Archive | February, 2013

Acetaminophen poisoning

If you suspect someone has acetaminophen (commonly found in Tylenol), poisoning call EMS immediately. The following material is for educational purposes only. To learn more about poisonings and drug overdoses enrol in St Mark James first aid training with a provider near you. What to do if you suspect acetaminophen poisoning? Call 911 and seek immediate medical attention […]

Mouth and teeth injuries

Mouth and/or teeth injuries often occur as a result of assaults, falls, direct blows—punches and other forms of physical trauma. If the lower jaw is affected or is given a direct blow, the person may bite his tongue or lips leading to severe bleeding and pain. Injuries like these that lead to severe bleeding may […]

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