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