Type
Crossword
Description

what you use to take a temperature Thermometer
you use to hear the gut sounds Stethascope
a type of non stick bandage telfapad
great for keeping bandages clean cotton bandage wrap
a stretchable top bandage vet wrap
used to cut of a bandage scissors
helps you see better in the dark flashlight
helps flush wounds yard sprayer
make you have plenty on hand bandages
used to dry the wound area before bandaging towel
great for creating a hoof boot duct tape

Things you find in first aid kit Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

Eye wash
Blanket
Instant cold compress
Flashlight
Adhesive bandages
Triangular bandage
Aspirin
Breathing barrier
Tape
Scossors
Thermometer
Hydrocortisone
Antibiotic ointment
Tweezers
Gauze pads
Gloves
Alcohol swabs

First Aid Matching Worksheet

Type
Matching Worksheet
Description

Ace Bandage Wrap Sprained Ankle
Hydrogen Peroxide Clean a Shallow Cut
Saline Solution Clean Out Dirt In Your Eyes
Calamine Lotion Poison Ivy Rash
Thermometer Check Someone's Temperature
Pressure Bandage Cover a deep bleeding wound
Scissors Cut Roller Bandage
Band-Aid Cover a Small Cut On a Finger
30'' Splints of Wood Immobilize a Broken Leg
Tweezers Remove Splinter in Finger

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

Emergency Supplies Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

hand saw
jackets
towels
scissors
sterile dressings
first aid cream
eyewash
asprin
radio
sleeping bag
blankets
bleach family documents
diseifectant
personal hygene
signal flare
compass
mess kit
raincoat
gloves
hat
lighter
candles
matches
can opener
wrench
tape
plastic sheeting
dust mask
moist towelettes
whistle
firts aid kit
flashlight
batteries
food
water

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

Surgical Instrument Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

consists of a handle that holds a disposable blade. A No. 15 blade is the most common scalpels
must be sharp enough to cut without damaging or ripping surrounding tissues. tissue scissors
have blunt points and a curved lower blade to insert under the suture material. suture scissors
use to remove dressings bandage scissors
used to remove wax from the ear canal. blunt curettes
used to grasp or hold objects forceps
most commonly used surgical instrument and close off blood vessels hemostats
used to keep towels for draping the surgical site in place towel clamps
allow greater access and a better view of a surgical site retractors
are slander, pointed instruments used to enlarge a body opening, such as a tear duct. dilators
used to explore wounds or body cavities and to locate or clear blockage. probes
determined by the thickness/diameter of the strand suture size
require special instruments to hold, insert, and retrieve them during suturing curved suture needles
has suture material permanently attached swaged needle
11-0 smallest
forcep with teeth serrated
smooth forcep thumb
another name for "dressing forceps" sponge
useful for dressing wounds where other fabrics might stick to the burn or laceration. gauze

First aid kit Word Search

Type
Word Search
Description

sterile water
face mask
safety pins
icepack
eye bandage
eyedrops
first aid box
tweezers
plaster
bandage
Scissors

corsage & boutonniere preparation Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

Spring action handle with short blades used to cut heavy duty wire/ corsage and boutonniere stems Wire snips
Straight or hook bladed knife used to cut floral stems folding knife
Used to cut through very thick or touch floral material with one cut Pruning shears
Long, slender blades scissors used to cut ribbon, wire, fabric and fine netting Floral scissors
Quick drying, waterproof adhesive that will not brown leaves; available in liquid spray and tape forms Floral adhesive
Thin green wire used to strengthen and lengthen stems Floral wire
Stretchable tape which adheres to itself, used to lengthen and strengthen stems Floral stem tape
Condition of a plant cell when it has absorbed the maximum amount of water Turgid
Courage wiring technique in which a wire is inserted through the calyx and bent downward along the stem Piercing method
Used to support the flowers and help manipulation when constructing a corsage and boutonniere Wire
The bottom part of the flower bud or blossom, consisting of the outer most sepals; using wider than the stem and green Calyx
A small floral adornment worn by women; number 3 ribbon and 24 to 28 gauge wire is the most commonly used in corsage work Corsage
Used to hide the mechanics in a flower arrangement, commonly stems with lots of leaves and green materials, also referred to as greenery Foliage
Triangular shape Triad
Substance which is spread on the stems and leaves of plants to reduce the rate of transpiration, or water loss Antitranspirant
Small underdeveloped shoot, leaf or flower located at the tip of a stem Terminal bud
Cluster of flowers used to fill spaces between larger flowers to creating depth Filler flower
Small branch bearing buds, flowers or berries Spray
Color scheme which uses different hues and shades of one color Monochromatic
Location within a design which attracts the most attention it the center of interest in a corsage, the focal point is where the largest flower is placed Focal point
Supplies, methods and materials which designers use to place and hold flowers and foilage in an arrangement Mechanics
Waterproof all-purpose tape Anchor tape
Waterproof adhesive which will not brown leaves and is used to attach floral materials Floral adhesive
Floral adornment worn by men and pinned onto the lapel of the jacket Boutonniere
Smaller stem which attaches a leaf to the main stem Petiole
Turned back portion of a jacket or coat which lays flat and is a continuance it the collar Lapel
Leads or buds growing on the side of the main stem Lateral

First Aid Word Scramble

Type
Word Scramble
Description

Bandage
Plaster
Medicine
Splint
Ambulance
Antiseptic
Thermometer
Crutches
Nurse
Ice pack
First aid
Antibiotics
Ointment
Tweezers
Sprain
Swelling
Scissors
Paramedics
Doctor
Eye wash

Corsage and Boutonniere Prep Vocabulary Crossword

Type
Crossword
Description

small branch bearing buds, flowers or berries spray
used to hide the mechanics in a floral arrangment foliage
triangular shape triad
substance which id sprayed on the stems and leaves of plants to reduce the rate of transpiration , or water loss anti-transparent
clusters of flowers used to fill spaces between larger flowers creating depth filler flower
color scheme which uses different hues and shades of one color monochromatic
supplies, methods and materials which designers use to place and hold flowers and foliage in an arrangement mechanics
straight or hook bladed knife used to cut floral stems folding knife
turned black portion of a jacket or coat which lays flat and is a continuance of the collar lapel
leaves or buds growing on the side of the main stem lateral
location within a design which attracts the most attention or the center of interest; in a corsage, the focal point is where the largest flower is placed focal point
waterproof, all-purpose tape anchor tape
smaller stem which attaches a leaf to the main stem petiole
floral adornment worn by men and pinned onto the lapel of the jacket boutonniere
small undeveloped shoot, leaf or flower located at the tip of a stem terminal bud
a small floral adornment worn by women No. 3 ribbon and 24 to 28 gauge wire is most commonly used in corsage work. corsage
the bottom part of the flower bud or blossom, consisting of the outermost sepals; usually wider than the stem and green calyx
used to support the flowers and help with manipulation when constructing a corsage and boutonniere wire
corsage wiring technique in which a wire is inserted through the calyx and bent downward along the stem piercing method
condition of a plant cell when it has absorbed the maximum amount of wate turgid
stretchable tape which adheres to itself, used to lengthen and strengthen stems floral stem tape
long, slender bladed scissors used to cut ribbon, wire, fabric and fine netting floral scissors
used to cut through very thick or tough floral material with one cut pruning shears
spring handle with short blades used to cut heavy duty wire and corsage and boutonniere stems. wire snips