Archive | June, 2013

Emergency Management for Hemorrhage

Stopping the bleeding is very vital to the care and management of individuals in an emergency or disaster situations in order for them to increase their ┬áchances of survival. An extreme blood loss that results in the reduction of circulating blood volume is primarily the main cause of hypovolemic shock. Minor bleeding (such ass venous […]

Cluster Headache First Aid Treatment

Cluster Headache Cure by Dr. Shevel [media url=”http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FnIxSrFeB7M” width=”600″ height=”400″] Learn other courses related to first aid and understand more about this topic. A cluster headache characterized by an extremely intense headache, which starts around a single eye area and radiates to nearby regions of the face. Each headache may last from 30 minutes to […]

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