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allergic reaction
ankle
arm
asthma
bandage
blood
bruise
cancer
cause
cold
concussion
cut
diarrhoea
disease
fever
finger
flu
hangover
heart attack
illness
injury
liver
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pain
plaster
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sling
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symptom
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virus
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RED CROSS FIRST AID Word Search

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Word Search
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First responder
Redcross
Sling
Immobilize
Lungs
Heart
Bandage
Frost bite
Circulation
Gloves
Concent
Emergency
Poisons
Seizure
Prevention
Burns
Wounds
Aed
Stroke
Diabetes
Asthma
Five rights
Cardiac arrest
Bleeding
Heart attack
Anaphylaxis
Unconscious
Breathing
Airway
Choking
Chest compression
Shock
Splint
Check call care
Sample
Red cross
CPR
Haines
Henry Dunant

FIRST AID Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

bleeding oozes rather than flows capillary
partial thickness classified as second degree burns
type of shock treated with epinepherine anaphylactic
referred to as syncope fainting
type of injury necessary to flush with water/call EMS chemical burns
bleeding flows more and is darker in color venous
bleeding flows more rapidly/bright red and spurts arterial
estimating body surface burned rule of nines
this condition requires immobilization musculoskeletal
heat related emergency displays moist pale skin, headaches and weakness heat exhaustion
condition that occurs due to exposure to cold hypothermia
shock resulted from hypoglycemia, requires giving sugar insulin
sharp pain in the middle of the chest/pain down left arm myocardial infarction
condition where you lie the patient down and open an airway shock
bandage-injury at the elbow figure eight
bandage-wound to lower leg spiral
fracture to the long bone splint
bandage-injury to finger tubular
shock respiratory-treatment? intubation
shock-cardiogenic/treatment? ivdopamine
shock-septic/treatment? iv norepinephrine
shock-hemorrhagic/treatment? stop bleeding
shock-hypovolemic/treatment? replace fluids
shock-anaphylactic/treatment? epinephrine

First Aid Wordsearch

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Word Search
Description

Hypoglycaemia
Concussion
Clot
Cardiac Arrest
Bystander
RICE
Strain
Sprain
Blood
Trauma
Heimlich
Epilepsy
Airway
Response Check
Fracture
Anaphylactic
Shock
Recovery
Compressions
AED
CPR
DRABC
AVPU
Ice
First Aid Kit
Plaster
Sling
Bandage

Respiratory Crossword

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Crossword
Description

Viral illnesss with nasal congestion, sneezing, scratchy throat, fever, and cough. URI
Treatment of URI Symptomatic
Cough, dyspnea, sometimes productive and bloody may indicate Lung Cancer
The sweat test is considered the gold standard for diagnosing this lung disease Cystic Fibrosis
Emergent condition. Patient will be drooling. DO NOT OPEN TO EXAMINE AIRWAY! Epiglotittis
. Viral illness that presents with inflammation, swelling, increased mucous production and bronchospasm. Worse on infants less than one. RSV
Shortness of Breath Dyspnea
Stridor, barking cough croup
Treatment of croup Corticosteroids
Differentials include viral, post-nasal drip, allergic rhinitis, URI, GERD, COPD, caused by ACE Inhibitor, or CHF to name a few. Cough
Disease that uses stepwise treatment plan, including rescue inhaler and “steps-up” and “steps-down” when disease exacerbation and control. Asthma
Recurrent wheezing and cough at night. Can be childhood onset or even adult onset Asthma
Allergic shiners, postnasal discharge, nasal congestion, sneezing, watery eyes, sometimes fatigue. Allergic Rhinitis
Treatment of Allergic Rhinitis Antihistamines
Symptoms include fever, myalgia, sputum production, and tachypnea. Pneumonia
Score for scoring severity of Pneumonia. (Includes two numbers) Curb65
Every physician and patient should have agreed plan to include peak flow meter instruction (green-yellow-red zone instructions.) Asthma Action Plan
Spread by airborne droplets. Often found and diagnosed in immunocompromised population. Homeless, elderly, history of drug and alcohol use. Symptoms include weight loss, fever, night sweats, and cough. Tuberculosis
Test that checks for Tuberculosis. --Greater than 5mm induration – those with HIV or previously healed TB infection, exposure to TB, or on immunosuppressive therapy. -- Greater than 10mm induration – foreign born in country with endemic TB, institutionalized individuals, pre-existing conditions that lower immunity such as diabetes, malnutrition, chronic renal failure. -- Greater than 15mm – otherwise healthy individuals without usual risk factors for TB PPD
Quick onset fever, malaise, myalgia, headache, anorexia, rhinitis, sore throat, and nonproductive cough Influenza
Global Standards for COPD GOLD
Disease that is preventable and treatable, but is a major cause of chronic morbidity and mortality. Patients often suffer for years and die from complications of the disease. Characterized by persistent respiratory symptoms and airflow limitation that is due to airway and/or alveolar abnormalities usually caused by significant exposure to noxious particles or gases. COPD
The most commonly encountered risk factor for COPD. SMOKING
Medications that increase FEV1. Alter airway smooth muscle tone and improves expiratory flow. In COPD they are given on a regular basis to prevent and reduce symptoms. SABA and LABA. Every patient with asthma must have a short acting beta agonists. BRONCHODILATORS
Classification of asthma. Symptoms less than 2 days/week. 0 to less than 2x/month of nighttime awakenings. <2 days/week SABA. No interference with normal activity. Normal FEV between exacerbations. FEV >80%. Intermittent
Classification of asthma. Symptoms greater than 2 days/week but not daily. Depending on age, 1-2x or 3-4x per month nighttime awakenings. >2 days/week SABA but not daily. Minor limitations to normal activity. FEV>80%. _____ Persistent Mild
Classification of asthma. Symptoms daily. Nighttime awakenings depending on age 3-4x per month or >1x/week but not nightly. Daily SABA. Some limitation to normal activity. FEV 60-80%. _______ Persistent Moderate
Classification of asthma: Symptoms throughout the day. Nighttime awakenings depending on age >1x/week or often every night. SABA use several times a day. Extremely limited normal activity. FEV <60%. ______ Persistent SEVERE
See Picture A NORMAL
See Picture B Lung Mass

