft surface and turn on one side. Place something flat and soft under the head; loosen tight neckware. Do not place anything in the mouth. CPR should not be given during a seizure. Record approximately how long the seizure lasts. As the jerking slows down, make sure breathing is unobstructed and returning to normal. ] (More)
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4.1 identify when to administer CPR to an unresponsive infant and an unresponsive child who is not breathing normally
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5.3 Describe the procedure to be followed after administering the treatment for choking
Weegy: Once the obstruction is removed, most persons who experience an episode of choking recover without any further care. [ Persons who have an obstruction that cannot be dislodged but are able to breathe should be taken to an emergency room for treatment. ] (More)
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Describe how to recognise and manage serious sudden illnesses including: Meningitis, Febrile convulsions and Epilepsy
Weegy: Know how to provide first aid to an infant and a child with a chronic medical condition or sudden illness. (More)
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