Kid…just stop. This isnt a school. Everything you’re asking you can find out in a structured first aid class. You should put more effort into high school classes than drifting around the web. You don’t have to be 16 for the FA class.My thoughts are intravenous saline, breathing support and even AED if needed, but I am not sure.
While I applaud your desire to learn about something that interests you, quite honestly, at this point you don't even know enough to know what you don't know.Alright...
I understand, thank you for being respectful.While I applaud your desire to learn about something that interests you, quite honestly, at this point you don't even know enough to know what you don't know.
You've already been given some great advice on other threads, and I want to offer a few more tidbits. What you do with it is your choice:
1) Regardless of what information you get here, it's not going to replace what you learn in a real EMT class - which by the way, is the standard you have to meet to pass the tests and become certified.
2) All the scenarios you've asked about will be covered in your class, and more importantly, you'll have the foundation to understand then.
3) The vast majority of what an EMT does has relatively little impact on positive patient outcomes. However, it can have a serious detrimental impact if you screw up.
It's for that, but like I referenced, you don't have the foundational knowledge yet to understand and speak the same language, so to speak.I understand, thank you for being respectful.
However, what is this website for if people aren't meant to ask medical questions? (genuine question)