1. To stop the further influence of damaging factors (high or low temperature, an electric current, the fallen gravities, toxicant gases, etc.) or to remove the victim from an adverse situation to which it has got also which threatens his life., For example, such actions, as remission of the person from under car wheels, from under earth collapses, from electric current action, carrying out from a premise where there are toxicant gases, carrying over suffered from a heatstroke in colder premise here concern, and at freezing injuries - in a warm premise etc. All it, certainly, becomes rather cautiously not to strengthen sufferings of the victim and not to aggravate gravity of its condition or damage. In a cold season it is necessary to preserve the patient or suffered from cooling - to wrap up it, to cover with a blanket, etc.
2. To make all necessary for liquidation of the threat which have arisen for health or a life of the patient and the victim (improvement or restoration of warm and respiratory activity, struggle against a loss of blood, etc.) and to facilitate its sufferings.
3. To warn possible, sometimes irreversible complications of the arisen disease or damage: for example, bleedings, shifts of fragments at fractures, shocks, etc. If, let us assume, damage has occurred
In the street a city where it is possible to cause quickly the first help it is better to render first aid on a scene, i.e. Without carrying over of the victim. If first aid quickly to cause
It is impossible, the victim should be transferred cautiously to the nearest premise, to lay on a bed, a couch, a sofa, a bench, having unbuttoned a collar and a girdle.
4. To support the basic vital signs of the patient or the victim till the moment of rendering of medical assistance.
To the patient frame as much as possible favorable situation... [continues]
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