This student-authored post is released by CPR in partnership with Medill News Service and the Northwestern University Medill School of Journalism, Media, Integrated Marketing Communications. If first aid was given before emergency solutions arrive, many deaths might be prevented. If someone is harmed, you ought to: first check that you and the wounded individual aren't in any risk, and, when possible, make the situation risk-free; if essential, dial 999 for a rescue when it's safe to do so; accomplish basic first aid. Discover what to do after an event. If someone is unconscious yet breathing, and has nothing else injuries that would stop them being relocated, place them in the recovery placement up until aid gets here. Keep them under monitoring to guarantee they proceed to breathe normally.
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