Emergency First Aid and Shock Crossword

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Crossword
Description

Hypersensitive or allergic reaction to a substance such as food, medication, insect stings or snake bites. Anaphylatic
Damage to heart muscle from heart attack or cardiac arrest Cardiogenic
Severe bleeding or loss of blood plasma. Hemorrhagic
Loss of body fluid from severe vomiting, diarrhea, or a heat illness; disruption in acid-base balance as occurs in diabetes. Metabolic
Injury and trauma to the brain and spinal chord Neurogenic
Emotional distress such as anger, fear, or grief. Psychogenic
Trauma to respiratory tact; respiratory distress or arrest. Respiratory
Acute infection Septic
French term; a method of prioritizing treatment. Triage
Immediate care thats given to the victim of an injury or illness to minimize the effect of injury or illness until experts take over. FirstAid
A clinical set of signs and symptoms associated with an inadequate supply of blood to body organs, especially the brain and heart. Shock
These help you recognize an emergency. Senses
When in an emergency situation, you must first do this. Categorize
In an emergency situation, checking for things such as breathing problems, excessive bleeding, or shock is called this. Urgency
A serious, unexpected, and dangerous situation requiring immediate action Emergency
Abnormal state of lack of response to sensory stimuli resulting from injury, illness, shock, or other disorders. Unconsciousness
Injury to the brain due to a violent jar or shock. Concussion
All the supplies you need to help someone in an emergency. First Aid Kit
A disordered psychic or behavioral state resulting from mental or emotional stress or physical injury Trauma
The action or manner of treating a patient medically or surgically Treatment

Get the Clue about the Flu Crossword

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Crossword
Description

the pathogen that causes the flu influenza
abonormally high body temperature fever
rapid muscle contraction and relaxation to make the body warmer chills
the action of expelling air from the lungs, through the mouth cough
pain in the throat caused by inflammation sore throat
extreme tiredness (symptom of the flu) fatigue
there are only vaccines for the flu, not a _____ cure
one of the best ways to get rid of the flu resting
most common name for influenza flu
the flu is a type of _____ virus

First Aid Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Closed Wound bruise
Scrape abraision
a cut in the skin laceration
partial or complete tearing away of the skin avulsion
when a pointy object pierces the skin puncture
bacteria forms in a wound infection
used to repair an incision stitches
a severe infection resulting from a deep wound tetanus
any material used to wrap a wound bandage
a pad placed directly on a wound dressing
first step to control bleeding pressure
tight bandage used as a last resort to control bleeding tourniquet
a medical condition that can be caused by blood loss shock
object is stuck in deep - impaled embedded
most common cause of death in young people injuries
blood vessel carrying blood away from heart artery
if knocked out, put it in place as soon as possible tooth
reduces swelling and pain cold
a dressing made of plastic occlusive

Junior Girl Scout First Aid Badge Word Search

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Word Search
Description

First Responder
Shock
Breathing
Bleeding
Diabetes
Burns
Emergency
Immobilize
Unconscious
Stroke
Prevention
Bandage
Sling
Check call care
Choking
Seizure
Gloves
Heart
Red Cross
CPR
Splint
Airway
Asthma
Wounds
Poisons

Hepatitis B Crossword

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Description

Hepatitis B is caused by a Virus
Hepatitis B causes Liver cancer
Hepatitis B is spread by contact with Infected body fluids
Hepatitis B can cause Death
Hepatitis B is Incurable
All children born in US are Immunized at birth
One away of contracting hepatitis B is Sharing a needle with drug user
Another way to contact hepatitis B is Blood transfusions
What causes hepatitis B? Hepatitis B virus
You will have _______________ symptoms Flu-like
A Symptom is Headache
Another symptom is Dark urine
A simple_______ test can tell your doctor you have hepatitis B virus Blood
The doctor will give you a ________ biopsy Liver
The hepatitis B ________ is the best way to prevent infection Vaccine

Disorders and Diseases of the Respiratory System Crossword

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Crossword
Description

What does bronchitis typically cause? coughing
Where in the body does emphysema effect? lungs
What does a person produce when they have cystic fibrosis? thick sticky mucus
What happens when you have an asthma attack? airways contract
What disease has no treatment that has proved effective in stopping the progression of it? pulmonary fibrosis
What disease is highly dependent on whether you smoke or not? lung cancer
When does SIDS usually occur? during sleep
What is the first symptom of diphtheria? sore throat
What disease typically gets better on it's own? common cold
What kind of influenza is only found in humans? Type B
What is pneumonia cause by? germs
How can TB spread? coughs, sneezes, talks
How contagious is the whooping cough? highly
Where in your body does laryngitis affect? larynx
What is histoplasmosis and coccidioidomycosis? rare systemic fungal infections
What causes a punctured lung? violent injury