How Be a First Aider by Using Drcab Techniques?

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Title: How Be A First Aider By Using DRCAB Techniques?
Specific Purpose : To inform my audience on how be a first aider by using DRCAB techniques. Central Idea: The DRCAB technique consists of checking for Danger, Response, Circulation, Airway and Breathing of the patient that being treated. Introduction:

I. Attention grabber:
A. Which is the most important in your life?
1. is it a car? or a lot of money? a big house? a great job! and What about your life? is it important? B. Let say, we ignore our life. Just imagine it, when someone you love are injured, what's your action? just looking them? or crying? or you can’t do anything to save them? C. Thousands of lives are lost every year because of lack of first aid knowledge. 1. If we do not know to do anything to save them and we don’t have any knowledge about first aid. What will happen? I think you know it's. Therefore, think about it before late. D. Many of these deaths could be prevented if we be a first aider by using DRCAB technique before emergency services arrive 1. Learning this techniques can help you cope with an emergency. You may be able to keep a person breathing, reduce their pain until an ambulance arrives. This could mean the difference between life and death.

II. Reveal a topic
The DRCAB of first aid is a keyword designed to help people remember how to respond to an emergency situation in which someone is injured. If all of the vital signs are monitored and addressed, a patient has a much better chance of surviving until trained help arrives.

III. Establish Credibility
I have been Involved in first aider at UiTM, therefore I have been taught by my coach to understanding DRCAB techniques. In addition, sense of responsibilities, I also have done research on this technique in depth.

IV. Preview Statement
Today, I will like to share about the steps of DRCAB technique. There are consists of checking for Danger, Response, Circulation, Airway and...
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