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Injury Quick Tips
Animal BiteShow tip
  • Apply pressure with a clean, dry cloth to help stop bleeding.
  • Don’t remove pressure; if bleeding continues, add more clean, dry cloths.
Broken BoneShow tip
  • Stop any bleeding with a sterile bandage or clean cloth.
  • Immobilize the injured area using a splint, if available.
  • Apply ice packs to limit swelling and help relieve pain.
  • If the person appears to be in shock, have the person lie flat and elevate their legs.
Cut or ScrapeShow tip
  • Apply pressure with a clean cloth or bandage to help stop the bleeding.
  • Don’t remove pressure; if bleeding continues, add more clean cloths or bandages.
Child with FeverShow tip
  • Don’t treat a child’s fever with aspirin.
  • Use Tylenol® or Motrin® as prescribed based on the child’s weight.
  • Apply a cold compress to the child’s forehead and dress the child in light, loose-fitting clothes.
DehydrationShow tip
  • Sip small amounts of water.
  • Drink carbohydrate/electrolyte-containing drinks. Good choices are sports drinks such as Gatorade® or prepared replacement solutions such as Pedialyte®.
  • Suck on plain ice chips, or popsicles made from juices and/or sports drinks.
  • Sip through a straw (works well for someone who is recovering from jaw surgery or mouth sores).
Heat ExhaustionShow tip
  • Rest in a cool, shaded area.
  • Give cool fluids such as sports drinks that will replace lost salt. Salty snacks are appropriate, as tolerated.
  • Loosen or remove clothing.
  • Don’t use an alcohol rub.
  • Don’t give any beverages containing alcohol or caffeine.
Embedded Object / Foreign BodyShow tip
  • Don’t try to remove the foreign object.
  • Carefully wrap gauze or clean clothing around the area to prevent the object from moving.
  • Apply pressure around the area with a sterile bandage or clean cloth to limit bleeding.
  • Don’t remove pressure; if bleeding continues, add more clean cloths or bandages.
Heat StrokeShow tip

Alert: Unlike heat exhaustion, heat stroke is a medical emergency. You should call an ambulance immediately; do not attempt to treat a case of heat stroke on your own. You can help while waiting for medical assistance to arrive by doing the following:

  • Move the person to a cooler environment, or place him/her in a cool bath of water (as long as he/she is conscious and can be attended continuously).
  • Alternatively, moisten the skin with lukewarm water and use a fan to blow cool air across the skin.
  • Give cool beverages by mouth if he/she can tolerate them.
Knocked-Out ToothShow tip
  • Handle the tooth by the top only, avoiding the root, and rinse it in a bowl of tap water.
  • Try to replace the tooth in the socket and bite gently on gauze to keep it in place.
  • If it doesn’t stay, place it in a bowl of either whole milk, the person’s own saliva, or a warm, mild saltwater solution.
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