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What are the Emergency Methods for Various Accidents in the Field?

Sep. 22, 2020

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When traveling in the wild, you may encounter various accidents. Here are some emergency measures.

Being bitten by a venomous snake: If bitten by a venomous snake in the wild, the patient will have symptoms such as bleeding, local redness, swelling, and pain. In severe cases, he will die within a few hours. At this time, you must quickly tie the upper part of the wound with a cloth, handkerchief, tie, etc. to prevent the spread of snake venom, and then use a sterilized knife to make a cut with a length of 1 cm and a depth of about 0.5 cm. The venom is sucked out. If the oral mucosa is not damaged, its digestive juice can neutralize it, so there is no need to worry about poisoning.

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When being bitten or stung by an insect: After applying a cold compress with ice or cold water, apply ammonia to the wound. If you are stung by a bee, use tweezers to pull out the thorn before applying ammonia or milk.

Fracture or dislocation: Fix with splint and apply cold compress. When falling from a big tree or rock and hurting the spine, place the patient on a flat and sturdy stretcher and keep the body from shaking, and then send to the hospital.

Bleeding from trauma: If you are cut by a knife or other sharp object when preparing meals in the wild, you can wash it with clean water and then wrap it with a towel. Slight bleeding can be stopped by compression, and it should be loosened every 10 minutes after one hour to ensure blood circulation.

Food poisoning: eating spoiled food, in addition to abdominal pain and diarrhea, but also accompanied by fever and weakness and other symptoms, you should drink more drinks or salt water, you can also take the method of vomiting to vomit out the food.

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