Severe pain, distortion, movement trouble, or with protruded fractured bone seen.
See a doctor quickly；bandage and fix the fracture before moving, if the fracture occurs on instep or neck, keep the affected person lying straightly and waiting for ambulance，covering the wound with dry gauze, keep her/ him warm, give no food including water.
Breathing difficulty, wheezing, chest constriction, and coughing.
If the patient has asthma history, apply bronchia dilator and take asthma medicine and oxygen as doctor’s instruction, and keep air fresh, if this doesn’t work well, send him to hospital immediate (emergency treatment)
Lose consciousness, breathing difficulty, weakness in face, four limbs or one side of the body, speaking difficulty or twitching.
It is very dangerous if a foreign body enters the airway, which may cause dramatic coughing, choking, face cyanosing or turning blue, or even stop breathing.
If the victim fails to eject the foreign body, perform procedures for clearing of foreign body in airway by following the steps for treatment of foreign body choking.
Different indications, some may be indicated with sore throat, bellyache, scorching mouth, vomit, and sleepiness.
do not perform lavage or induce vomiting unless instructed by the Poison Control Center or by a doctor.
Pain and bleeding of cut, red and swelling caused by contusion.
Raise the limps of the victim and wash the cut with clean water, and press the cut to stop bleeding; alleviate the swelling and pain of contusion with cold towel or iced bag, for open wound, a doctor is needed.
Lose consciousness and respiration, and heartbeat may stop.
IF the victim has pulse but no breathing, give him mouth-to-mouth artificial respiration; if he has no heartbeat, rescuer trained with CPR shall give him a CPR, do not move the victim’s head, neck and back unless it is necessary, Call 119 to send to victim to hospital.
Pale, cold, dizzy, shallow breathing, sweating and lose consciousness for a while.
Keep the patient lying on his back, with feet elevated higher than his body, loosen his clothes and cover his face with cold towel, notify a doctor if he faints again.
Red pain, medium degree burn may result in blisters, and serious burn may damage the tissue.
Continuous chest pain which often extends to left shoulder and left hand and result in breathing difficulty, with lips, skins, and fingers cyanosing and turning blue.
Call 119, keep the patient in the comfortable position of half-sitting and half-lying, if the victim has no breathing, give mouth-to-mouth artificial respiration to him; if he has no pulse, perform CPR on him, do not give any food by mouth.
Losing consciousness, paleness, cyanosing, and skin like erythema.
Cut off the power supply, separate the victim from the electric contact with dry stick or clothes, if the victim has neither breathing nor pulse, perform CPR on him if you have been trained for such rescue, call 119.
Headache, dizzy, pale, losing consciousness.
Open or break the window and door, move the victim to place with good ventilation, if the victim has no breathing, give mouth-to-mouth artificial respiration to him; if he has no pulse, perform CPR on him, keep his body warm and call 119.
Pale and cold, headache, weak and may vomit; for a sudden heatstroke, there may be red cheek, mental disorder and fever all over the body besides vomit.
Give cold pack and some drink with contents of salt such as sports drink, if the patient vomits or with cheek red or mental disorder, call 119.
Body temperature over 98.6℉(37℃)，with hot forehead.
Drink water as much, do not wear too much clothes; cover with cold towel; see a doctor if the body temperature exceeds 102℉(39℃) or stays on.
Pain or skin tickling, red and swelling, allergic, spotty and breathing difficulty.
Extract the sting if it is an insect sting, but never press it; cold pack is allowed; call 119 if the victim has shock or exanthema.
Bleeding from the nose.
Keep the patient leaning forward, pinch his nose to stop the bleeding, combined with cold pack on the nose and face of the patient, send him to hospital if this doesn’t work.
Red skin, then turning pale or grey yellow, with coldness, numbness and ache in the part of blister.
Do not rub the affected area but soak it in warm water of 40℃ to restore the temperature.
Pain in and left and lower belly, nausea, and may be with vomit, and fever.
See a doctor, do not eat anything, and use ice to cover the affected area to reduce the discomfort. uneasiness.
Pain, and may cause dizziness, or effusion from ear, or fever.
See a doctor, cold and hot pack can both reduce the pain.
There may be puncture, avulsion or laniarii on the skin.
Wash the bite with soapy water and clean water, then cover it with sterilizing gauze and bandage, if the dog conducted the bite is caught, check if it is infected with hydrophobia.