Helping People Save Lives — Everyday!

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Here is a list with some of the medical emergencies to which we are able to attend:

Non Life-threatening

We will be able to provide first-aid for the following?non life-threatening?situations:

  • Bleeds (e.g. Nose)
  • Wounds (e.g. bruises, cuts, scrapes, etc.)
  • Burns (1st degree, sun, etc.)
  • Heat Exhaustion
  • Muscle strains
  • Ankle sprains, etc.
  • Eye injuries (i.e. dust, sand in the eye)
  • Fainting
  • Assisting w/ medications
  • Diabetes (assisting with medications or administering sugar)
  • Asthma assisting with puffers and aero chambers (asthmatics) and more

Life-threatening

We will be able to provide first-aid for the following life-threatening situations until EMS arrives:

  • Severe bleeds (e.g. nose)
  • Heat Stroke
  • Severe Allergies – Anaphylaxis (Epipen or Twinject Administration)
  • Shock (i.e. for any reason)
  • Unconsciousness (i.e. for any reason)
  • Artificial Respiration (AR) until EMS arrives
  • Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) until EMS arrives
  • Bone injuries (e.g. fractures) – Immobilize until EMS arrives
  • Head injuries – Immobilize until EMS arrives
  • Chest injuries (e.g. difficulty breathing will use Oxygen until EMS arrives)
  • Assisting with medications (e.g. nitroglycerine, etc.)
  • Diabetes (assisting with medications or administering sugar)
  • Asthma assisting with puffers and aero-chambers (severe asthmatics)
  • Convulsions (e.g. Epilepsy, head injuries, heat stroke, etc.) until EMS arrives
  • Burns (2nd, 3rd degree burns e.g. “road rash”) and more…

Canadian First-Aid Training Center

ADDRESS:

Unit B - 390 Provencher Blvd.
Winnipeg, MB R2H 0H1

PHONE: (204) 233-CFAT (2328)
FAX: (204) 415-1286

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