Share content Heatstroke first aid knowledge

Share content Heatstroke first aid knowledge


Share content Heatstroke first aid knowledge

Emergency Method 1: Heatstroke with too high body temperature, usually the patient is dry, and it is most important to lower the body temperature.

First, loosen the patient’s clothes and wrap a water-absorbent towel or dress on the patient (maintaining heat dissipation) and let him lie down.

After that, a large amount of cold water (the ice water is too irritating) is poured on the patient, or the sprinkler can be used to flush the water, so that the patient’s body temperature drops to about 38 degrees Celsius, and it is moved into the cool room. If the body temperature does not drop, it should be sent as soon as possible.medical.

Children with heat stroke can massage the limbs and body first, then wipe or swab the body with cold water to avoid excessive contraction of peripheral blood vessels.

銆€銆€Heat exhaustion is just the opposite, caused by a large loss of water, a certain amount of sweat, but not enough water.

The patient may have wet skin, collapse, cold hands and feet, and the like.

銆€銆€Emergency Method 2: Patients with heat failure have low blood pressure. They should first move the patient to a cool place to lie down, raise the leg, lower the head and lower the feet, and let the blood return.

銆€銆€If the patient is conscious, drink more salty drinks, such as sports drinks, or add 1 teaspoon (1 gram) of salt to 1000cc of water.

In addition, fruits with high potassium content such as bananas can also help to replenish lost water and minerals.

銆€銆€Patients with heat exhaustion are allowed to have body temperature, so do not drink cold water.

In addition, if you suddenly encounter a patient with a coma, you can first press the patient’s middle part to make the patient awake.