Characteristics of a First Aider?


A first aider is a person who provides initial care for illness or injury. Most first aiders are non-expert who have been trained to assist sick or injured people until they get treatment. First aid is mostly associated with care for human beings and not animals.
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It is the duty of a first aider to come to the aid of those in need, assess the situation and provide a primary level of care until advanced caregivers arrive. band-aid image by Rick
To provide the FIRST aid. To provide basic life support.
When someone is found down, bleeding or not, the first thing to do is listen to their chest and figure out if they are breathing. If not, the next thing to do is feel for a pulse.
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