Emergency Response Guidelines First Aid
Report emergency situations to 119 first and do first aid until paramedics arrive.
1. Cool the burn with cold running water for 10 to 15 minutes.
2. Do not burst any blisters nor remove any material attached to the burn.
1. Move the patient to a cool place.
2. Lower the body temperature quickly using cold water, a wet towel, and a fan.
1. If any part of the stinger remains, scrape it out immediately with a credit card.
2. Wash the wound with soap and water; apply an ice or cold pack to reduce the severe pain.
※ Do not use tweezers to pull the stinger out.
1. For a snake bite, keep the wound below the heart.
2. Wash the wound with soap and water.
3. Within 15 minutes, loosely tie a cloth at least 2 cm wideto 10cm above the bitten area (close the heart).
1. Wash the bitten area with running water for 5 to 10 minutesif bleeding is not severe.
2. Do not rub the wound. Instead, let the blood flow a littleto remove bateria from the wound.
1. Stand behind the patient with your legs separated.
2. Perform abdominal thrusts with fists positioned in the middle of the patient's stomach and navel.
3. Repeat until the patient can speak or a foreign object is removed.
- Source: SAFEKOREA website