Q: What is the importance of knowledge of 'First Aid' in crisis management?
Ans: The knowledge of 'First Aid' is very important as it helps us to manage crisis by saving the lives of people.
Q: You should not keep checking if the bleeding has stopped. Why?
Ans: You should not check if the blood has stopped because it may damage the clot that has formed and blocked the blood flow.
Q: Why is it necessary to keep away soap from the wound?
Ans: It is necessary to keep away soap from the wound because it can cause irritation in the wound.
Q.3: How is an antibiotic cream or ointment good in healing the wound?
Ans: The use of antibiotic cream is good as it fastens the body's natural healing process.
Q.4: What should you do if you are allergic to adhesive material used in most bandages?
Ans: If you are allergic to adhesive material used in bandages, you should use adhesive-free dressings.
Q.5: When do you need to see a doctor?
Ans: You should see the doctor if the recovery is slow or if the wound is infected.
Q.6: What should our first aid kit consist of?
Ans: The first aid kit should contain a first aid Book, band-aids, plasters, elastic bandages, gauze, adhesive tape, antiseptic wipes, cotton wool, safety pin, tweezers, scissors, latex gloves, calamine lotion, analgesic tablets and clinical thermometer.